Blue Mound Mayor Alan Hooks told CBS 11, he has put Police Chief Randy Baker on paid administrative leave until July 2, when the city council will consider possible termination.

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Blue Mound Police Chief Randy Baker On Paid Administrative LeaveBlue Mound Mayor Alan Hooks told CBS 11, he has put Police Chief Randy Baker on paid administrative leave until July 2, when the city council will consider possible termination.
Republican Out In Full Force Fundraising For Campaign 2020Besides fundraising, Republicans are out talking to people, touting President Trump's accomplishments.
Public Safety A Top Priority For Dallas City HallThe good news for the city is that their next budget won't be impacted by the state property tax reform law -- requiring voter approval if the council increases property tax revenues more than three and a half percent.
New Mayor, Council Members Sworn In Shortly After ShootingEric Johnson received a standing ovation as he and his wife were introduced, along with the outgoing Mayor Mike Rawlings.
Eric Johnson Sworn In As New Mayor Of DallasEric Johnson Sworn In As New Mayor Of Dallas
Beto O’Rourke Explains Why He Isn’t Running For SenateTexas Democrat Beto O'Rourke was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night, talking politics of course.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders Leaving At End Of JunePresident Trump announced in a tweet that Sanders will be exiting the administration and encouraged her to run for governor in Arkansas.
Trade Deal Signed With Mexico Avoids Tariffs Trump Says On TwitterThe announcement avoids what economists and Republicans feared would be damaging to the U.S. economy.
Scott Griggs And Eric Johnson In Runoff Battle As Dallas Picks New Mayor SaturdayDallas City Council Member Scott Griggs and State Representative Eric Johnson say they're not leaving anything to chance as they motivate supporters to vote on runoff election day.

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News Conference: Texas Governor Abbott Signs Rape Kit Backlog Bill In DallasGov. Greg Abbott has signed a bill aimed at eliminating the backlog of thousands of untested rape kits in Texas.
Governor Greg Abbott Reacts To Dallas Murder Spike, Offers DPS Help"I will make the resources of the state of Texas and the Texas Department of Public Safety available to Dallas to ensure that they have every resource and tool they need to address this challenge and quell any increase in murders in Dallas," the Governor said.
Fort Worth Teacher Faces Could Be Fired Tuesday After Alleged Illegal Immigration Twitter RantA Fort Worth ISD teacher accused of a Twitter rant against illegal immigration will find out Tuesday if she will keep her job.
2020 Texas Senate Race Already In FocusCBS 11 interviewed Republican Sen. John Cornyn and Democratic candidate MJ Hegar.
Reaction To Tariffs On Mexico Mixed In North TexasSome business groups, including the Dallas Regional Chamber and the Texas Association of Business aren't happy because Texas is the largest exporting state -- especially to Mexico.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz Agrees With Democratic NY Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez On Lobbying BillTexas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are typically polar opposites when it comes to policy, but right now, they agree on something.
President Trump To Impose New Tariffs On Mexican Goods Because Of Migrant CrisisThe president said the tariffs would be lifted "if the illegal migration crisis is alleviated through effective actions taken by Mexico," which will "be determined in our sole discretion and judgment."
Democratic Presidential Candidate Beto O'Rourke In DallasIn Dallas, Democratic Presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke met with immigration attorneys, dreamers, and other community members to highlight his new immigration reform plan.
Joe Biden Campaigns In Dallas WednesdayBiden addressed about 150 people, including 100 students, many of them in the Dallas Mayor’s Internship Fellows Program.
Former Fort Worth Council District 8 Candidate To Contest ElectionChris Nettles says he believes there was voter fraud and as a result wants absentee ballots tossed aside and a runoff election.
1 Year Since Mass School Shooting In Santa FeA year after one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history at Santa Fe High School, Texas lawmakers are on the brink of going home without passing any new gun restrictions.
House Speaker Bonnen: 'There's No Excuse' For Texas Legislature To Miss DeadlineThis week, the Texas Comptroller announced the state will have an extra $518 million dollars in revenue.
Fort Worth Mayor Credits Exercise For Part Of Her SuccessFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has a game plan for handling the demands of the job. When she's out of the office, she's not a couch potato at home, she's a woman on the move.
Mayor Rawlings, 7 Council Members Support State Representative Eric JohnsonDallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and seven council members are backing state representative Eric Johnson over fellow council member Scott Griggs to become next mayor.
Candidates In Runoff For Dallas Mayor DebateState Rep. Eric Johnson and Councilman Scott Griggs laid out their visions for the city of Dallas.
Effort To Regulate Texas Roofers Dies In State HouseThe latest effort to regulate roofers in Texas has died at the state house. The legislation would have required roofing contractors to register with the state by providing their name, address and a $250 registration fee.
Interim CEO Takes Reins At VisitDallasOne time Dallas mayoral candidate Sam Coats is stepping in as interim CEO for VisitDallas.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings Reflects On His ServiceMayor Rawlings said he’s not ready to announce whether he’ll endorse either Scott Griggs or Eric Johnson to succeed him.
Meet New DISD Board Trustee Maxie JohnsonFrom the protest line to the newly elected school board seat. In Dallas, there’s a new voice on the school board.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings Weighs In On Mayoral Runoff ElectionDallas's longest-serving mayor is term-limited out. He talks about the two candidates in the runoff election.

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