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Fort Worth Police Play Hoops With Children


July 7, 2018

A group of Fort Worth police officers took time off the streets Friday to play basketball with young children from the Highland Hills Community Center and the Boys and Girls Club, part of an effort to improve relations with the community. “The Fort Worth police, we care about each and every one of you,” Officer Allen Speed told dozens of …

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World War II Veteran to be Laid to Rest in Restland Memorial Park


July 7, 2018

Private Kenneth “Dayle” Farris’ remains were transported from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to Restland Memorial Park for burial on Friday. Pvt. Farris, a Bronze Star and Purple Heart recipient, was killed in action near the town of Grosshau, Germany, in the final years of World War II. He served with Company B, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 4th Infrantry division. According to …

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Priced out of their home? North Texans see tax bill rise $1,200 in five years


July 7, 2018

Although it’s nice to own property that increases in value, one Mansfield couple is worried about how much of their monthly income goes toward property taxes. Author: Gordon Dickson and Nicholas Sakelaris, Star-Telegram Published: 12:30 PM CDT July 7, 2018 Updated: 12:30 PM CDT July 7, 2018 Robbin and Andy Hallford’s annual tax bill has gone up nearly $1,200 since they bought their …

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Here’s what makes this Deep Ellum watch manufacturer tick


July 7, 2018

it wasn’t until February 2013 that the plan for what would become Jack Mason, a signature watch and leather goods company, started to take shape Author: Faith Isbell, Dallas Business Journal Published: 11:56 AM CDT July 7, 2018 Updated: 11:56 AM CDT July 7, 2018 In theory, Jack Mason, a signature watch and leather goods company headquartered in Deep Ellum, started 16 years …

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Computer Warranty Expires During Dispute Over Repair


July 7, 2018

Lillie Testa is a court reporter, she spends a lot of time working on documents on the go. She wanted a notebook computer to help stay organized. She bought a Lenovo Ideapad in November of 2016. About 8 months later she says her computer started shutting itself off with no warning. The Industries With the Most to Lose in US-China …

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Man arrested for assault in Woodlands


July 7, 2018

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team on Tuesday responded to a possible hostage situation at residence on Pine Needle Place in The Woodlands. According to MCSO Deputy Specialist Steve Squier, they were initially advised there was an alleged hostage situation. “The investigation revealed there was no hostage situation, and one male was arrested on the charge of assault family …

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Suspects who robbed armored car driver on the run in southeast Houston


July 7, 2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Gunmen who robbed an armored truck in Houston on Friday morning pushed a female security guard to the ground during their crime. The violent heist occurred in front of Pancho’s Meat Market off Griggs Road near Telephone Road around 10:15 a.m. The heist took less than 40 seconds. Eyewitness News obtained surveillance video showing the entire …

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