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Traffic Signs Hacked At Construction Site In DallasThe construction site on I-30 and Cockrell Hill in Dallas has been targeted by digital sign hackers.
Man Admits In Texas To Running Deadly Smuggling OperationFederal prosecutors say a man who was illegally in Houston has pleaded guilty to engaging in a conspiracy transport people in the U.S. illegally, resulting in deaths and kidnapping.
Affidavit: Man Accused Of Killing Girlfriend Describes Botched Double SuicideNew information about a murder in Plano that played out with images posted to Facebook gives the accused killer's side of the story.
15 Arlington Police Placed On Leave Over Accuracy Of Reporting Traffic StopsThe Arlington Police Department has placed fifteen officers on leave while an investigation is underway over accuracy in the reporting of traffic stops.
Boy Hurt In Dallas Dog AttackA young boy is recovering after being attacked by a loose dog in east Dallas.
Officials Locate Missing Boy's Body In Brazos RiverOfficials have confirmed that the body of a missing 10-year-old boy was recovered from the Brazos River on Tuesday morning. The child fell into the water while fishing with some friends on Saturday.
US Home Prices Rise In March As Spring Buying Season BeginsU.S. home prices kept climbing in March as the spring home buying season began, but so far the higher costs haven't thwarted sales.
FWISD Talks Transgender Rules As State Works On PolicyTexas leaders on Tuesday are set to take the next step in clarifying the state's bathroom policy. Meanwhile, the Fort Worth ISD will begin holding a series of community forums to discuss the the bathroom battle.
Nacogdoches Crash Kills Three College Students, 2 From North TexasA fiery crash in Nacogdoches has killed three Stephen F. Austin students, two of them were from North Texas.
Frisco ISD Board To Vote On Pursuing Property Tax IncreaseProperty taxes could be going up in Frisco as the Frisco ISD school board prepares to vote Tuesday night on whether to pursue the increase.
Police Investigate Deadly Shooting At South Dallas MotelDallas Police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened at a south Dallas motel overnight.
Brazos River Expected To Crest At Record Level TuesdayMeteorologists have predicted the Brazos River would crest at 53.5 feet by midday Tuesday in Fort Bend County, three feet above the previous record and topping a 1994 flood that caused extensive damage.

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