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Plan For Drug Cartel Money To Pay For Border Wall Raises QuestionsSen. Ted Cruz’s plan to use drug cartel money to pay for a border wall could take years to succeed, according to forfeiture experts, and opens the door to using the money for any number of new projects.
Texas Senate Passes Bill Requiring School Bus Seat BeltsThousands more Texas children could soon have seat belts on the buses they ride to school.
Waco Man Indicted For Texting While Driving During CrashA Waco man was indicted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following a serious crash after he found to be texting while driving.
'Main' Artery Through Euless To Reopen SoonThere is some hope for drivers in Euless who've been missing the main drag through town because of a massive road construction project that is overhauling miles of Hwy 183.
Grand Prairie Police Add Cowboy Hats To UniformsIn a world of body cameras, smartphones and other high-tech gadgetry, the newest piece of equipment for officers with the Grand Prairie PD is something simple, rooted in Texas tradition.
Trump Tax Plan Cuts Top Rate From 39.6 To 35 PercentTrump tax plan cuts top income tax rate from 39.6 to 35 percent, doubles amount taxpayers can deduct.
Parents Recreate Closed Blockbuster Store For Autistic SonWhen an autistic Texas man's favorite video store closed, his parents surprised him by bringing part of it home.
Dallas ISD STAAR Test Results Show Gains & LossesThe State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test scores are in and for the most part Dallas Independent School District (DISD) 5th and 8th grade students scored well.
Homeland Security Formally Opening Immigrant Crime OfficeThe Victims of Immigrant Crime Engagement, or VOICE, opens Wednesday and is intended to keep victims informed of the immigration proceedings of suspects.
Son Arrested For Plano Father's DeathThe hunt for a Plano man police say killed his own father is over. Police arrested 28-year-old Kenneth Midgley, Jr. after more than a week of searching.
After Lifesaving Surgery In Texas Twins Head Home To EthiopiaThey’ve had life changing surgery and gained months of memories here in North Texas, but today Ethiopian twin brothers are heading back home.
Another Dallas Dog Attack As City Works On ProblemAs officials in Dallas continue trying to address the growing problem of dog attacks, there was another one Tuesday night in the Oak Cliff area. A mixed-breed dog was wrangled into a van after it bit a young boy.

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