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Top 5 Things You're Paying Too Much ForRegardless of how much you make, overpaying can be a costly habit.
Deep Ellum's Violent Crime Spike Has People On EdgeRobberies, thefts and most recently a sexual assault in Deep Ellum has business owners, patrons and residents on edge in the area.
Tyson Recalls 65 Tons Of Chicken NuggetsHungry Tyson’s Chicken customers may have bitten off more than they could chew this summer since nearly 133,000 pounds of fully cooked chicken nuggets may have contained hard plastic.
Man Tries To Record Police Brutality, Helps Officer InsteadA man who thought he was recording police brutality ended up running to help an officer struggling with a suspect in Plano.
Authorities Arrest Cedar Hill Murder Suspect Near AustinU.S. Marshals confirm Silvestre Franco-Luviano has been taken into custody in Georgetown, according to KEYE-TV in Austin.
Non-Profit Launches High-End Jewelry Brand At Neiman MarcusA high-end jewelry line sold at Neiman Marcus is empowering Dallas women through work.
Houston Attorney Who Opened Fire On Strangers Had North Texas TiesDallas Attorney Michael Lowe once worked with Nathan Desai at the Dallas County District Attorney’s office. But, that was before he was known as “Nathan.”
Gas Line Leak Ignites In Arlington; Two Worker BurnedTwo men working in a trench were burned by a fire from a gas line leak, but they were treated at the scene and did not have to go to the hospital according to the Arlington Fire Department.
Plano Couple Sued Over Yelp Review Now Seeking Six FiguresMichelle and Robert Duchouquette are asking the judge to award more than $178,000 in legal fees and an additional $200,000 to deter future lawsuits.
Pope Francis Taps Dallas Native To Lead Lubbock DiocesePope Francis has named Reverend Monsignor Robert Coerver of St. Rita Catholic Church in Dallas as the new Bishop of Lubbock.
Judge To Decide Sentence For Christina Morris KidnapperThe punishment for Enrique Arochi will not be decided by a jury. The convicted kidnapper on Tuesday morning waived his right to a jury sentencing, leaving his fate in the hands of the judge.
Fort Worth Officer Injured In Line Of Duty Receives GrantNorth Texas Community Foundation issued a grant to one of the Fort Worth officers injured in the line of duty. Officer Xavier Serrano will receive assistance thanks to the Fleetwood Memorial Foundation Fund.

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