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- Actress Finds More Freedom With “Bionic” Arm March 7, 2015Actress Angel Giuffria was born without an arm and for years she had the same type of prosthesis -- one that was only able to 'grip'.
- Ethics Reviews Come Amid Ties Between Police Chiefs & Taser Int’l March 7, 2015Two big cities are reviewing their ethics policies after the CBS 11 News I-Team and The Associated Press reported on how their police chiefs were closely linked to a company that won contracts to supply officers with body cameras.
- States Say Obama Administration Misled Judge On Immigration March 6, 2015Texas leads a coalition of states suing to stop President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration. They allege the government misled a judge about not implementing part of the plan before the judge temporarily halted it.
- SMU Students Mark History Milestone With Trip To Selma March 6, 2015They are marching back in history to mark a major milestone. Students from Southern Methodist University loaded into buses Friday and set off -- bound for Selma, Alabama.
- Convicted Murderer Routh Moved To Texas Prison Intake Center March 6, 2015Routh was convicted of capital murder in the 2013 deaths of Kyle and Chad Littlefield after jurors rejected his insanity defense. Prosecutors didn't seek the death penalty.
- Texas Unemployment Drops To 4.4 Percent In January March 6, 2015The unemployment rate in Texas fell to 4.4 percent in January, marking the fifth straight month of declines.
- It’s Time To ‘Spring Forward’ As Daylight Saving Time Returns March 6, 2015It may be hard to tell with the recent bout of ice and snow across North Texas, but spring is closer than you think and here’s a sure sign: daylight saving time arrives this weekend.
- Super Bowl Seating Trial To Heat Up When Jerry Jones Testifies March 6, 2015The Super Bowl seating trial will intensify next Tuesday afternoon when Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will take the witness stand and testify.
- Students Return To Lakewood Elementary Following CO Scare March 6, 2015More than 800-students this morning return to classes at Lakewood Elementary School in Dallas, after a carbon monoxide leak forced an evacuation Tuesday.
- Rick Perry’s Supporters Launch Super PAC March 6, 2015As former Texas Gov. Rick Perry readies a second presidential campaign, his supporters have created a super PAC devoted to his 2016 ambitions.