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Southwest Airlines Jets Flying Again After Being Grounded Due To 'System-Wide Error'Southwest Airlines passengers across the country complained of major delays Monday night.
Opposition To 'Pride Month' Proclamation In Rowlett Could Lead City Council To Limit Mayor's PowerA move to recognize Pride Month in the city of Rowlett has stirred controversy, after several local pastors spoke in opposition to the decision.
2 Drown After Rescuing Children From Texas' Guadalupe RiverSearchers recovered the body Monday, of a second person drowned after he and a woman were swept away after rescuing two children from the Guadalupe River.
Family Battles Scarborough Renaissance Festival And Texas Law Over Sexual Assault On FairgroundsEllis County records show the sheriff department was called to the festival three times since 2013 by victims claiming to be assaulted by employees.
Dallas Restaurant Owner Who Served In The Army Gets Frozen Out Of COVID-19 Relief MoneyWhen Congress passed the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, it promised owners who are military veterans would be at the top of the priority list along with women and those who are socially disadvantaged.
Too Much Time In North Texas Heat Leading To More HospitalizationsBy 7:00 p.m. on Monday, June 14, seven people were taken to local hospitals, with two in critical condition and two in serious condition.
Teen Jeremiah Tabb Arrested While In Summer School In Connection To Downtown Austin Shooting The Austin Police Department arrested Jeremiah Roshaun Leland James Tabb, 17, in connection with the June 12 shooting in downtown Austin that left one person dead and 14 injured.
Heated Debate Over Leadership Positions During New Dallas Council's First MeetingThe debate didn't center around who they chose for Mayor Pro Tem and Deputy Mayor Pro Tem, but how long they should serve in those positions.