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Will Dallas Also Name a Street After Santos Rodriguez?
By Jacob Vaughn
Dallas Cred Wants to Help the City Heal
Dallas Is Prosecuting Fewer People for Weed Offenses
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Wants to Beef Up the Police. Critics Say It's 'Propaganda.'
By Steven Monacelli
Dallas Cred Wants to Interrupt Violent Crime Before It Ever Happens
Trouble in Dallas: The 911 Call Center Still Facing a Staff Shortage
The City Wants a Quieter Deep Ellum, but Local Businesses Are Pushing Back
By Jacob Vaughn and Alex Gonzalez
Sanitation Spat: With Trash Piling Up, Workers Point the Finger at City of Dallas
New Police Chief Eddie Garcia Wants to Spark Change in Dallas
Communities in Dallas Formed a Coalition for Neighborhood Self-Determination
Belo Garden Will Be Renamed, but Dallas Is Still Full of Confederate Iconography
It's Pride Month in Rowlett, but Opponents Are Still Trying to 'Hamstring' City Council
Dallas Juneteenth Organizers Say Parade Here 'For a Very Long Time'
What’s Really Going On With Rental Scooters in Dallas?
Did the FBI Meddle in Dallas Politics to Catch Corrupt Politicians?
Dallas Expanded a Rapid Mental Health Dispatch Program, but Some Want Longer Hours
Rowlett's Pride Month Meets Resistance From Locals and City Officials
Dallas Animal Services Doesn’t Cry Wolf. When They Ask for Help, They Need It.
Dallas Bought One of the Shingle Mountain Properties. The Second's Fate Is Still Unclear.
Dallas Mayoral and Police Association Endorsements Failed This City Council Election
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