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Michael Ainsworth/Staff Photographer Dallas police Senior Cpl...Robert Hinojo (background) trailed Mayor Mike Rawlings on Sunday at the U.S...Published: 22 June 2014 11:25 PM Updated: 22 June 2014 11:37 PM Seventeen years into his career as a Dallas
13 June 2014 11:37 PM The bruising response to Dallas City Council pay raise efforts in past decades does not mean the latest attempt for a hefty increase is doomed, political strategists and supporters of the plan say.
Matrice Ellis-Kirk established herself long ago as a business leader and as an avid supporter of the arts...On Tuesday, the board of directors of the AT&T Performing Arts Center announced that she is its chairwoman, after a unanimous vote Monday...
18 March 2014 11:02 PM We do need to talk about the state of our public schools in Dallas...The school bells are beckoning students to class each morning...Yet this push to turn the Dallas ISD into a home-rule district has unwittingly turned much of
Add nuclear pitchman to the resume of Ron Kirk, the former Dallas mayor and U.S. trade ambassador. On Thursday, he signed on as co-chair of Clean and Safe Energy Coalition, which promotes nuclear energy. It is safe, it is reliable, and provides
Steven Senne/The Associated Press Ron Kirk, hitting the golf course with President Barack Obama in August at Martha's Vineyard, left his position as U.S. trade representative last year...Published: 04 January 2014 11:13 PM Updated: 04 January 2014 11:
Lara Solt/Staff Photographer Mayor Mike Rawlings is depending on former city manager Mary Suhm to help make the U.S. Conference of Mayors convention a success in Dallas next year. Since she retired, Suhm has finished up the budget for the current
Posters like this one are hanging throughout Dallas City Hall (and maybe even in one reporter's office). Former Dallas city manager Mary Suhm officially retired in July, but she still has not left the building at 1500 Marilla Street. In fact, Suhm is
Ron Kirk, the former Dallas mayor and the nation's top trade rep during President Barack Obama's first term, said Monday that his success in the Cabinet-level post he had for four years was due entirely to his relationship with the president. In fact,
Senate approved legislation that would protect gay, lesbian and transgender employees from discrimination in the workplace...Ten Republicans joined 52 Democrats and two Independents in supporting the bill...John McCain and Jeff Flake became the