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Suspects In 4 Overnight 7-Eleven Robberies Caught In ArlingtonPolice said in each of the robberies, two suspects wearing masks and hooded shirts demanded cash and took property. One of the suspects was armed.
Consumer Justice Helps Students Affected By Sudden Driving School Closures When two North Texas driving schools closed down without notice, leaving dozens of teenagers stranded, parents called for Consumer Justice.
Dallas Lawmaker Wants Attacks On Police Classified 'Hate Crimes'Republican State Rep. Jason Villalba is trying to pass HB 429 into law. The bill would elevate the charge a suspect is facing by one level.
Officers Save Man From Burning Car In Flower MoundTwo police officers with the Flower Mound Police Department are credited with pulling a driver out of a burning car last Thursday near Heather Glenn Drive.
4-Alarm Fire Damages 3 Biz, 2 Dozen Cars In Balch SpringsIt happened at 2841 S. Belt Line Road. Dallas Fire-Rescue sent units to help Balch Springs fight the fire.
Transgender Wrestler Advances To State Championship Semi-FinalsA North Texas wrestler is breaking barriers but not without controversy. Born a girl, Mack Beggs won his quarterfinal match in the state championship Friday.
The Ones To Know: Ann WilliamsFor decades, Ann Williams led a modern dance academy for minority children in the quest to expose them to dance as an art form.
New Grassroots Democratic Groups Strive For Tea Party SuccessSome North Texas Democrats say they're inspired by President Donald Trump to fight back.
CDC Report: Heroin Epidemic Back With A VengeanceA new report from the Centers for Disease Control says deaths from heroin overdoses nationwide have more than tripled in the past five years.
Judge Sentences High School Football Player In Assault CaseA judge has sentenced a high school football player from Keller to three years of probation and 300 hours of community service after prosecutors said he took part in a brutal locker room assault.
Dog That Survived Heroin Ingestion Ready For AdoptionA Carrollton dog that barely survived ingesting heroin, is ready for adoption.
DHS Intel Report Disputes Threat Posed By Travel Ban NationsAnalysts at the Homeland Security Department's intelligence arm found insufficient evidence that citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries included in President Donald Trump's travel ban pose a terror threat to the United States.

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