Patrick MichelsCouncil member Tennell Atkins, who honored an old friend at yesterday's council briefingThe pre-lunch portion of yesterday morning's Dallas City Council briefing offered up at least one heartwarming, non-yawn-inducing moment as one of Dallas's homeless was recognized, if at lea ... More >>
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