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Community Donating For Families Affected By FireDonations can be dropped off at the Sierra Vista Apartments office, 2775 Northaven Road, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The phone number is: (972) 247-4914.
'Unbranded': A Downtown Dallas Popup Looking To Make A Mark On Holiday SeasonImagination, innovation and that ‘why-don’t-we’ entrepreneurial drive have turned empty office space in downtown Dallas into something special.
Mother Fights Breast Cancer While PregnantThis Thanksgiving holiday one local mother and elementary school teacher says she has plenty to be thankful for after battling breast cancer while pregnant.
Family Of Man Who Died In Arlington Jail Reacts To VideoJonathan Paul's family says they're disappointed the guards indicted in weren't charged with murder.
Bishop Lynch High Donates Nearly 7,000 Pounds Of Food To Catholic Charities Of DallasEach November as the spirit of Thanksgiving approaches, the Friar family is asked to remember those less fortunate not only through prayers, but through service.
Video: Police Follow Pig On The Loose In Texas NeighborhoodPolice in the Austin area can really say they bring home the bacon. And they have the video of a pig pursuit, to prove it.
Cleburne Police Officer Arrested For DWIGrandview Police arrested Cpl. Brandon Arriola on Monday.
Rabies Confirmed In Dead Skunk In BedfordA dead, rabid skunk may have had contact with a resident’s dog in the area of Cedar Grove Lane according to the City of Bedford.
Ahmed Mohamed Happy In Qatar"It's like how you expect it when you move to a new country and you meet new people," Ahmed told CBS 11 over FaceTime.
Texas Teacher's Aide Accused Of Hitting Student With BatA 61-year-old Central Texas junior high teacher's aide is jailed on an aggravated-assault charge accused of hitting a student with a small bat.
Doctors: High Cost Of Drugs Out Of ControlThe price of medicine is out of control and according to many doctors and pharmacists, it may take an act of congress to rein in the prices.
Amber Alert Cancelled Due To Lack Of InformationLulamae Ann King, 5 and Deondre King, 6, have not been found.
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