Texas Cities Mark Juneteenth With Family Events
Communities across Texas have celebrated Juneteenth with flags, food and historic remembrances of when Texas slaves, more than 150 years ago, learned that they were free.

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Suspect Hurt In Officer-Involved Shooting In Fort WorthA Cedar Hill man out for a morning walk Tuesday came face to face with a gunman, who shot him twice in an attempted robbery.
Suspect Hurt In Officer-Involved Shooting In Fort WorthPolice said the suspect, a man in his 40s, charged at officers with a knife before he was shot.
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Kids Might Think That These Grapes Are CandyThey're so sweet that you just might be able to trick your kids into thinking that they're eating candy. Food contributor Tony Tantillo talks about candy sweet grapes.
Engineers Being Sent Into Haltom City SinkholeA busy road in Haltom City remains shut down on Tuesday after a sinkhole opened up over the weekend. It happened on Sunday and it may still be a while before cars are able to get through.
Engineers Being Sent Into Haltom City SinkholeA busy road in Haltom City remains shut down on Tuesday after a sinkhole opened up over the weekend. It happened on Sunday and it may still be a while before cars are able to get through.

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Coppell HS Halts Nursing Assistant ProgramStudents are upset after Coppell HS ended a nursing assistant program two days before school starts.
Engineers Being Sent Into Haltom City SinkholeA busy road in Haltom City remains shut down on Tuesday after a sinkhole opened up over the weekend. It happened on Sunday and it may still be a while before cars are able to get through.
Engineers Being Sent Into Haltom City SinkholeA busy road in Haltom City remains shut down on Tuesday after a sinkhole opened up over the weekend. It happened on Sunday and it may still be a while before cars are able to get through.

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