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2014 College Football Countdown: TCU Horned Frogs

Carlos Mendez of the Forth Worth Star-Telegram talks with Mitch Evans about the upcoming TCU Horned Frogs football season. They talk about how the Horned Frogs can recover from their 4-8 season in 2013, problems that could arise from their two quarterback and two offensive coordinator system, why the rushing defense will continue to be the strength of the team, how competitive college football has become in the Lone Star State with so many dominant programs, if TCU can achieve the success they once had in the MWC, and more. 7 more words


Oklahoma PIKEPASS works in Texas!

OKLAHOMA CITY —  Oklahoma PIKEPASS customers can now use PIKEPASS on North Texas Tollway Authority toll roads.

It’s part of an agreement between the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority and the North Texas Tollway Authority. 155 more words


Sometimes First Class Isn't

My recent trip home from Texas was….how shall we say ….interesting.  You never know what you are going to encounter when you travel these days and this trip was the perfect example of how the unexpected is just that. 1,144 more words


Robber Beats up Grandma for Purse, as Shoppers Stood by and Watched


A Fort Worth grandma was robbed and beaten in broad daylight while onlookers recorded the incident with cell phones. 322 more words


Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

[caption id="attachment_6225" align="alignnone" width="300"]The site of the BLACK ATTACK The site of the BLACK ATTACK[/caption] [caption id="attachment_6227" align="alignnone" width="250"]Inga Evans, age 73--victim of the BLACK ATTACK Inga Evans, age 73--victim of the BLACK ATTACK[/caption] The BLACK ATTACK: Episode # Six Gazillion and One--Police are looking for a black female and a black male driver who drove her away. Note white Grandma's injuries, shown clearly in her interview. She's lucky she's not dead. And it all happened in broad daylight, with everyone standing around with their fingers up their asses and their cameras rolling. {Since the video didn't reblog, just click on the link to the original to see what a grandmother who took a beating looks like.} The Daily Kenn is also covering this story and has the video posted on their site. Here's their report:

Nearly a dozen people stood and watched as an elderly grandmother was beaten and robbed in a Walmart parking lot. A security video shows a large black woman approached her in a vehicle. The attacker stopper her car, hopped out, and began wailing on 73-year-old Inga Evans. Police say the only trace of the attacker is a transaction made at a nearby McDonalds with Evans' debit card. From our source we read: A Fort Worth grandmother says she was beaten and robbed in the middle of the day as people stood nearby and watched it happen. The attack happened Friday afternoon in the parking lot of a Fort Worth Walmart. Victim Inga Evans, 73, now worries about others until her attacker is caught. Each time she closes her eyes, it's the same nightmare for Evans. “I’m so afraid to go to the grocery store; anywhere,” said Evans. The torturing mental images she remembers can be seen on surveillance video. Around noon on Friday, Inga is seen walking through the Walmart parking lot on Berry Street when she's approached by a woman. “She was built stocky; she was like a tank,” said Evans. The woman wanted Evans’ purse. “I wasn't going to just give her my purse,” said Evans. The woman then tried to grab it, and Evans put up a fight as the woman allegedly hit her in the face. Evans fell to the concrete, and the attacker got the purse and a cell phone and took off. Aside from trying to use Evans’ stolen debit card at a McDonald's down the street, Fort Worth police have no trace of the attacker. “I am sure I wasn't the first one, and if they don't catch her, I will not be the last,” said Evans. Evans sustained cuts, aches and busted blood vessels, but perhaps her greatest injury is what can’t be seen. “I see her in front of me all the time,” said Evans. “…My confidence, my belief in humankind that 10 people stood there watching it and nobody, nobody came to help.” Evans’ neighbor, Teresa Matthews, now goes with her everywhere for safety reasons. “They're cruel,” said Matthews. “Whoever did it needs to be caught.”

Dallas-Fort Worth economy reaches $440.1 billion (outranking 17 of the World's economies!)

by Caty Hirst, the Star Telegram – June 20, 2014

DALLAS — With orange construction cones marking expansions on most major thoroughfares and new houses popping up like daisies, it’s no secret that Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing metros in the United States. 897 more words

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