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Texas Legislators Pass New Congressional Map Shoring Up GOP PowerIn a late night session, Texas Republicans approved redrawn voting maps that favor incumbents and decrease political representation for growing minority communities.
Carroll ISD Parents Pack School Board Meeting Following Administrator's Secretly-Recorded Holocaust CommentLast Thursday, it came to light a school district administrator had been secretly recorded suggesting teachers who have books on the Holocaust in their classrooms should also keep books with opposing views.
Police From All Over Rally To Lift Spirits Of North Texas Child Battling CancerThanks to his medical care and support from law enforcement around the world, Bennett Hernandez rang the bell at Children’s after his last treatment left him cancer-free.
1-Year-Old Dallas Boy At Center Of Amber Alert Found SafeDallas Police issued an Amber Alert for 1-year-old Stephen Ameer Orosco Monday evening, Oct. 18, and then cancelled it just minutes later.
State Fair Of Texas Welcomed 2.2M Visitors During 24-Day RunIf you’re already counting down, the Fair will be back in 341 days, running from September 30 through October 23, 2022.
Tarrant County Wants Voters' Approval To Spend $400M For RoadsTarrant County is asking early voters tired of hitting the brakes to give the green light this week to $400,000,000 for new roads.
New Study Shows Receiving Different COVID-19 Vaccines Can Rev Up Immune Response“This is really good news,” said Dr. Jon Weidanz, immunologist and Associate Vice President for Research at UT Arlington.
Off-Duty Texas Police Officer Killed In Crash Caused By Alleged Intoxicated Driver In MesquiteMitchell Rector, an off-duty officer from the Oakwood, Texas Police Department was killed early Monday morning in a construction area of IH-635.