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TxDOT Unveils 5 Proposals For Interstate 345 In Downtown DallasAt 1.4 miles, it may be one of the shortest highways in Texas and the U.S.
Changes Ahead For Fort Worth 911 Call Center In Wake Of Long Delays, Unanswered Calls“It is now our number one priority in the city to make sure that when you call 911 can you get a live person,” Fort Worth City Councilman Chris Nettles said.
Grand Jury Declines To Indict 8 Collin County Detention Officers Fired Following Marvin Scott's In-Custody DeathThe possible charges could have ranged from misdemeanor assault to murder.
150+ Houston Hospital Workers Who Refused To Get COVID-19 Vaccine Were Fired Or ResignedA spokesperson for Houston Methodist system said 153 employees either resigned in the two-week suspension period or were terminated on Tuesday, June 22.
North Texas Hotels Limited By Staff Shortages Increase Wages, Flexibility To Attract Workers“We need everything,” said Nora Moreno, director of human resources at the Hilton Dallas Lincoln Center. “From sales managers to servers.”
Selection Of Vacation Home Rentals Getting SparseEver since the COVID-19 pandemic began, short-term rentals have been surging, and they’re even hotter this summer.
2nd Person Charged In Death Of Texas 5-Year-Old Whose Body Was Discovered In MotelA second person has been charged in connection with the death of a 5-year-old Houston boy whose body was allegedly kept hidden in a storage unit before being discovered in an East Texas motel, authorities said Tuesday.
Gov. Greg Abbott Announces Special Session For Texas Legislature Starts July 8"Agenda items will be announced prior to the convening of the special session," the brief statement read.

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Evaluation Of Possible College Football Playoff Expansion Moving ForwardWhile far from an approval of the proposal, the move by the CFP board of managers was a necessary step to determine the feasibility of tripling the size of the playoff field.
TPC River Highlands Profile: Shot-Makers Tested At Travelers ChampionshipTPC River Highlands, home of the Travelers Championship, is a pure shot-making test capable of withstanding the PGA Tour's best players.
Tumor Keeps Former University Of Texas Star Michelle Carter From Defending Olympic Shot Put TitleTo keep her busy, Carter will work on a few of her outside track ventures — a throwing camp for youth (" You Throw Girl ") and her nonprofit One Golden Shot, which empowers and encourages youth and communities in self-awareness and confidence-building.
Ibañez, Trevino Homers Help Rangers End 6-Game Skid With Win Over Elvis And The A'sAndy Ibañez and Jose Trevino hit three-run homers to back Kyle Gibson as the Rangers snapped a six-game losing streak
Baseball Report: Yankees' Third Triple Play Of Season Ties MLB RecordThis week's Baseball Report looks at the New York Yankees' latest triple play, Kyle Schwarber's big weekend and the Arizona Diamondbacks' losing ways.
Supreme Court Sides With Student-Athletes In NCAA Compensation CaseA unanimous Supreme Court said student athletes could receive education-related payments, in a case that could reshape college sports by allowing more money from a billion-dollar industry to go to the players.