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Police shoot, kill reckless felon

Police shoot, kill reckless felon

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An Officer Involved Shooting occurred in the 3500 block of E. John Carpenter Freeway on Sunday, Nov. 9. Irving officers were attempting to locate a known suspect wanted for multiple outstanding felony warrants including Manufacture/Delivery

Home Depot Volunteers Help Texas Veteran Improve House

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A group of volunteers from Home Depot celebrated Veterans Day this year by helping a local veteran to improve his home on San Antonio’s northwest side. John Hyland was severely injured in an IED explosion

Navy Cross recipient speaks at Irving High’s USMC JROTC Military Ball

Navy Cross recipient speaks at Irving High’s USMC JROTC Military Ball

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The Irving High School Marine Corps JROTC program celebrated its 20th annual Military Ball at DFW Hotel on Saturday, Nov. 1. The exquisite evening featured the award-winning JROTC color-guard, a cake-cutting ceremony, dinner, dancing

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Keeping the Pests Off the Patio: Lit Cigarettes No More Welcome Than Bugs on Restaurant Patios

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Eating outdoors is a pleasant, popular way to dine, but it does come with its own set of risks. The obvious culprits are inclement weather and bothersome bugs. But restaurant owners take care of

Mother of distracted driving victim speaks to teens

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By Genesis Bishop Irving teens came out in droves to peruse vendor booths, take the Irving Police Department’s simulated intoxication test and listen to speakers about the dangers of distracted driving at the Lively Pointe

High school students pack 32,000 meals for children

High school students pack 32,000 meals for children

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By Nick Kammerer Over 115 enthusiastic high school students gathered at Byron Nelson High School to pack 32,000 meals for children in need on Thursday, Oct. 16. “Students will make an impact right away through the

Ninety-two-year-old preserves brothers legacy at Comic Con

Ninety-two-year-old preserves brothers legacy at Comic Con

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By Genesis Bishop Outlandishly dressed fans and coz players, famous stars and geek-chic merchandise are all things one expects to find at a comic con, but a 92-year-old man preserving the legacy of his brother