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It’s four days since a hurricane hit the Mexican Pacific Coast resort town of Cabo San Lucas; but some North Texans are still stranded. The situation has led to some anxious moments for a Burleson family.
When David Vobora, Mr. Irrelevant 2008, left the NFL he found that what he truly enjoyed doing is training others to be their best. Now there are a number of wounded veterans taking advantage of his modified training.
“I was not true to my wife after 42 years, I broke her trust. I am here today to own that mistake,” said former Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington.
An event in Plano is drawing huge interest. But it’s a gathering that people wish they didn’t have to attend. A conference room at the Marriott will be the site of what’s expected to be the biggest crime safety meeting the city has ever held.
The five-pointed red star has often been used as a symbol of communism. Some local Vietnamese refugees said that’s what they see when they look at the logo of the Banh Shop, a brand new Vietnamese restaurant in Dallas.
Cameras mounted on school buses are intended to keep kids safe by catching drivers who break the law. Many North Texas buses are equipped with them, yet some cities aren’t using them because it’s illegal.
Police have arrested Torey Jamal Harris, for the alleged aggravated sexual assault that occurred on September 7, 2014 near the Southern Methodist University campus.
It was an emotional reunion between a disabled man, who had been dragged from his burning home, and the three three River Oaks police officers who saved his life. All of the men came together for the 2nd time at Harris Methodist Hospital.
A proposal to rename Lancaster Road in Dallas’ Oak Cliff area is running into to some pushback. Dwaine Caraway wants the road, which stretches from near downtown to Interstate 20, named after Nelson Mandela.
We can’t save you calories, but we can save you money. If you’re craving for sweets – “Steals And Deals” has some money saving deals on cookies and cakes.
Austin Connelly, 17, is putting the final touches on his golf swing this week before he heads overseas to Scotland to play in this year’s Junior Ryder Cup.