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Woman Finishes Austin Marathon Crawling on Hands and Knees, Still Places Third

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You might expect a marathoner to finish a race with some foot or leg pain — after all, about 75% of Americans have foot health problems, at some point, and runners demand much more

Texas Dental Clinic Provided a Day of Free Dental Care for Uninsured Kids

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Despite the sudden increase in American households that now have healthcare coverage thanks to the Affordable Care Act, countless low-income families still lack basic dental insurance, resulting in few dental visits — but more

“White Power” Signs At High School Basketball Game Spur Investigation

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For many businesses, signs are a great way to attract positive attention and establish a company’s brand. After all, research shows that the average person will see a sign twice a day, or 60

Struggling Oil Industry Could Signal an End for Texas’ Oil Boomtowns

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Since June 2014, the global price of crude oil has plummeted by over 50%, from more than $100 per barrel to just under $50 in a matter of months. For the American oil and gas

Conference aims to prevent child abuse

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More than 650 social workers, nurses, councilors, child protective workers, attorneys, law enforcement officers and others gathered for the 29th annual Conference on Prevention of Child Abuse at the Omni Mandalay Hotel in Las

Irving man celebrates 100th birthday with friends and family

Irving man celebrates 100th birthday with friends and family

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Photo: Irving resident, Earl Webb, and his daughter, Peggy Filbeck, celebrate Webb’s 100th birthday party at Elm Croft Assisted Living on Sunday, Feb. 22. / Photo by Nick Kammerer Sporting an “Aged to Perfection” ribbon,

Valley Ranch goes back in time with Vintage Vegas Night

Valley Ranch goes back in time with Vintage Vegas Night

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Photo: Residents of Valley Ranch test their luck at the annual Vintage Vegas casino night at the Omni Mandalay Hotel on Saturday, Feb. 21. / Photo by Nick Kammerer Dozens of dinner guests joined the