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Five kids recovered in joint operation against human trafficking

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The FBI Dallas Child Exploitation Task Force – in partnership with 18 federal, state and local law enforcement agencies – recovered five juveniles during an enforcement action last week focused on commercial child sex

Irving PD warns of IRS scam

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The Irving Police Department stated that it has recently seen a rise in the number of complaints from residents who have fallen victim to a financial scam. Specifically, the victims are contacted by and individual

Irving resident crowned Miss Texas International 2014

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IRVING – Rachael Burns, of Irving, brought home the crowning glory when she took the top state title of Miss Texas International 2014. She was crowned during the Texas International Pageant, held March 16,

Senior ladies walk the runway during fashion show

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They twirled around and smiled at the crowd. They showed off the latest spring attire and posed for pictures, but these weren’t international supermodels on the runway. They were residents from the Remington at

Biodiversity Education Center, annual dinner make beautiful music together

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For the first time, the Friends of the Coppell Nature Park (FCNP) was able to host their annual Music in the Park dinner in the newly completed Biodiversity Education Center April 12. Harpist Grace

KIB’s ‘Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off’ a success

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Despite the chill in the air and clouds that threatened rain, Irving citizens came out in force to support Keep Irving Beautiful’s (KIB) “Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off April 5. The event was just one

Council approves sale of three properties in Heritage Crossing

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Three properties in the Heritage Crossing area have been sold, spurring along a long-term plan to redevelop the downtown area. The sales, approved at a City Council meeting on April 17, were part of a

Coppell asks residents for input on redevelopment of two parks

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Coppell is looking for some public input as it eyes starting redevelopment at the Andrew Brown Parks and the Coppell Life Safety Park. Public input meetings for the Andrew Brown Park redevelopment project will all

Coppell library offering survey to improve services

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This library is evaluating its technology services. Your responses will help the library understand how patrons use the library’s technology so it can provide resources and services that are valuable to the community. The survey

Irving Reminds Residents of Stage 3 Watering Restrictions

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Stage 3 water restrictions, initiated Dec. 1, are still in force as part of the city’s drought contingency plan. These restrictions permit Irving water customers to irrigate once per week on designated days according