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New SAT Exam Taken By Nearly 1.4 M Students, No Scores YetHigh school students don't appear to have been scared off by the newly redesigned SAT college entrance exam.
Democrats Press Talks As Showdown Vote Looms On Funding BillDemocrats are pushing to reopen talks on must-do legislation to prevent the government from shutting down this weekend, fight the Zika virus and help flood-ravaged Louisiana rebuild.
Houston Gunman Had 2 Weapons, Thousands Of Rounds At SceneA disgruntled lawyer wearing military-style apparel with old Nazi emblems had two weapons and more than 2,500 rounds of live ammunition when he randomly shot at drivers in Houston.
D.C. Appeals Court Set To Hear Clean Power Plan CaseThe U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is scheduled to hear oral arguments on the Clean Power Plan, which aims to slow climate change by reducing power-plant emissions by one-third.
Voters Weigh In On Social Media Following Presidential DebateVoters had plenty to say on social media about last night's debate between Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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Dallas Student Wins Scholar Athlete AwardSsisly Garcia received a $1,000 scholarship from McDonald's for her achievements in the classroom and on the volleyball court. But the prize may be even more meaningful to the Dallas teen's parents.
Cowboys OL La'el Collins Headed To IR With Toe InjuryDallas left guard La'el Collins will be placed on injured reserve with a possible return late in the season because of a right toe injury, a person with knowledge of the injury said Monday.
Conor McGregor To Fight Alvarez In UFC's New York Debut Nov. 12Conor McGregor will fight for Eddie Alvarez's lightweight title in the UFC's debut in NYC.
Rangers Lose To Brewers, 8-3, Lose Ground For AL Home FieldThe loss dropped Texas one-half game behind the Boston Red Sox in the race for the league's best record. The Cleveland Indians pulled within one-half game of the Rangers.
Cowboys La'el Collins Out; Toe/Foot Injury Could Mean SurgeryLeft guard starter La’el Collins — the prized youngster who was given Leary’s old job last year — left Sunday's game with what apparently is a torn ligament in his toe/foot that could sideline him for eight weeks and require surgery.

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Dallas Student Wins Scholar Athlete AwardSsisly Garcia received a $1,000 scholarship from McDonald's, but the prize may be even more meaningful to the teen's parents.
Weather Forecast With Jeff JamisonThere is no more rain expected in the Metroplex on Tuesday, but a cold front later this week will drop temperatures and create almost perfect weather.
Plano Football Coaches Apologize For Dirty HitPlano football coaches apologize for a hit made by one of their planers that is illegal at all levels of football.

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Taste Test: $4 Burger Vs. $777 BurgerWould you spent almost $800 for a hamburger? How could it compare to a burger that costs $18 at a Gordon Ramsey restaurant? Or just a regular $4 burger.
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New Restaurant Offers State Fair Food All Year LongThe State Fair of Texas isn't open all year long, but you can now experience fair food any time that you want. There is a new fair-themed restaurant located inside of the Walmart store in Plano.
Best Celebrity Biographies & Memoirs For The FallWhether you're a fan of Amy Schumer, Anna Kendrick, Bruce Springsteen or Taylor Swift, there is a book for you among this star-studded lineup of biographies and memoirs going on sale this fall.
5 Foods To Cook Over Your Backyard CampfireOnce you get your fire safely built, get the most out of your backyard campfire. Here are some ideas to help spark your culinary creativity before the summer officially comes to an end.
Best Oldies Music Bars In DFWTired of the overkill of the Billboard top music, played over and over and over again? Want to get back to the good music of yesterday? Several area bars and clubs still play the oldies but goodies.
Best Spicy Food Restaurants In DFWSpicy food comes in a lot of varieties. You would expect to see a lot of Mexican places in Dallas, and there are. But there are plenty of Oriental restaurants and classic American places that can turn on the fire in your mouth.
Forget Canning: Pickle Your Fruits & VegetablesDon't waste that summer produce. Pickle your fruits and vegetables this year. Pickling involves using vinegar to preserve and flavor your food. It also uses herbs, meaning you can play around with the flavors.
Ask A DFW Expert: Preparing For Fall FashionLucinda Hanes has always dreamed of owning her own business. She made that dream a reality when she opened Lou Lou in Dallas. Now, she helps us get you prepared for fall by sharing the trends that we will all see this season.

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