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UNT Professor To Speak At White House FridayUniversity of North Texas psychology professor Yolanda Flores Niemann has been invited by the White House to take part in the summit, Fulfilling America’s Future: Latinas in the U.S.
No Joke: Mississippi County Bans Clowns 'Til After HalloweenA Mississippi county has had enough of the creepy clown craze, at least until after Halloween.
Palo Pinto County Sheriff Indicted For Alleged Misuse Of Tape RecorderPalo Pinto County Sheriff Ira Mercer was indicted for two counts of unlawful interception of oral communication, according to the Attorney General's office.
Texas Live! Construction In Arlington Starts Next WeekConstruction for the first phase of Texas Live! starts the week of October 24 in between Globe Life Park and AT&T Stadium.
Judge Refuses To Remove Prosecutor In Waco Biker ShootingsA judge has refused to disqualify a Central Texas district attorney who's prosecuting more than 150 bikers indicted in last year's deadly gun battle at a Waco restaurant.
Emergency Crews Save A Pair Of Pets From An Apartment FireArlington Fire Department Lieutenant David Taylor says firefighters found the animals unresponsive.
Thieves Take Selfies With Stolen Phones; Photos Automatically Sent To Victim's ComputerArlington Police have released photos of two suspects wanted for taking three cell phones out of a victim's car.
Retail Gas Prices Up A Penny Across TexasRetail gasoline prices across Texas are up a penny this week to reach an average $2.04 per gallon. AAA Texas on Thursday said that the average nationwide gasoline price settled at $2.23 per gallon.
Search Continues For Escaped Dallas County InmateAuthorities are still searching for 24-year-old Edgar Jaquez-Moreno, a Dallas County inmate who managed to escape from jail on Wednesday night. All of his offenses have been non-violent.
American Airlines Q3 Profit Falls On Lower RevenueMore empty seats and higher labor costs are cutting into profits at American Airlines. The carrier said Thursday that earnings fell 56 percent and would have dropped even more if it weren't for continuing low fuel prices.
Missing Lane Stripes Could Put Dallas Drivers At RiskIf you drive along Gaston Avenue in east Dallas, you will likely notice something missing from the roadway, and it could be putting people at risk. Area streets were repaved a few weeks ago, but still do not have lane stripes.
Historic McKinney Mixing Old With NewThe mixed-use development will bring more people to live and work in downtown McKinney.

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