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Disaster exercise prepares emergency personnel for Anthrax outbreak

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By Nick Kammerer Hundreds of college students and volunteers gathered for an Emergency Management Exercise at North Lake College on Saturday, Oct. 11. The City of Irving’s Office of Emergency Management, Dallas County Health and Human

Locals vie for spot on Amazing Race

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By Nick Kammerer CBS 11 hosted an open casting call for The Amazing Race at the Irving Arts Center on Friday, Oct. 10. Hundreds of duo’s arrived to audition for the popular show. Each prospective

‘Don’t Mess With Me,’ Cadillac President Tells American Public, After Company’s Relocation to NYC Is Announced

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After General Motors appointed Johan de Nysschen to be chief of Global Cadillac, and announced that GM-owned luxury brand Cadillac would become a separate corporate entity, the division between the two brands became even

Everything’s Bigger in Texas, Even Pockets

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With the arrival of the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, tech junkies quickly fell in love with the newer, shinier, and bigger version of Apple’s latest smartphone. Aside from critics saying

It was a dark and stormy afternoon…

It was a dark and stormy afternoon…

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By Jess Paniszczyn The aftermath of last week’s storms left thousands of area residents and businesses without power. Among the unlit masses was our printing partner. We reached out to our hearty subscribers and faithful readers with

Manhattan’s Low Income Families Aren’t Benefiting Post-Recession, According to Census

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People from all around the world travel to New York City to get their shot at the big time, but those success stories are going to become few and far between as the wealth

Amazon’s Grocery Service, Amazon Fresh, Eyeing October Launch in New York City

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Amazon’s grocery service, Amazon Fresh, is expected to launch for New York City residents as early as this month, bringing produce straight to New Yorkers’ doors. According to the New York Business Journal, Amazon has