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MLB Players To Get Mandatory Domestic Violence Education

All major league players on 40-man rosters will attend a mandatory education program on domestic violence during spring training.


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Dallas Police Officer Looks To Education To Expand Career Options

Keeping citizens safe is the job of Josh Cooper, a police officer for the Dallas Police Department.


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Careers In Criminal Justice Show Growth In North Texas

As more people move to the North Texas region, the need for law enforcement police officers, probation officers, correctional treatment specialists and juvenile supervision officers and counseling case workers will continue to grow.


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Dallas Therapist Helps Patients Build A Life Worth Living

Linda O’Toole is a licensed professional counselor who specializes in dialectical behavior therapy and treats people with borderline personality disorders.


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Flower Mound School Officials Investigate ‘White Power’ Signs

The Flower Mound school district is investigating the actions of students at a high school basketball game who held up signs saying ‘White Power.’


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Retired Texas Teachers Could Face Higher Health Care Costs

More than 200,000 retired educators and their dependents in Texas could have to pay more for health care due to rising coverage costs.



Microsoft Technical Manager Keeps Dallas Customers’ Business Flowing

Shelly Joseph is a technical account manager for Microsoft. When a client buys a support contract for a Microsoft product they get a myriad of services. Joseph is the customer advocate as well as the technical, product and business resource for customers.


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Dallas Veterinarian’s Diverse Education Is Key To Business Success

Dr. Candy Major counts on her diverse education to help her with patients that don’t speak a human language.


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Pharmacist Decodes Genes And Drugs In New Field In Dallas

With pharmacogenetic testing, a doctor will be equipped with the knowledge of how his patient will respond to a particular drug before he prescribes it.


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$352M In Renovations Coming To Texas A&M Campus

Texas A&M University System regents have approved $352 million in renovations to the flagship campus in College Station.


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Report: UT President OK’d Applicants Over Objections

The investigation into influence peddling in admissions at the University of Texas System’s flagship campus found applicants approved by outgoing President Bill Powers typically were recommended by state lawmakers, university donors, alumni and at times by regents themselves.


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Industrial/Organizational Psychology One Of The Fastest Growing Fields In Dallas

Listed as one of the fastest growing occupations in the country according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Industrial/Organizational psychologists can earn up to $166,400 in annual salary.