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2 hrs ago | D Magazine
I cannot support the proposed demolition of I-345 knowing that we will be adding yet another item to the long list of grievances southern Dallas residents have to justify their argument that this city only cares about big projects when they benefit the north.
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3 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
Dallas says it will hold a briefing Monday "to outline the operation of gates at Dallas Love Field," though Virgin America has all but claimed it would get the two available gates.
5 hrs ago | D Magazine
Those of you with a vested interest in all things downtown have quite a dilemma this evening.
9 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
A former Dallas police officer was indicted Thursday by a Dallas County grand jury on an aggravated assault charge after she was involved in a controversial shooting of an unarmed man in a stolen car late last year, a source tells The Dallas Morning News.
12 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
Tech accelerator VentureSpur has spun off into two independent entities with one based in Oklahoma City and the other based in Dallas.
17 hrs ago | D Magazine
As Zac will attest, I like to point out when vegetarian options exist. So here's one: Nikki Koenig, a local lady, is a finalist in PETA's annual Sexiest Vegan Next Door contest.
Chief David Brown has called sexual assaults the most underreported crime, and the department has long pushed to get victims to come forward.
Dallas police are asking for the public's help in locating a critically missing man who was last seen Wednesday in Red Bird.
A North Texas school district is facing a federal investigation and a payout of more than $500,000 to reimburse international teachers after their recruitment violated regulations.
He watched former council member Dave Neumann step out of a car parked in a suspiciously good spot downtown.
Dallas Police responded to a call early Wednesday morning about a stabbing on Hamilton Avenue, a few blocks south of Fair Park. When they arrived, they found a woman dead.
Dallas police say they are searching for more information after finding the body of a man shot multiple times in a North Dallas street.
The best part of Scott Goldstein's Dallas Morning News piece about the Charter Review Commission's proposal to hike Dallas City Council salaries by 20 percent, to $49,530, comes at the very end: "Fifty-thousand dollars a year, that's not bad," said [former City Attorney Tom] Perkins, whose city salary was $258,343 when he retired last year.
Sen. John Cornyn on Tuesday embraced rape survivor Lavinia Masters, who discussed the attack she suffered at her West Dallas home at age 13. Sen. John Cornyn called Tuesday for Congress to renew a federal program that gives grant money to local law enforcement agencies to help battle a backlog of untested rape kit examinations.
Crime scene investigators processed a car after the armed driver was shot and killed by police Monday.
For all the roiling arguments surrounding Dallas ISD -- over governance and closing achievement gaps and teacher pay and whatever else two adults might possibly disagree on -- there's one topic over which there is little debate: Dallas ISD does magnet schools right.
School officials discovered spray-painted profanity on the outside walls of Sarah Zumwalt Middle School in south Dallas recently.