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Man Charged With Murder After Stabbing At Job Placement CenterDetectives believe Harry Anderson began arguing with the victims and retrieved a knife.
Mumps Immunizations Required For Returning Cleburne StudentsParents in Cleburne are being told their children must be immunized for mumps before they can return to school.
Children's Parade Canceled; Hotel & Guests Find Silver Lining For the second time in four years, the Children’s Medical Center Parade scheduled for Saturday has been canceled.
Snapchat Allegedly Leads To Beer Pong And Student/Teacher SexA new algebra teacher at Plano Senior High School was arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old student.
Judge Rules Against Police & Fire Pension InjunctionChanges to the pension can move ahead, if the board so chooses.
Trader Joe’s Hummus Recalled For Possible Listeria ContaminationTrader Joe’s has announced a recall of two of its hummus flavors that may be contaminated with listeria. The affected flavors are Mediterranean and White Bean & Basil.
Interim DPD Chief Fires Officer And Employee During HearingA Dallas Police Department employee and officer were fired Friday morning or their own arrests.
Frisco PD Mourns Passing Of Police CadetFrisco Police said he had been hospitalized on November 16 after suffering from a medical emergency while completing the final physical training at the police academy.
Ex-Austin Officer Who Fatally Shot Teen Reaches SettlementA former Austin police officer will receive a payout from the city as part of a settlement stemming from the officer's fatal shooting of an unarmed, naked teenager early this year.
Weekend Christmas Events Across North TexasNorth Texas is expecting rain and chilly temperatures through the weekend. If you are planning to attend one of the area’s outdoor activities, you might want to check that event’s website before you leave the house.
Ruling Expected In Lawsuit Challenging Dallas Pension VoteOfficials at the Dallas Police and Fire Pension system say the ailing fund is losing $3.3 million in savings from proposed plan amendments every month a vote on those changes is delayed.
Life In Prison For Mexican Man Who Shot North Texas Lawyer DeadA Mexican man must serve life in a U.S. prison for stalking and helping arrange the 2013 North Texas slaying of a lawyer who'd been the acting head of a Mexican drug cartel.

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