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Government Shutdown Averted: US Senate Passes Stopgap Funding BillThe Senate passed a stopgap spending bill that avoids a short-term shutdown and funds the federal government through Feb. 18 after leaders defused a partisan standoff over federal vaccine mandates.
'Daddy, I Love You': Family Shares Details Of Violence That Killed Fort Worth 3-Year-Old, Father ArrestedFamily members say Billy Joiner, Jr, a father of five, should never have been allowed near his daughter, Elena.
'The Future Feels Like A Scary Place:' Dallas ISD Program Helps Parents & Students Navigate An Uncertain WorldA Dallas ISD program is helping students and parents stay mentally healthy in an uncertain world.
North Texas Mom Raising Millions To Find Cure For Son's Rare Neurological DisorderAmber Freed needs to raise nearly a million more dollars by the end of the year to help advance a key clinical trial at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
2 Dallas Doctors Sentenced To Combined 23 Years In Prison For Massive Healthcare FraudTwo North Texas doctors were sentenced to a combined 23 years in federal prison for healthcare fraud Thursday, Dec 2.
Don Huffines Officially Files For 2022 Texas Governor RaceDon Huffines officially filed to run in the 2022 election for Texas Governor today, challenging incumbent Greg Abbott and other potential rivals for Texas' top seat.
North Texas' Real Estate Frenzy Appears To Be About Over, Experts SayThe combination of low mortgage rates, new Texas residents, and a never before seen low inventory of homes, created a combination for the market to explode, experts said.
Texas Extending Emergency SNAP Benefits Through DecemberGovernor Greg Abbott announced today that $308 million in emergency food benefits for December authorized by the Biden Administration would be provided to Texans.