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3 hrs ago | KVII-TV Amarillo
A coroner has determined a Dallas-area freshman at Texas Tech University whose body was found last month in a house died of acute alcohol intoxication. Lubbock County's medical examiner on Tuesday announced the death of 18-year-old Dalton Debrick of Irving has been ruled an accident.
3 hrs ago | Dallas Observer
"Hello, we're the Toadies." So says Vaden Todd Lewis in one of his few between-songs remarks in the latest installment of Globe Trek Productions ' Busking series.
3 hrs ago | Dallas Observer
When Mario Lopez walks into a room, you stand, stick out your hand, and try to focus your eyes on him and not his sculpted forearms. On Monday afternoon, a room full of local journalists did just that when we got the chance to interview the former teen star about his visit to Dallas.
4 hrs ago | The News-Star
Man pleads guilty to sex trafficking Qualyn Mitchell of Dallas, Texas, faces up to 10 years Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1u7mpsh U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley said Tuesday that Qualyn Mitchell, of Dallas, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote to one count of sex trafficking of a minor. Finley's office says undercover law enforcement agents found a 16-year-old minor at a Bossier City hotel engaged in prostitution last November.
4 hrs ago | D Magazine
Two Dallas restaurant veterans, Michael Cox and Kelly Hightower, are joining forces to open OSO Food & Wine in the space formerly occupied by Prego Italian Express in Preston Forest Shopping Center. Cox resigned as CEO of M Crowd last January.
4 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
It's hard to believe we're about to end our third season with the updated Ewing family on TNT's "Dallas," but since the network split the season between 8 episodes last spring and 8 this summer/fall, yes, the end is night. The 2-hour finale will air on TNT at 8 p.m. Monday .
6 hrs ago | Dallas Observer
If you haven't been to the West Village in a while, you might not have noticed LYFE Kitchen, which sprung up recently in the spot that used to house Lemon Bar. The fast-casual restaurant is devoted to meeting your every dietary need while supplying you with plenty of shrubbery.
Here's what the crowd looked like in Austin in 2010, when fans waited for 'American Idol' auditions. I'm just sayin' you might want to show up early.
Severiano Martinez purchased this adverse-possession house at 1023 Betterton Circle from a man he identified as Douglas T. "Chase" Fonteno, unaware that the house wasn't Fonteno's to sell. Attorney General Greg Abbott's office, for example, ordered a raid on the offices of a voter-registration group in Houston, then seized and destroyed documents even though the group had broken no laws.
Dallas is known as a city with BIG ideas. Big ideas that inject excitement in the lives of every individual born and raised here, as well as adventurous transplants looking for great opportunities and promising futures.
South Dallas neighbors say a large pile of illegally-dumped garbage has been neglected for months, and they want it removed. Dallas neighbors ask for illegally-dumped trash removed South Dallas neighbors say a large pile of illegally-dumped garbage has been neglected for months, and they want it removed.
Stag clothing store has opened its new store in Venice, California and plans to open in Dallas and Houston next. Stag, the menswear clothing store on South Congress Avenue in Austin, has opened a second location in Venice, California, and is also set to expand into Dallas and Houston in the coming months.
Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Mike Miles defended the district's graduation rate and said it shouldn't be broken up. Dallas ISD is not breaking the law by letting students with excessive absences graduate without making up classwork, Superintendent Mike Miles said Tuesday.
Popcorn: bits of puffed kernels one shovels down by the handful like a bear cub who hasn't eaten in days; serving size comes by the bucketful; most often found stashed down one's shirt or hidden in one's hair for a quick snack later on; deemed as a movie necessity; best paired with butter, salt, m&m's, or all the above. It's a nostalgic treat associated with family movie night and state fairs.
An 11-year-old of my acquaintance recently received a root-beer-making demo during a visit to the Continental Avenue Bridge. The Continental Avenue Bridge's calendar is always full - just look at that to-do list filled with chess pieces, yoga sessions, workout boot camps, even a line-dancing how-to.
In honor of Mexican Independence day, make today Tequila Tuesday and just keep the celebration going through the week. When that gets old, get your fill of German beer and maybe a frozen cocktail to really mix things up before cooler weather hits.
By Monica Hinman I have a friend who has cornered the market on stories. Stuff just happens to her.
School is back in session and a new report says Austin is one of the most educated cities in the country. WalletHub has released 2014's Most and Least Educated Cities , which ranks Austin the 11th most educated city in the U.S. The site analyzed the 150 largest metropolitan areas to determine "where the most educated Americans are choosing to settle."
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