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Tarrant County

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  • Dallas Ranks High Among State's Most Congested Roadways

    Dallas Ranks High Among State's Most Congested Roadways
    The DFW area has some of the most congested roadways in the state. The Texas Department of Transportation and Texas Transportation Institute just released a study showing that four of the state's ten worst trouble spots are in the metroplex. The worst...
  • North Texas Muslims Still Working to Break Stereotypes, a Decade After Sept. 11th

    North Texas Muslims Still Working to Break Stereotypes, a Decade After Sept. 11th
    As Americans remember the tragedy of September 11th, there's no question are lives are forever changed. Many lost family and friends as a direct result of the attack. Some lost friends as an indirect result. Stereotypes of Muslim Americans are forever...
  • 3 Rapes In 9 Days Reported At TCU

    3 Rapes In 9 Days Reported At TCU
    Three sexual assaults have been reported within 9 days at Texas Christian University. Fort Worth police are investigating the assaults and believe that in all 3 cases, the alleged assailants and accusers knew each other. This is not the first time the...
  • Keller businesses forced to move, in favor of apartments

    Keller businesses forced to move, in favor of apartments
    There were tears in her eyes, as Terrie Daughtry packed up her shop in Keller. "It hurts my heart, it really does." The former nurse, turned business owner opened Shoestring Interiors and Gifts four years ago in the Arthouse development near Town Hall....
  • City Saves Thousands by Recycling Energy

    City Saves Thousands by Recycling Energy
    Kennedale, Texas.  Population: 7,100.  As cities across the nation deal with shrinking budgets, the Tarrant County town actually has some extra money on its hands.  “We’re always happy when we can take a tax dollar and stretch it much...
  • 'Packaged Liquor' Proposition Controversy in Southlake

    'Packaged Liquor' Proposition Controversy in Southlake
    Saturday, voters will decide if they want packaged liquor sales in Southlake. Currently, you can buy mixed drinks in a bar and beer or wine in a store. To get a bottle of tequila, you'd have to travel outside the city of Southlake. Voters will check...
  • Brittni Colleps' Husband Sticking by her Side

    Brittni Colleps' Husband Sticking by her Side
    Thursday afternoon, the husband of a Kennedale teacher accused of having sex with students spoke out. Christopher Colleps said he loves and supports his wife, Brittni. Considering the accusations, you couldn't blame him if he had a hard time supporting...
  • GM to Invest $331 Million in Arlington Assembly Plant

    GM to Invest $331 Million in Arlington Assembly Plant
    General Motors will bring around 110 new jobs to Arlington. GM made the official announcement to 100's of the Arlington assembly plant's workers Thursday morning. "Today, General Motors is pleased to announce that we will invest $331 million Arlington...
  • Exonerated by DNA, guilty in official's eyes

    In the fall of 2002, DNA tests exonerated Jimmy Ray Bromgard in the 1987 rape of an 8-year-old girl in Billings, Mont. His case was dismissed and he was freed from prison. "Mr. Bromgard has spent 15 years in prison for a crime that the state is now...
  • Obama win triggers run on guns

    Obama win triggers run on guns
    HOUSTON — A week after the election of Barack Obama, gun buyers across the country are voting with their feet, flocking to gun stores to stock up on assault rifles, handguns and ammunition. Some say they are worried that the incoming Obama...
  • Missing George W. Bush: A 'trend'

     
    by Mark Silva Imagine the delight of a retired president, roosting in Dallas where a presidential library and think tank are being erected in his name and reading the morning headline about Americans missing him. Then again, Matt Damon's Green......
  • 'Breastaurant' Controversy Sparks Debate In Southlake

    'Breastaurant' Controversy Sparks Debate In Southlake
    Call it the battle over the "breastaurant", that is the new nickname for a series of sports bar that feature waitresses in skimpy uniforms. There are already four of the racy restaurants in Grapevine, mainly billing themselves as sports bars. The...