The city of Dallas has a backlog of building permits so bad that it is considering hiring outside help to get the problem under control.
COVID-19 vaccine distribution has been, at times, a point of contention between Dallas, Dallas County and state.
The Dallas Mavericks are not shying away from tough conversations about race and a part of that is who will and will not get a vaccine against the coronavirus.
Several city council members said there is confusion about the city's role in registering and administering COVID-19 vaccines.
Fauci repeatedly reinforced that no shortcuts were taken in developing the COVID-19 vaccines and that safety and effectiveness is determined by independent scientists before FDA grants approval.
Dallas and Tarrant counties have now both reported more than 2,000 COVID-19 deaths since the start of the pandemic.
A FedEx truck driver is dead after losing control on a Dallas highway early Saturday morning.
Dallas County is reporting its deadliest week from the coronavirus.
An 18-year-old has been taken into custody after police said he killed a man in a Dallas apartment early Saturday morning.
Dallas police have arrested a 20-year-old accused of killing a 15-year-old in the parking lot of a Family Dollar.
Clay Jenkins said county commissioners will vote on an emergency contract next week to hire a vendor to develop a QR code system, which he said will ensure ones registering for a vaccination are the ones actually getting it.
Hundreds of people lined up in Oak Cliff Friday to register for an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The widow of legendary Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry has passed away.
The city of Dallas is getting its own allocation of COVID-19 vaccine shots to begin inoculating residents at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center next week.
In this week’s Trackdown, Dallas police have asked FOX 4’s Shaun Rabb and the public to help find the man who brutally beat a homeless man to death.
Members of the Dallas City Council want to know whether it’s legal to ban short-term rentals in some neighborhoods.
A former ADT employee from North Texas has pleaded guilty to logging in to more than 200 customers' accounts and watching video of them in their homes for his own sexual gratification.
Officers found the victim slumped inside an SUV that had run into a light pole near Illinois and South Ewing avenues.
Officials say some residents don’t have access to the internet, a cell phone, an email address or reliable transportation -- so registering for the vaccine, much less getting it, is nearly impossible.
Nearly 200 people were evacuated from their homes Wednesday because of a gas leak in Old East Dallas.