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TSA Sets Record for Guns Caught at Airport Checkpoints

Washington — Transportation Security Administration officers caught more firearms at checkpoints nationwide in 2019 than ever before in the agency’s 18-year history. In total, 4,432…...

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DART Approves Additional Street Repair Projects

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Board of Directors approved interlocal agreements to fund street repair projects for four additional service area cities at their…...

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Rambler Community Calendar 1/25 – 1/27

Fish Creek Cleanup Challenge January 25,⋅9 am – 12 pm This is a land-based cleanup. Lunch will be provided for pre-registered volunteers What to wear: Long…...

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Cauliflower Cheese Soup

Rambler Newspapers has a brand new feature: Recipe of the Week! Each week, we will be featuring delicious recipes submitted by our readers. This week’s…


Dallas Named Dangerous City for Pedestrians

Pedestrian fatalities have been climbing since 2009 and are currently at the highest level in decades, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety…...

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Answering the Call

If you ever have to call 911 in Irving, there’s a chance the voice on the other end of the line is that of an…...

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Annual North Texas Souper Bowl of Caring Kicks Off

Nimitz High School hosted the kick-off for the North Texas Souper Bowl of Caring along with guests from Albertsons, Tom Thumb, Kroger Co., Market Street,…...

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From Feelings of Hopelessness to Acts of Courage

Meet Alpha Ibanda, Noemi Nunez and Maribel Flores.  All three migrated to the United States as adults unable to speak, write and read English. The…...

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Weathering the Storm

Ray Cerda was a 16-year-old finishing up his junior year of high school. He had just played in the Irving High School Black/Gold game and…...

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Mothers Learn New Hair Techniques [PHOTOS]

The Betty Warmack Library in Grand Prairie hosted a Mommy Daughter Hairstyling Class on Saturday, January 11th. Class instructor Courtney Springs taught the mothers how…...

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