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Consumer Justice: Holiday Season Shopping PloysThe National Retail Federation says 135 million people are likely to shop Thursday through Saturday.
Would-Be Traffic Stop Ends In Fiery Crash In ArlingtonInstead of stopping, officers say the man accelerated and swerved onto the shoulder, hitting an unoccupied, parked SUV.
Plano Man Attacked By Grizzly Shares Thanksgiving StoryGreg Matthews came face to face with a grizzly bear while hunting moose in Alaska.
New Super PAC Formed For Perry For PresidentGroup wants to get Perry on the ballot in Southern states that have primaries in March...like Texas, Alabama and Georgia.
Man Killed By Hit-&-Run Driver In ArlingtonArlington Police say they got a tip Thursday afternoon that led them to identify a possible driver & car in deadly hit & run from Wednesday night. No arrest yet.
Elderly Couple Injured In Fort Worth House FireA house fire in southeast Fort Worth on Thursday morning sent two elderly people, one male and one female, to separate hospitals. The woman broke a window to escape with less severe injuries.
Ditching Kitchens For Restaurants On ThanksgivingEven people who cannot cook still want a delicious dinner on Thanksgiving. That's why millions of Americans are expected to ditch their own kitchens on Thursday for seats at restaurants.
Meals On Wheels Prepares Thanksgiving DeliveriesThousands of seniors in North Texas will get a hot turkey dinner and a visit from a friendly face this Thanksgiving. Meals on Wheels volunteers will deliver 4,300 dinners across Dallas County.
Ugly Sweater Shop Revels In Holiday LimelightIt's time to look to the necessities of the season -- shopping, sending out greeting cards and picking the perfect ugly sweater. The Ugly Christmas Sweater Shop in Dallas does cater to a niche clientele.
Refugees Celebrate Thanksgiving Together In DallasMore than 200 people who fled to the United States from war and oppression in their home countries, including a family from Syria, will be spending the Thanksgiving holiday together in east Dallas.
Obama Administration Says States Can't Block RefugeesAmid a growing political controversy, the Obama administration on Wednesday reminded state officials across the country that states do not have legal authority to refuse to accept Syrian refugees.
Red Oak Fire Department Sets Up Fund For Deceased Teacher's FamilyA beloved teacher's death has impacted more than just those who knew her.
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