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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,

NCTCOG honored with EPA SmartWay Challenge Award

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  Arlington, TEXAS — The Environmental Protection Agency was recognized the North Central Texas Council of Governments on April 23 as one of 10 recipients of a SmartWay Affiliate Challenge award for support of policies

“Sharing the Warmth” with the needy just got easier

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The season of giving is upon us, and what better way to show you care than to help those in need.  Atmos Energy is encouraging customers to help their neighbors in need by participating

Texans pass all constitutional amendments

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Texans voted Tuesday to approve all nine proposed constitutional amendments — one of which will create a $2 billion rainy day fund to finance water projects in the state. Proposition 6 is meant to help

Final Four will balance basketball, philanthropy

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AT&T Stadium (Cowboys Stadium) may just be the best thing to happen to sports in North Texas. True, we have the Mavericks and the Stars, but nothing says ‘Sexy Sports Town’ like a monstrous