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PepsiCo Sees Sales Growth In Both Drinks & SnacksPepsiCo sold more of its beverages and Frito-Lay snacks in North America during the third quarter, helping the company deliver a profit that beat Wall Street expectations. Higher pricing also helped lift revenue.
Prison For Former Texas TV Reporter Convicted Of StalkingA former television reporter in Texas must serve more than three years in federal prison for stalking an ex-boss and the executive's wife.
Arlington Woman Tells Police That She Killed Her FianceAn engaged man was shot and killed in far south Arlington early Thursday morning, and his fiancee has been taken into custody for the murder. The woman called police and admitted that she had shot the man.
Cell Phone Thefts A Growing TrendPolice say it’s a growing trend and easy for people to steal cell phones and turn around and sell them.
I-Team: Parking Headaches Continue At VACars are crammed into every space, and space outside of spaces. Some veterans, like Sam Watkins, factor an extra half hour into a trip now to find parking in the neighborhood and walk in.
Southwest Airlines Leave North Texans Stranded In Punta CanaThey had showed up for a return flight to the U.S. on Sunday September 25th only for it to be cancelled. The next day it happened again.
Historic West End Building Gets New Lease On LifeThe building dates back to 1903, when the Brown Cracker and Candy company opened its factory and people got around in a horse and wagon.
Former Director Of Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Passes AwaySuzanne Mitchell, the longtime and legendary director of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, passed away Tuesday at the age of 73.
I-Team: Beware of Latest IRS ScamThe fake forms are emailed, even though the IRS would never contact you electronically.
Horse'n Around: Photo Shows FWPD Mounted Patrol AT ATMMuch to the amusement of their followers, the Fort Worth Police Department today posted an image of a one of its Mounted Patrol officers and his horse at an ATM machine
Suspect In Dallas, Cedar Hill Murders Was In U.S. IllegallySilvestre Franco-Luviano, 40, is suspected of killing a motorist in Dallas and a man at a gas station in nearby Cedar Hill.
Survey: Texans Concerned About College Access & Student DebtThe results of a new survey shows that three-quarters of Texans feel that college debt is a serious problem. In fact, some believe a public 4-year college degree is becoming unaffordable in Texas.

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