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American Heart Association Launches Campaign To Bring Awareness To Heart AttacksThousands of people have heart attacks each year in North Texas, but fewer than half call 911 for help.
Why AM Radio Is FascinatingI have written about AM radio before on this blog, as I am a child of AM's golden years. Yet, even today in 2015, I am still in awe of its capability and here's one reason why!
CEO Spotlight With Scott Beck, the President of Beck VenturesIt's called Dallas Midtown, and it's being developed in the Valley View - Galleria area of North Dallas.
Texas Truck Drivers Crash Truck With Frozen BloodA couple of truck drivers from Texas now have quite the story to tell...once they get out of the hospital.
New App: Track & TreatAn app I want to tell you about today is called Track and Treat. It’s a good thing Halloween is tomorrow.
McKinney Police Looking For Special Needs Bicycle ThiefThe McKinney Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a stolen special needs child's bicycle.
Special Needs Children Will Still Receive State Support Following Temporary InjuctionThere’s good news for the families of special needs children who rely on State support for therapy.
CCA Rules Capital Murder Case Can ProceedThe Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has cleared the way for Dallas County prosecutors to try a Dallas man for capital murder.
Dance-Off Ends In Brawl For Dallas High SchoolsA dance-off gone wrong turned into a brawl between two Dallas high school teams after their football game last weekend.
Former Dean Of SMU's Law School Must Admit Prostitution Charge To Get DealThe attorney who led SMU's law school for 15-years has been put on pre-trial diversion for a prostitution charge.
US Congressman Surveys Damage from Waxahachie ExplosionAfter the explosion that destroyed one home in Waxahachie and damaged many others, one national official came to survey the wreckage.
26,000 Loose Dogs And Cats Picked Up In Dallas - Half Have Been Put DownFor months, members of the Dallas City Council who represent the southern areas of the city have been fighting to get measurable results in the combating what is being described as an emergency situation regarding stray and loose dogs and cats in their districts.

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