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New John F. Kennedy Stamp Marks Centennial Of His BirthThe Forever stamp was released Monday during the annual Presidents Day family festival at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston
Missing Texas Dad Of 3 Found Alive, Met Someone OnlinePolice in Ohio say they've safely located a father of three from Texas whose mysterious disappearance spurred weeks of searching by police, his family and volunteers.
Walmart Testing Out Convenience Store In CrowleyWalmart has expanded its brand in North Texas by opening a convenience store in Crowley. It is one of just two Walmart convenience stores nationwide, and it sells much more than gas and candy bars.
Texas Child Welfare Agency Adding New EmployeesThe head of the state's troubled foster care system said that emergency funding helped hire 441 new employees in December and January, a two-thirds increase over the same period the previous year.
Supreme Court Hears Case Of Boy Slain Across BorderSixty feet and the border separated the unarmed 15-year-old Mexican boy and the U.S. Border Patrol agent who killed him with a gunshot to the head early on a June evening in 2010.
Traffic Study Ranks World's Most Clogged CitiesTransportation analytics firm Inrix says drivers in the car-crazy California metropolis spent 104 hours last year in congestion. That beat second-place Moscow at 91 hours and third-place New York at 89.
Big Rig Crash Closes Highway In Farmers BranchTraffic was backed up for about a mile on the northbound side of Interstate-35E in Farmers Branch on Monday morning. A big rig jackknifed during the overnight hours, leaving its trailer spread across the highway.
Dallas Police And Fire Pension Board Chooses Plan To Save FundThis morning the Dallas Police and Fire Pension Board voted unanimously to back a state lawmaker's plan to fix the money-troubled fund instead of a plan advocated by the Dallas Mayor.
Possible Tornado Damages Homes In San Antonio AreaA severe storm system spawned a possible tornado that caused minor injuries and damaged more than 100 homes in the San Antonio area late Sunday night and early Monday.
Silver Alert Discontinued For Missing Dallas ManPolice in Dallas have discontinued a Silver Alert for a missing 82-year-old man. Francisco Rodriguez had not been seen since Sunday afternoon. Officials said that he could have posed a threat to his own health and safety.
Marijuana Smell Leads Officer To Fake Credit Cards, LicensesAuthorities say two men were arrested with drugs, fraudulent credit cards and driver's licenses after police smelled marijuana coming from a car parked at a shopping mall just outside Nashville.
Immigration Rallies Held Across U.S. To Support MuslimsDemonstrations were held in Dallas and cities across the U.S. this weekend to support Muslim Americans and to protest President Donald Trump's immigration policies.

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