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“What’s happening in Dallas-Fort Worth is unprecedented. It’s really a boomtown.”
01/31/2023
Economist: DFW a Real Estate 'Boomtown'

“What’s happening in Dallas-Fort Worth is unprecedented. It’s really a boomtown.”

Demand for commercial real estate in North Texas remained resilient in 2022, despite a broader slowdown in investment activity across the country.

GasBuddy said that the national average of $3.49 per gallon reported Sunday is up 33.3 cents from a month ago and 14.1 c...
01/31/2023
Gas Prices Rise for Fifth Straight Week

GasBuddy said that the national average of $3.49 per gallon reported Sunday is up 33.3 cents from a month ago and 14.1 cents higher than a year ago.

Gas prices at the pump rose for the fifth consecutive week and there isn't much hope of prices going down in the near future.

43-year-old contractor allegedly bilked a North Texas RV park out of more than $3.5 million in March of 2021.
01/31/2023
Local Contractor Allegedly Stole Millions

43-year-old contractor allegedly bilked a North Texas RV park out of more than $3.5 million in March of 2021.

A 43-year-old contractor was arrested on theft charges after allegedly bilking a North Texas RV park out of more than $3.5 million in March of 2021.

“Dallas Police are looking for the public’s help in identifying the pictured individual. Detectives are looking to speak...
01/31/2023
Potential Suspect Revealed in Monkey Theft

“Dallas Police are looking for the public’s help in identifying the pictured individual. Detectives are looking to speak with the man in regard to the two tamarin monkeys missing from the Dallas Zoo.” -Dallas Police Department

The Dallas Police Department (DPD) has released an image of a person of interest connected to the disappearance of two monkeys from the Dallas Zoo.

Two people are dead after a fatal car crash occurred during an illegal street takeover in Fort Worth.
01/31/2023
Local Street 'Takeover' Kills Two

Two people are dead after a fatal car crash occurred during an illegal street takeover in Fort Worth.

Street takeovers involve multiple people in vehicles shutting down a specific area, preventing other motorists from traveling.

The multipurpose facility is estimated to attract 244,900 attendees to more than 174 events a year and create employment...
01/31/2023
Expo Center Would Inject $33M into Economy

The multipurpose facility is estimated to attract 244,900 attendees to more than 174 events a year and create employment opportunities for 419 people.

A feasibility study was presented to the Denton County Commissioners Court concerning the proposed construction of a multipurpose exposition center.

According to the City of Dallas Open Data crime analytics dashboard, drug violations spiked by 43.9% in District 4 durin...
01/31/2023
District 4 Drug Crimes on the Rise

According to the City of Dallas Open Data crime analytics dashboard, drug violations spiked by 43.9% in District 4 during December.

City Councilwoman Carolyn King Arnold's District 4 saw reported drug offenses shoot up last December amid an overall citywide uptick in drug crimes.

❄️A winter storm warning for North Texas will remain effective until 6 a.m. Thursday as freezing rain and sleet continue...
01/31/2023
Winter Weather Continuing in North Texas

❄️A winter storm warning for North Texas will remain effective until 6 a.m. Thursday as freezing rain and sleet continue to hit the area over the next few days.

A winter storm warning for North Texas will remain effective until 6 a.m. Thursday as freezing rain and sleet continue over the next few days.

The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service - Recalls and Public Health  announced a recall on Sunday of nearly 53,000 p...
01/31/2023
USDA Recalls 53,000 Pounds of Sausage

The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service - Recalls and Public Health announced a recall on Sunday of nearly 53,000 pounds of ready-to-eat sausage items due to possible contamination of listeria monocytogenes.

Charcuterie meats and deli items produced by Daniele International LLC are being recalled due to possible bacterial infection.

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signed into law a proposal that “prohibits performing s*x-characteristic surgical procedures on a ...
01/31/2023
Utah Bans S*x Alteration on Minors

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signed into law a proposal that “prohibits performing s*x-characteristic surgical procedures on a minor for the purpose of effectuating a s*x change.”

While the state of Utah has passed legislation banning s*x alteration surgeries for minors, Texas legislators are considering bills that would follow suit.

A woman was found shot inside of a vehicle by an officer walking in the parking lot of Samuell Grand Park.
01/30/2023
Woman Shot Dead at East Dallas Park

A woman was found shot inside of a vehicle by an officer walking in the parking lot of Samuell Grand Park.

A woman was found shot inside of a vehicle by an officer walking in Old East Dallas.

Four students were arrested for allegedly bringing a firearm onto the campus of Corsicana High School.
01/30/2023
Four Students Arrested for Gun Possession

Four students were arrested for allegedly bringing a firearm onto the campus of Corsicana High School.

