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- Prime Prep, Charter School Started By Deion Sanders Closed January 31, 2015Prime Prep Academy, the charter school co-founded by Deion Sanders, closed today.
- Judge To Rule On Motion To End Midland Veterans Parade Crash Trial January 31, 2015A Midland judge says he will rule next week on a motion from Union Pacific Railroad to end the civil trial involving people who were hurt or whose family members died when a freight train struck a veterans parade float.
- Specialized Veterinary Care Worth The Price For Pet Owners January 31, 2015Precious is just that - precious for Connie and Sparky Sparks. The 9-year-old pit bull is the baby of the family and their best friend.
- Softball Team Plays For First Time Since Fatal Crash January 31, 2015For the first time since a deadly bus crash some college athletes are competing back on the field.
- DISD Superintendent Talks Teacher Union Criticism January 31, 2015Another misstep the Dallas School District can’t afford.
- Neighbors Describe Man Who Shot Fort Worth Officer January 30, 2015Fort Worth Police say the man accused of shooting Sgt. Shane Drake was Wendell King, 40, of Fort Worth. King died in the return fire.
- VIDEO: Gym Screwdriver Stabbing Surveillance Footage January 30, 2015Police have released surveillance video taken from inside an Irving gym, where a man repeatedly stabbed a woman with screwdriver earlier this week.
- Champion Barrel Racer Overcomes Adversity And Wins January 30, 2015In the heart of Texas -- right here -- lives a cowgirl with an inspiring story.
- After a Half Century, Lee Harvey Oswald’s Casket Gets a Final Resting Place January 30, 2015The ruling is in: The final resting place for Lee Harvey Oswald’s casket belongs to the assassin’s brother.
- Duncanville Man Shot, Killed In His Car Outside His Home January 30, 2015Duncanville Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man shortly before 7 am Friday.