The city requires developments provide parking spots based on ratios created in the 1960s. It has been researching what will happen if that changes. How far will Dallas go?
That and other takeaways from Downtown Dallas Inc.’s annual luncheon.
COVID-19 restrictions mean that the count will be left to the professionals and happen over two weeks in Dallas and Collin counties.
The SharedAirDFW Network started small, but it's giving us a look at how much particulate matter pollution is in the air in a few targeted neighborhoods.
What does it all mean?
Unsheltered homeless in the city of Dallas have ballooned by more than 200 percent in the past 15 years. Understanding how to help them begins with the count.
The Fannie C. Harris Youth Center, a collaboration between DISD and others, will provide some housing for the district's homeless students.
...and other findings from the city's newest fair housing study.
It's time to expect a lot more 90-degree days in our future.