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Texas H.S. Coaches 'Starting the Conversation' About Sexual AssaultTexas high school coaches are teaming up with the Dallas Cowboys, the Houston Texans and the Houston Rockets to start a high profile program to raise awareness about sexual assault.
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.
City Of Dallas Offering Emergency Training For Disastrous SituationsDallas' Office of Emergency Management offers Community Emergency Response Team classes this weekend
Texas GOP Leaders Okay Hiring Hundreds Of Child Welfare WorkersTop Republican leaders have given preliminary approval to a dramatic overhaul of the Texas welfare system that protects abused and neglected children by hiring more than 800 state workers.
Johnny Manziel Reaches Deal In Domestic Violence CaseTroubled ex-NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel has reached a deal with the Dallas County DA's office in his misdemeanor domestic violence case.
Dallas Man Becomes Mall Of America's 1st Black SantaThe nation's largest shopping mall is hosting its first-ever black Santa Claus. The Mall of America in Minnesota hired Larry Jefferson of Dallas to play Kris Kringle as part of its Santa Experience.
Ford Recalls 680,000 Cars; Seat Belts May Not Hold In CrashFord is recalling more than 680,000 midsize sedans mainly in North America because the front seat belts may not hold people in a crash.
Crispy Christmas Trees: Staged Fire Shows Potential Risks It only takes a minute for a crispy Christmas tree to touch off a raging inferno.
Abbott Vows To Cut Funds To 'Sanctuary' CampusesIn a tweet on Thursday, Gov. Greg Abbott promised to cut funds to public universities that become what he described as "sanctuary" campuses for immigrant students. He provided no other details.
Texas Family Pushes For Cyberbullying Laws After Teen's SuicideFamily members of a Texas high school student who killed herself are rallying for tighter laws against cyberbullying.
Dallas Children's Health Holiday Parade Canceled Due To WeatherThe cold and rainy weather expected this weekend has prompted the rare cancellation of one of the biggest holiday events in North Texas.

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