It took a house burning to the ground and a woman being murdered, plus an additional six months, but Dallas police have finally acknowledged just how abysmally run its 911 call center was. Deputy Chief Scott Walton said as much today during a briefing before the City Council's Public Safety Committ ... More >>
The end of 2012 is quickly approaching, and in honor of Dallas' eventful year we're asking all of our readers (who have smartphones) to send us their Instagrams. Send Instagram photos of your favorite events, places, people, restaurants, chefs, cocktails, art exhibits, animals and basically anythi ... More >>
Wait a minute. The Dallas Morning News today publishes a story in which the top cop in the local transit agency gets away with blaming the economy and too much bling for a sharp increase in robberies and other crimes on the light rail system. Did anybody think to point out to DART police Chi ... More >>
After a year away from music, Mrs. Sean Carter is now looking to get back on the spotlight. Tracks from the 2008 release I Am... Sasha Fierce endured for a while. With "Video Phone," she pushed the gadget industry to include video phone functionality, which the iPhone eventually did. "Single La ... More >>
Now that he has some time on his hands, Herbert Lee Madison has a few lessons to consider
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City Hall's top brass use taxpayer-provided mobile phones to call sweethearts, power brokers, and Pizza Hut.