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  • Which iPhone do you prefer AT&T or Verizon?

    Which iPhone do you prefer AT&T or Verizon?
    For all its wonder and magic, the iPhone still has to be connected to a service provider. Since its debut more than 6 million iPhones have been purchased in the USA. All of them currently use AT&T. The constant complaint has been poor service and...
  • Keep it Simple, Keep it Cheap: Hotel Surplus Outlet

    Hotel Surplus Outlet is a shopping resource for both consumers and hotel buyers that provides fine furniture and fixtures from some of North America's finest hotel properties. Bargain hunters can find items ranging from furniture to fine art, accessories,...
  • JWP: See the Full John Wiley Price Search Warrant

    JWP: See the Full John Wiley Price Search Warrant
    The attorney for John Wiley Price has released the search warrant issued to the FBI for a search of the Dallas County Commissioner's house. The itemized list shows what the FBI was looking for in the raids. Billy Ravkind says agents were looking for the...
  • Legal setback for Plano Dad, Bart Hermer, seeking return of daughter from the UK

    Legal setback for Plano Dad, Bart Hermer, seeking return of daughter from the UK
    It is a horrible situation that Bart Hermer describes as worse than death. "You know she is alive, but you can't see her or touch her or talk to her," the Plano father, said. CW33 News has followed Hermer's international custody dispute surrounding...
  • Rihanna Concert Ends Early After Fire

    Rihanna Concert Ends Early After Fire
    DALLAS, Texas -- A fire broke out at a Rihanna concert in Dallas on Friday night, forcing the event to end early. A video posted on YouTube shows a fire burning at the top of the stage at the American Airlines Center, with some sparks falling toward...
  • Pick A Flick And Get Your Slurpee Fix

    Pick A Flick And Get Your Slurpee Fix
    Say it isn't so? Is that a Slurpee machine! No you're eyes aren't playing mean tricks on you. Slurpee’s are back in town and h-town is cool once again. There hasn't been a 7-Eleven in the city limits since the late 80’s and that means no...
  • Economy still worrisome for back to school shoppers

    Economy still worrisome for back to school shoppers
    Sun and fun are still in full summer tilt, but already school supplies are arriving in North Texas stores, even though the start of classes is still at least six weeks away for some students. "This is our way of telling guests that this is what is coming...
  • Dallas City Hall Facebook Probe

    Dallas City Hall Facebook Probe
    Facebook is causing controversy at Dallas City Hall. Some 50 employees have been reprimanded for visiting the social media site too often while on the job. One employee logged 68 hours on Facebook over a three month period. "Most of them had been logging...
  • Unpredictable Gas Prices Means More Scooter Sales

    Unpredictable Gas Prices Means More Scooter Sales
    Kevin Hahn used to own a big tough guy sports bike.  But he was finding himself going a little faster than he should.  That’s when he decided to trade it in for a scooter. “Little slower, less likely to get myself in trouble,” said...
  • FBI Agents Visit the Office of Dallas County D.A. Craig Watkins

    FBI Agents Visit the Office of Dallas County D.A. Craig Watkins
    For most of the day, it looked like business as usual at the office of Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins.  But now the FBI is confirming it had its corruption squad at the office Wednesday morning.  "The public corruption unit is a very...
  • Thousands Wait in Line for Rental Assistance Application

    Thousands Wait in Line for Rental Assistance Application
    Some Dallas County residents were hoping to get their hands on a rental assistance application.  The large crowd formed at the Jesse Owens Memorial Complex in Red Bird.  Applications were handed out two hours early and that caused some chaos, confusion,...
  • Bayou City Boom

    Bayou City Boom
    Not only do the waistlines in Houston keep growing, but so does the population. A study by Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research shows the greater Houston metropolitan area grew by a whopper sized 1.2-million people over the past decade. ...