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Mockingbird Lane pedestrian bridge rises again and more Dallas city news

Mockingbird Lane pedestrian bridge rises again and more Dallas city news The Dallas City Council voted to change the ethics ordinance so that the only people who can file a complaint have to be involved personally; just knowing about it or having a belief there is an ethics problem is no longer sufficient. The vote […]

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Dallas Cowboys: Latest Free-Agency News and Rumors

Dallas Cowboys: Latest Free-Agency News and Rumors With the draft process in full swing, the Dallas Cowboys must also turn their attention to the free-agency period that officially beings March 10. The Cowboys have shown that their philosophy in free agency is to find good values that fill needs, which … Full News here – Read […]

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Concert news: Rush will bring its 40th anniversary tour to Dallas in May

Concert news: Rush will bring its 40th anniversary tour to Dallas in May First, a few words from the Mario Tarradell review of Rush's 2012 concert at American Airlines Center: “It was … a whopping three hours, sliced in half by a 20-minute intermission. For [Neil] Peart, 60, [Geddy] Lee and [Alex] Lifeson, both 59, […]

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Mayor Mike Rawlings' letter gets leaked and more news from around Dallas

Mayor Mike Rawlings' letter gets leaked and more news from around Dallas Fortunately, we can protest that in the streets, thanks to a move by the Dallas City Council. Check out those stories and more of what happened this week in Dallas news: Trinity River toll road shenanigans. Even though nooooobody wants a toll road […]

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Bush signs new book in DallasDallas News | myFOXdfw.com

Bush signs new book in Dallas – Dallas News | myFOXdfw.com Former President George W. Bush was in Dallas Thursday signing copies of his new book. The book "41: A Portrait of my Father" came out Tuesday. It's described as an intimate biography of George H.W. Bush's life and career. People started lining up in […]

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Goodbye Ebola, hello Arctic blast: This week in Dallas city news

Goodbye Ebola, hello Arctic blast: This week in Dallas city news Dallas had 32 percent turnout, down from 37 percent in 2010, and voted Democrat, almost all the way: favoring Wendy Davis over winner Greg Abbott for governor, and David Alameel over winner John Cornyn for senator. The only exception: Craig Watkins, … Full News here […]

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news Dozens of Dallas residents who had contact with the only U.S.-diagnosed Ebola fatality were headed back into their communities Monday after their 21-day monitoring period concluded without any signs of the virus. As of late afternoon, 51 people had … Full News here – Read more on USA TODAY

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news The patient — who has been isolated since his symptoms were recognized — is an unnamed man in intensive care at Texas Health Presbyterian hospital in Dallas. Hospital workers noted his case because of his symptoms and recent travel history. It is not … Full News here – Read more on USA TODAY

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Dallas Dining News and Reviews, Served Daily

Dallas Dining News and Reviews, Served Daily The renovations are detailed and strategic–even down to the interior paint job, which was taken from a photo of a bright, Texas sky and matched specifically for The Shed, said Emily Valentino, director of operations for Dallas Farmers Market. The end … Full News here – Read more […]

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It's Stranger Than Paradise. And it's free for Dallas Morning News subscribers

It's Stranger Than Paradise. And it's free for Dallas Morning News subscribers … It's funny to think there was once no such thing as a Jim Jarmush film. The droll (but not cute) dialogue, the Zen-like storytelling, the perfectly framed shots: It's all been around forever, right? 8 p.m. Thursday, August 7, I'll host a […]

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Several Tarrant hospitals ranked on annual U.S. News Best Hospitals list

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth and Baylor Regional Medical Center in Grapevine are ranked among the top 10 hospitals in Dallas/Fort Worth by U.S. News & World Report. Full News here – Star-Telegram.com: Latest Headlines

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Dallas Cowboys Free Agency News & Rumors 2014: Will the Defense Improve

Dallas Cowboys Free Agency News & Rumors 2014: Will the Defense Improve … The Dallas Cowboys haven't made the playoffs since 2009. Only twice in their franchise history have they failed to make the playoffs five consecutive seasons. The first time was from 1960-1964 and the second time was from 1986 to 1990. This upcoming … […]

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Amazing News About I-345 and the Trinity Toll Road

Rudy Bush over at the Morning News reports that there are bits of brain and skull all over the walls of the conference room in the editorial department because his colleague Rodger Jones’ head just exploded. Admittedly, I am reading between the lines. What Bush is reporting is that the editorial board just met with […]

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CBS 11 News: What is Reparative Therapy?

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The Texas Republican party made headlines for endorsing “reparative therapy,” a psychological approach that claims to effectively change the sexual orientation of adults, from gay to straight. And for one local marriage and family therapist, the recent spotlight on the controversial therapy hit close to home. “I never identified as gay, but […]

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Rudy Bush Is the Best Morning News Columnist, And It’s Not Close

The Dallas Morning News made Rudy Bush a columnist a few months back, and while I always enjoyed his work as the paper’s city hall reporter, I wasn’t sure how he would do when freed from the “gotta see both sides” nature of his previous gig. I was dead wrong. Whether or not you agree […]

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