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It is severe weather season across North Texas. Powerful storms rocked parts of the DFW area just last month, uprooting trees and knocking down power lines, and more severe weather could arrive on Friday night. It has been quiet for the past few weeks, but anything can happen at almost any time.

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A Closer Look At Fair Ride SafetySafety experts say if rides are well-maintained, the parts in them are constantly being replaced with new ones.
Hot Temps Mean High Electricity ConsumptionNorth Texas nearly broke a record already for the month of July.
Swim Coach Indicted In Southlake Student's Drowning DeathA swim coach was indicted in connection to the drowning death of a young Southlake swimmer last year.
Paul Quinn Farmer's Market Feeds The CommunityPaul Quinn College is feeding bodies as well as minds.
State Department Issues Mexico Travel Warning About Tainted AlcoholThe U.S. State Department is now warning Americans to consume alcohol in moderation while visiting Mexico, and to get medical help if they feel sick while drinking in the country.
Water Woes Leave Hood County Residents HeatedWater is back on in a hood county neighborhood tonight but losing water has turned into a regular summer problem for people there.

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Envy Apples Live Up To Their NameThey're sweet and crisp, but not normally available during this time of the year. Food contributor Tony Tantillo reveals why Envy apples may live up to their name.
Taco Bell Partners With Lyft For 'Ride-Thru' MealsTaco Bell is testing a new service that allows users of the ride-sharing app Lyft to add a Taco Bell stop to their ride with the click of a button.
Tips For Picking Out KaleIt's a superfood that can be added to the grill for an extra boost of flavor. Food contributor Tony Tantillo reveals how to pick and pair kale.

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2-Alarm Fire: Tires Burn At Drag StripThere were no injuries reported and no evacuations.
Envy Apples Live Up To Their NameThey're sweet and crisp, but not normally available during this time of the year. Food contributor Tony Tantillo reveals why Envy apples may live up to their name.
Year's First Case Of Zika Transmission In TexasFor the first time this year, health officials believe that mosquitoes have spread the Zika virus in Texas. The infected person lives in Hidalgo County and has not traveled outside of the country.

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Dallas College Feeding Minds And BodiesA few years back the college grabbed headlines for turning its football field into a farm, now the harvest is helping the community get healthy.
High Temperature Over 100 TomorrowRain chances move in tomorrow and Saturday, followed by cooler temperatures
Senate Bill Would End Forced Annexation Of Texas CitiesFrisco residents react to a bill that could have kept them from being annexed by the city

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Yes, It's Ice-Hugging Weather!It's so hot outside, Chief Meteorologist Scott Padgett found a new way to cool off.
Hot Temps Mean High Electricity ConsumptionNorth Texas nearly broke a record already for the month of July.
High Temperature Over 100 TomorrowRain chances move in tomorrow and Saturday, followed by cooler temperatures

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Yes, It's Ice-Hugging Weather!It's so hot outside, Chief Meteorologist Scott Padgett found a new way to cool off.
A Closer Look At Fair Ride SafetySafety experts say if rides are well-maintained, the parts in them are constantly being replaced with new ones.
Hot Temps Mean High Electricity ConsumptionNorth Texas nearly broke a record already for the month of July.

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