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Ukrainian expats in North Texas reflect on conflict with Russia
DALLAS Col. Viktor Dragan remembers enlisting in the Soviet Army when he was 17-years-old.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
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Video game personalities speaking at South by Southwest
Mar. 5, 2014 - AUSTIN, Texas -- Three video game personalities will be hitting South by Southwest this Sunday to speak about how Video Gaming IS Pop Culture.
Dee Lincoln Steak & Burger Bar to open second location in Plano
The second location of Dee Lincoln Steak & Burger Bar is slated to open in mid-April at 4701 W. Park Blvd. Lincoln has appointed Andrew Powers , who has been with Lincoln since she opened the first location in Uptown last year, as executive chef of the new location.
Laney Nielson Wins Austin SCBWI Cynthia Leitich Smith Writing Mentor Award
By Samantha Clark of Austin SCBWI for Cynthia Leitich Smith 's Cynsations Congratulations to Laney Nielson, who won a year's mentorship with the inaugural Cynthia Leitich Smith Writing Mentor Award, at the Austin SCBWI 2014 Writers & Illustrators Working Conference last month.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Oculus360 Selected to Present at Advertising Research...
Oculus360, a cutting-edge consumer perception insights company, is proud to announce it has been selected as a presenter for the Advertising Research Foundation's annual marquee event Re:Think 2014, March 23-26 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.
National Mortgage News
Wipro Gallagher Adds Optimal Blue Integration to NetOxygen LOS
What CFPB's Harsh Words to Servicers Mean for Banks The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's crackdown on mortgage servicers' operations will increase the pressure on lenders to improve their processes, paperwork and communications with borrowers.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Dallas Morning News
Neighbors upset religious services being held at Far North Dallas
Rabbi Yaakov Rich leads a study at a home on Mumford Court near Frankford in Highlands of McKamy in Far North Dallas.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Dallas Morning News
Plano's Baylor hospital faces hard questions after claims against former neurosurgeon
Christopher Duntsch, once a supremely confident neurosurgeon with a solid rA©sumA© and a wealth of potential, fled town in disgrace last year under a scalding cascade of allegations.
Meteorologists don't just predict thunderstorms and sunny days. They can actually predict allergies.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Allen ISD closes $60M stadium after finding extensive cracking
Allen Independent School District has closed Allen Eagle Stadium -- a $60 million, 2-year-old football stadium -- after finding extensive cracking in the concrete of the stadium's concourse.
A $20 million expansion of Heart Hospital Baylor Denton, formerly North Texas Hospital, is underway to add six intensive care suites and a cardiovascular operating room, in addition to interior renovations already completed, officials said.
AT&T and IBM Join Forces on Big Data Analytics, Cloud, Security Technologies
AT&T and IBM have announced a new global alliance agreement to develop solutions that help support the "Internet of Things."
During Interview Bombing Suspect Accuses Police, Nurses Of Torture
Now that he's fired his attorney, bombing suspect Anson Chi is defending himself on charges he tried blowing up a natural gas pipeline in Plano nearly two years ago.
Deaf toddler hears for the first time
PLANO, TX Like most toddlers, Kendall Johnson squeals, gurgles and fusses but she's making noises that she can't hear.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
After firing attorneys, Plano bombing suspect to represent himself
Anson Chi has spent twenty months in prison. He is accused of attempting to set off a bomb at a gas regulator station on Parker Road in Plano.
Plano Police Warn of Crime Targeting Asian Households
Plano police are reporting a spike in burglaries targeting Asian homes where thieves can find high quality gold jewelry that's been handed down for generations.
Man Perishes After Running Back In Burning House To Retrieve Phone
It may very well have been sheer instinct, but it had very unfortunate consequences.
What To Drink Now: New Spirits Launching in Dallas
March is shaping up to be a busy month in the spirits world. I know of at least four new brands that have launched recently, or are launching in the next few weeks: three with local ties to Dallas, and one that is just plain good especially as we plan for patio weather.
Dallas Morning News
Fire kills elderly Plano man who went back into burning home to retrieve cell phone
An elderly Plano man was killed early Thursday when he went back into his burning home to retrieve a cell phone.
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