Four students were arrested Monday for allegedly bringing a firearm onto the campus of Corsicana High School.

Twenty-five attorneys general have sued the Biden administration asking the court to halt a federal ESG policy that coul...
01/30/2023
25 States Sue Biden Admin Over Federal ESG Policy

Twenty-five attorneys general have sued the Biden administration asking the court to halt a federal ESG policy that could negatively impact the retirement savings of 152 million Americans.

Twenty-five attorneys general and other plaintiffs sued the Biden admin to halt a federal ESG policy that could negatively impact retirement savings.

Protesters chanted “no justice, no peace” and “no good cops in a racist system” in front of the police headquarters whil...
01/30/2023
Group in Dallas Protests for Tyre Nichols

Protesters chanted “no justice, no peace” and “no good cops in a racist system” in front of the police headquarters while helicopters flew over downtown Dallas.

A small group of protesters gathered in front of the Dallas Police Department's headquarters Friday evening as four videos of Tyre Nichols being beaten by five Memphis police officers were released to the public.

Should Russian and Belarusian athletes be allowed to participate in the 2024 Olympics in Paris?
01/30/2023
IOC May Allow Russian Athletes to Compete

Should Russian and Belarusian athletes be allowed to participate in the 2024 Olympics in Paris?

After initially calling for competitions to ban athletes from Russia and Belarus because of the current war in Ukraine, the IOC's Executive Board met.

The global population is predicted to peak in 2064, clocking in at an estimated 9.73 billion, and decline by nearly a bi...
01/30/2023
Global Population Predicted to Peak, Decline

The global population is predicted to peak in 2064, clocking in at an estimated 9.73 billion, and decline by nearly a billion by 2100.

The global population is predicted to peak in 2064, clocking in at an estimated 9.73 billion, and decline by nearly a billion by 2100, according to a report by the University of Washington.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection  said that they are “seeing an increase in people attempting to cross eggs from Juare...
01/30/2023
People Crossing Mexico Border for Eggs

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said that they are “seeing an increase in people attempting to cross eggs from Juarez to El Paso.”

Apparently, Americans near the southern border have been crossing into Mexico to smuggle eggs back into the U.S. rather than going to the local grocery store.

Are you a non-native Texan? Name something you have noticed about living in Texas.👇
01/30/2023
Non-Native Texans Notice Quirks About State

Are you a non-native Texan? Name something you have noticed about living in Texas.👇

Many people have been moving to Texas over the past few years, and some traits may seem odd to non-native Texans.

“Texas is a national leader in the fight against human trafficking, and the relaunch of this successful campaign will he...
01/30/2023
Texas First Lady Launches Campaign

“Texas is a national leader in the fight against human trafficking, and the relaunch of this successful campaign will help us continue to raise awareness and call people to action against this heinous crime.”

-Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott

Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott relaunched a human trafficking awareness campaign at the Governor’s Mansion on Thursday afternoon.

Do you support more transparency for your local school district?
01/30/2023
Poll | DISD Parents Want More Transparency

Do you support more transparency for your local school district?

A recent poll found that a majority of the parents surveyed who have children attending Dallas ISD want more transparency from the troubled administration.

Officers responded to calls around 6 a.m. Sunday in the 1600 block of Tribeca Way in Old East Dallas on reports of a man...
01/29/2023
Georgia QB Stetson Bennett Arrested in Dallas

Officers responded to calls around 6 a.m. Sunday in the 1600 block of Tribeca Way in Old East Dallas on reports of a man banging on doors in the area.

Two-time NCAA National Championship winner and starting quarterback for the University of Georgia, Stetson Bennett, was arrested by Dallas Police early Sunday morning.

Tesla reported record fourth-quarter sales on Wednesday, giving Wall Street a peek at the demand concerns surrounding th...
01/29/2023
Tesla Stock Soars After Record Q4 Sales

Tesla reported record fourth-quarter sales on Wednesday, giving Wall Street a peek at the demand concerns surrounding the company.

Tesla reported a record fourth-quarter sales on Wednesday, giving Wall Street a peek at the demand concerns surrounding the company.

A local mother is seeking $1 million in damages from an Irving daycare due to the alleged negligence and mistreatment of...
01/29/2023
Local Daycare Sued for Mistreatment

A local mother is seeking $1 million in damages from an Irving daycare due to the alleged negligence and mistreatment of her toddler.

