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KRLD’s Your Hometown Duncanville

Newsradio 1080 KRLD’s Your Hometown returns next Friday, September 26th! KRLD News will be at Ben Franklin Apothecary located at 302 N Main St in Duncanville from 10a.m. to 7p.m.


Shake Shack Burger Chain Considers I.P.O.

Burger Restaurant Has ‘Roots’ In Carrollton

KRLD business analyst David Johnson sits down with Twisted Root CEO Jason Boso.



Revisiting Carrollton’s 19th Century History

So what was life like in north Texas when first settlers arrived?


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Broadcasting Legend Calls Carrollton Home

This 60-year-old Carrollton native credits his hometown for influencing his career as a big-time athlete and broadcaster.


First Auction For 2014 Held At Tsukiji Fish Market

The Best In The ‘Bidness’

He’s been called the best auctioneer in the country, and he calls Carrollton his home.


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Immigration Battle Comes To End In Farmers Branch

If you look at a map, Farmers Branch is about the geographic center of the Metroplex. But for several years, the town was at the center of a national debate over illegal immigration.


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Construction Projects To Improve Mobility In Carrollton

If you look out on I-35 in Carrollton, you will see a lot of construction equipment.


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A Unique Rock-Climbing Experience In Carrollton

The grain silos in Carrollton were erected in 1950. Today, they take folks to new heights. JD Ryan has this uplifting story in Your Hometown.


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Baseball In Its Original Form

armers Branch has a baseball team, but it’s not exactly the type you’re thinking of. The Mustangs play the great game of baseball in its original form.


An earth mover goes through tons of debris. (credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Camelot Landfill Brings Controversy, Lawsuit

One of the biggest issues facing the Carrollton-Farmers Branch area is what to do with the Camelot Landfill, which is owned by the city of Farmers Branch.


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Tradition Brings Customers Back To Joe T. Garcia’s

Fort Worth has some of the best restaurants in Texas. But there is one restaurant that stands above the others.


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Bailey’s Barbeque: An Icon In Fort Worth

Despite its small size, Bailey’s Barbeque has been a Fort Worth icon for several generations. KRLD”s Chuck Schechner reports from the restaurant, which was founded and has been family-owned since 1931.