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Alleged Shark Finners Caught Fleeing to Mexico From Coast of Texas

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To say that fishing in the U.S. is huge would be an understatement. Not only are there world class fishing spots here, such as Alaska’s Kenai river, Florida’s Key West, or Louisana’s coastal marshes,

Panel discusses issues in Irving education

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Concerned parents gathered for an interactive discussion with a panel of current and former educators, school board members and learning experts on Tuesday, Feb. 10. Guest panelists included Randy Randle, Vice President of the

Police find woman’s body after multicar crash

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A fatality accident occurred on Westbound S.H. 114 just east of 121 on Thursday morning, Feb. 12. Irving Police Officers were dispatched to the scene after Grapevine Police asked for assistance with traffic control.

Texas Young Lawyers Association Tackles Bullying in New Campaign

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Bullying is, and arguably always has been, a serious problem in school. Yet bullying doesn’t stop after high school graduation. The state of Texas is taking heed of this problem by launching the End Bullying

Council Quandary: Vote on smoking ordinance or take it to the people

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At Wednesday’s City Council Work Session, Mayor Beth Van Duyne proposed that the highly debated smoking ordinance draft be included in the next election as a non-binding survey for public input. The controversial ordinance,

Rambler Editorial about potential Islamic protesters

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The Islamic Center of Irving, one of the largest mosques in Texas, has recently become home to the first Islamic Tribunal hearing cases under Sharia law in the United States. Members of the Islamic community

Texas Losing War on Synthetic Drugs

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Each year, some 16 billion injections are administered across the world, but not every needle and syringe is properly disposed of afterwards. Just ask the children of El Paso, who have been having to