Williams Josue Fuentes-Argueta, 30, an El Salvadorian living illegally in the United States, was sentenced today to more...
01/29/2023
MS-13 Gang Member Sentenced in Dallas

Williams Josue Fuentes-Argueta, 30, an El Salvadorian living illegally in the United States, was sentenced today to more than five years in prison.

U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas Leigha Simonton announced Wednesday, January 25, that an MS-13 gang member has been sentenced to federal prison, according to a news release.

The famed Terry Black's Barbecue restaurant is opening a new location in Fort Worth.
01/29/2023
Famed BBQ Restaurant Headed to Fort Worth

The famed Terry Black's Barbecue restaurant is opening a new location in Fort Worth.

The famed restaurant Terry Black’s Barbecue will be opening a new location in Fort Worth. Mark Black confirmed he will open at 2926 W. Seventh St.

A list of 2023’s dirtiest cities in America was released and six Texas cities are among the top 50, including two ranked...
01/29/2023
Dallas Among Dirtiest Cities in Country

A list of 2023’s dirtiest cities in America was released and six Texas cities are among the top 50, including two ranked in the top 10.

A list of 2023’s dirtiest cities in America was released by LawnStarter, and six Texas cities are among the top 50, including two ranked in the top 10.

A Kansas man died on Saturday morning when he was shot by his dog on the way to a hunting trip.
01/29/2023
Man Fatally Shot by Dog

A Kansas man died on Saturday morning when he was shot by his dog on the way to a hunting trip.

Two large sting operations in North Texas resulted in dozens of arrests for soliciting prostitution, prompting one state...
01/29/2023
Local Rep Fights S*x Trafficking

Two large sting operations in North Texas resulted in dozens of arrests for soliciting prostitution, prompting one state representative to file legislation to combat s*x trafficking.

North Texas communities are still reeling from the news of two large sting operations that netted dozens of arrests for solicitation of prostitution, prompting one state representative to file legislation to combat s*x trafficking.

Princeton Independent School District has decided to review its facility use policy after concerns were raised over a re...
01/28/2023
Local ISD Considers Hosting Pride Fest

Princeton Independent School District has decided to review its facility use policy after concerns were raised over a request from a local LGBTQ group to use school property for an event.

Princeton ISD has decided to review its facility use policy after concerns were raised over a request from a local LGBTQ group to use school property.

After recent riots in Atlanta and an alleged police brutality incident in Tennessee, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has dec...
01/28/2023
Georgia Declares Emergency, Riots Expected

After recent riots in Atlanta and an alleged police brutality incident in Tennessee, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has declared a state of emergency until February 9.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued a precautionary executive order declaring a state of emergency until February 9 in response to recent riots.

“As more information and the incident video is released in the death of Tyre Nichols, the department is preparing for th...
01/28/2023
Dallas Police Brace for Protests

“As more information and the incident video is released in the death of Tyre Nichols, the department is preparing for the possibility of protests and vigils across our city” -DPD

In preparation for the anticipated release of video evidence concerning the death of Tyre Nichols in Memphis this week, Dallas Police prepare for protests.

Is Dallas going to be able to resolve its current staffing shortage in order to get its building permit department back ...
01/28/2023
Permit Department Vacancies Afflict Broadnax

Is Dallas going to be able to resolve its current staffing shortage in order to get its building permit department back on track?

To get Dallas’ building permit department running like a well-oiled machine, the City must first resolve its current staffing shortage.

POLL: Over 52% of respondents answered “yes” when asked if “homelessness, vagrancy, and panhandling are serious problems...
01/28/2023
Poll | Dallas Citizens: Panhandling Is a 'Serious Problem'

POLL: Over 52% of respondents answered “yes” when asked if “homelessness, vagrancy, and panhandling are serious problems in Dallas."

The majority of Dallas residents continue to consider the abundance of homelessness, vagrancy, and panhandling a serious issue in the city.

Five former police officers from Memphis were each charged with one count of second-degree murder, aggravated assault ac...
01/27/2023
Five Memphis Officers Charged in Man's Death

Five former police officers from Memphis were each charged with one count of second-degree murder, aggravated assault acting in concert, two counts of aggravated kidnapping, two counts of official misconduct, and one count of official repression.

Five former police officers from Memphis, Tennessee, face criminal charges in connection with the death of Tyre Nichols.

An Arlington school official has been arrested for allegedly having s*x with a minor attending the school where he previ...
01/27/2023
Ex-School Admin Charged With S*xual Assault

An Arlington school official has been arrested for allegedly having s*x with a minor attending the school where he previously worked.

Authorities arrested a former school official in Arlington for allegedly having s*x with a minor who attended the private school where the suspect worked.

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