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The Trinity River is a relatively narrow, usually calm waterway that meanders past the western edge of downtown. It wasn’t a particularly popular recreation spot when Angela Hunt biked there one evening more than a decade ago.

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Does it matter if there are fewer women elected to the Dallas City Council?  Two veteran councilwomen say it “may” in some ways.  Tomorrow’s council elections will end a female council majority.

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It’s the end of an era in Dallas City Council District 14.  The outspoken Angela Hunt is stepping down because of term limits and seven candidates are lined up to take her place.  It’ll be a big job for the newcomer chosen to represent a diverse and demanding district. So, what do constituents want?

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Seven candidates are vying to replace Angela Hunt to represent a diverse district that includes portions of downtown and the arts district; lower Greenville Avenue;  Cedar Springs and East Dallas.   Here's what they had to say on taxes, gas drilling, the Trinity River Tollway, arts funding and more.

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Dallas wants to create more than a thousand miles of bike lanes citywide in the next 10 years.

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One Dallas City Council member is calling for an independent investigation of the city manager’s handling of a 2008 gas drilling lease.  But a majority of the council is strongly in Mary Suhm’s corner.

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The proposed Dallas bike lane ordinance may need more than some air in its tires to coast to a favorable vote at City Hall.