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Arlington Considers Joining Dallas In Lawsuit Against SB4Arlington is considering joining the lawsuit against Senate Bill 4, the controversial law that bans sanctuary cities and allows police to ask some people about their immigration status.
Arrival Of Reptiles Could Advance Research In North TexasThe collection at UT Arlington- now more than 200,000 specimens strong - is mainly used by graduate students, but any student can use them for research or projects.
Former Fort Worth Drama Teacher Sentenced On Child Porn ChargeA 25-year-old man who taught at Southwest High School in Fort Worth was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison on a federal child pornography charge.
Man Indicted For 2nd Capital Murder In North TexasA Dallas County Grand Jury indicted Reginald Kimbro for the April 15 capital murder of Megan Getrum, 36.
Search For Man Accused Of Shooting Cedar Hill JoggerSurveillance video caught the man police believe shot a jogger early Tuesday morning in Cedar Hill.
Fire From Burning SUV Spreads To Dallas Apartment BuildingA fire broke out at the McCallum Meadow Apartments in the 7700 block of McCallum Blvd. on Tuesday around 2:00 p.m.
Adult Flu Vaccines Now Available In Dallas CountyDCHHS is offering the shots $20 and if the adult is covered by Medicare, the vaccine is free. DCHHS is awaiting shipment of the children’s flu vaccine.
Drawing Nears For $700 Million Powerball JackpotThe estimated jackpot for Wednesday night's Powerball lottery has climbed to $700 million, making it the second-largest in U.S. history. But that refers to the annuity option, doled out in 30 payments over 29 years.
Mother Challenges Joshua ISD Dress Code As Boy Grows Hair for Cancer PatientsA North Texas mother is challenging her son's school district for his right to grow his hair long for cancer patients.
Civil War Lessons Often Depend On School's LocationThe Civil War lessons taught to American students often depend on where the classroom is, with schools presenting accounts of the conflict that vary from state to state and even district to district.
Shipping Container Office Park Starts To Take ShapeA one-of-a-kind office park in Fort Worth is starting to take shape. Box Office Warehouse Suites is made entirely of shipping containers, and the brightly-colored offices started going in last month.
Engineers Being Sent Into Haltom City SinkholeA busy road in Haltom City remains shut down on Tuesday after a sinkhole opened up over the weekend. It happened on Sunday and it may still be a while before cars are able to get through.

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