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FW Doctor Infected with Ebola Virus While Working in Liberia

Liberia — A Fort Worth doctor, working with a humanitarian organization, has been infected with the deadly Ebola virus while treating ill patients in Liberia. 244 more words

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Body of Missing Elderly Woman Found Near Arlington Canal

Arlington– It wasn’t the outcome family members wanted, after their 84-year-old loved one was reported missing.

Late Saturday night, Arlington police found the body of Dahabo Elmi in a canal less than half a mile from her apartment. 130 more words

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Local College Students Stranded in Israel During Trip

As the deadly conflict in the Mideast rages on, some local university students found themselves directly impacted by the war.

Six students, and one professor, from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie were in Israel on an archeological trip. 186 more words

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Dallas Gets In The Groove For National Dance Day

Dallas– It seems as if every day is a special day in America. We have National Ice Cream Day and there’s even a National Alien Abduction Day. 181 more words

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Haltom High Hosts 'Back To School Health Fair'

Haltom City- It’s the four word phrase that indicates summer vacation is coming to an end for North Texas kids: Back to school fair.

Yep! It may be hard to believe but another school year is just around the corner. 119 more words

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Protesters Picket Outside Judge Clay Jenkins Home

Dallas — A group of immigration protesters gathered outside Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins’ Highland Park home on Saturday.  The group organized its efforts on Facebook. 247 more words

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Indie Rocker Deborah Vial Returns to Dallas Roots

With her soulful and seasoned sound, indie rocker Deborah Vial returned to her North Texas roots.

“I started singing in the church, and then into the gay bars,” Vial explained. 142 more words

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