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Winner of Dallas Marathon Women’s Division Finds Surprise at the Finish Line

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It is difficult for a runner to know how they will perform the day of a big race — or how their competitors will do. Unexpected injuries can occur, old injuries can resurface, and

The Causes of Texas’ Early Flu Season and How to Avoid Getting Sick

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Flu season came early for North Texas this year, causing one death in Dallas County and two in Tarrant County, nearly three weeks before flu activity generally begins. The two individuals who died in Tarrant

Family Trapped By Hoard Dies in Pasadena House Fire

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Of the many different reality television shows, one of the most horrific and intriguing subjects is hoarding. Shows like AandE’s “Hoarders” and TLC’s “Hoarding: Buried Alive” reveal what many Americans keep secret — their

Dallas Urgent Care Center Has Ebola Scare

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Concern over a possible ebola epidemic in the U.S. went from nonexistent to headline-grabbing almost immediately, after administrators at the Texas Heath Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas officially stated that a patient was diagnosed

Cameras to ID those who pass stopped school buses

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The Irving Independent School District, Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District and Dallas County Schools are kicking off the 2014-2015 school year with a high tech program to take student safety to a new level.

Heroin dealers sentenced for drug deaths

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Two heroin dealers were found guilty and sentenced to federal prison Monday August 18 for providing narcotics that led to the deaths of five local individuals in 2011 and 2012. Misael “Weasal” Perla, 26, of

Jack E. Singley Academy hosts summer graduation

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Even though there were several practice entries and exits for the robe clad graduates, smiles abounded as family and friends filled the auditorium at Jack E. Singley Academy Tuesday evening for the summer commencement

Oldest living female veteran visits DFW International Airport

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People employed in and visiting the DFW International Airport took time July 25 to welcome 108-year-old Lucy Coffey, the United States’ oldest living female veteran, to the airport for a brief layover. Coffey was

UNT grad, Olympic bobsledder career endured twists, turns

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University of North Texas alumnus and NFL football player turned U.S. Olympic bobsledder, Johnny Quinn, spoke about the ups and downs of his career during an annual Transportation Breakfast Seminar presented by the University

Dallas selected for CAF national airbase location

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  The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) announced April 29 its selection of Dallas Executive Airport as the location for their CAF National Airbase and corporate Headquarters. “After an intensive one-year nationwide search, which began with 23