Author Genesis Bishop

Council approves alcohol sales variance for Big State

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As many may remember, there was an outpouring of opposition against the council granting a zoning variance allowing alcohol sales for the Texas Musician’s Museum, scheduled to open next year. So during the Irving City

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

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

Council rejects finding on convention center hotel

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By Genesis Bishop Council members were split on whether to approve a resolution concerning a finding presented by city staff that a convention center hotel would not be completed by Jan. 1, 2017. Many council members

Obama meets with Gov. Perry on brief trip from DFW Airport to Dallas Love Field

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President Barack Obama met briefly with Texas Governor Rick Perry Wednesday to discuss the surge of young Latin Americans crossing illegally into Texas, a controversy that has put the two leaders at odds with

Texas Wild suffers home opener defeat

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The Texas Wild tennis team had a rough start Tuesday night during their home opener at the Four Seasons Resort and Club as the Washington Kastles served up a 24-15 defeat to Irving’s only

Former Irving city manager to take job in El Paso

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Former Irving city manager, Tommy Gonzalez, was officially approved as the new City Manager for the city of El Paso, Texas during the city’s Wednesday night meeting. Gonzalez had previously served as the city manager

Big State Drug closes doors for good

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A staple business of Irving since 1948, Big State Drug, says farewell to the community it has served for nearly 70 years. Rumors of troubles at Big State Drug, began in late April, when many

Most famous plane of WWII visits Arlington airport

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From being $750 worth of scrap to becoming a traveling American icon, the Aluminum Overcast B-17G has had a long and lurid history. The Aluminum Overcast, flown by pilot Richard Fernald and co-pilot Scott Hartwig,

Coppell elects new blood

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  Coppell residents ousted incumbent Place 7 councilman Aaron Duncan, electing challenger Mark Hill in a 64-36 decision May 10 during the general election. Vying for former Mayor Pro Tem/Place 5 councilman Billy Faught’s position, Nancy