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Psychology experiment inspires disturbing film

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The 1970’s were a time of change, growth, and social exploration in America. The pre-internet age was more personal and communal. Bottom line people were more trusting and less entitled than the current age.

Community prays for first responders

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Pastors, city leaders, and community members from Irving are hoping to spark a national movement of unity and respect for firefighters, police officers, and people of all races and backgrounds. An event held outside the

Irving ISD administration building renovations progress

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Over the next few weeks, the Irving ISD administration building will see a series of renovations in response to TxDOT’s (Texas Department of Transportation) future expansion of Highway 183. “Obviously the highway will expand and

Community Calendar

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Girls Summer Safety Conference August 3 – 6, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The Irving Police Department is hosting its 8th Girls Summer Safety Conference! The conference features the popular Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) program and

Series of crashes damages fire truck and police car, injures firefighters, leaves one dead

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Nothing hinted that the early morning call that came around 3:16 a.m. on Sunday, July 26 might be anything more than routine for the first responders who arrived on the scene. Police officers and fire

Unique athletes journey to Dallas for competition

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“Push, push!” the crowd yells as Marine Corps veteran Leon Bostick lies on his back, straining his arms to lift 415-pounds of weight attached to a bench press. Mustering everything he has, Bostick extends his

Road trip film appeals to teen viewers

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You can think of author John Green as the John Hughes of this generation mixed with the teenaged answer to Nicholas Spark. He certainly has his pulse on the young culture of today in