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Fort Worth mom part of social network connecting those needing baby formula

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) - A network of moms across the country is helping families in North Texas find the formula they need to feed their babies.While parents in Dallas-Forth Worth are seeing mostly empty shelves where formula should be at stores across the metroplex, that's not the case everywhere."It just seems like Texas is really getting the brunt of the shortage, and a lot of other states don't really have it as bad," said Jaquelyn Medrano, a Fort Worth mom. "And so why not helping each other?"Medrano's friend Emily Swanson, who lives in Denver, started posting on Facebook what she...
FORT WORTH, TX
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Game Changer: Catholic Charities Fort Worth gifts truck to man in need

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) - With the rising costs of everything from the gas you put in your car to the soaring rent prices, it's a struggle out there for many families. On Wednesday, one man in Fort Worth got a break. The smile on Fred Berry's face said it all when he first saw the 2012 Chevrolet Silverado that is now his. "I was amazed, I didn't think it was going to be like that, it's a nice truck," said Berry. Berry never owned a car before Wednesday taking the bus to and from school and work, consuming his time. "His life it literally changed...
FORT WORTH, TX
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Eintracht Frankfurt beat Rangers in shootout to win Europa League final

Eintracht Frankfurt beat Rangers 5-4 on penalties on Wednesday in Seville to win the Europa League title and claim their first European trophy in 42 years. Eintracht keeper Kevin Trapp saved Aaron Ramsey's spot kick -- Rangers' fourth -- while Eintracht were flawless in their execution, scoring all five. The game had finished 1-1 after 120 minutes of regular and extra time.
ARLINGTON, TX
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Mrs. Opal Lee Honored as Fort Worth Inc. Magazine 2022 Person of the Year

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) - For Fort Worth's Mrs. Opal Lee, grace prepares to come full circle. From victim of racial hatred... to toast of the city.On Thursday, she will be honored as the Fort Worth Inc. magazine 2022 Person of the Year.  A Thursday evening gathering at the Fort Worth Club will honor her and the 2022 list of The 400 Most Influential People in Fort Worth. "I'm overwhelmed... I really don't know how to act," shares the 95 year old Lee. "I want to do a holy dance... but they say I'm twerking," she adds with a wicked chuckle. "That's how...
FORT WORTH, TX
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ATE DAY8 a Week // March 18-24, 2022

1.) Thursday is when my beloved Mexican Pizza is back on the menu at Taco Bell locations around the country. This fact requires no further explanation. If you know, you know. #GuiltyPleasure. 2.) Central Market wants to know, are you really into Texas Sampling? Tasting stations will be set up...
FORT WORTH, TX
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Fort Worth Resident Wins $1 Million in Texas Lottery Scratch-Off

A Fort Worth resident just became an "Instant Millionaire." The winner claimed a prize of $1 million prize after playing the Texas Lottery scratch ticket game Instant Millionaire. The ticket was purchased at RaceTrac #123, located at 1840 Eastchase Parkway, in Fort Worth. The winner has chosen to remain anonymous.
FORT WORTH, TX

Fort Worth resident an 'Instant Millionaire' after buying winning Texas Lottery scratch ticket

AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) - Fort Worth is home to an 'Instant Millionaire,' after a resident claimed a second-tier prize of $1 million in the Texas Lottery scratch ticket game.The ticket was bought at a RaceTrac store on 1840 Eastchase Parkway, in Fort Worth. The claimant elected to remain anonymous.According to the lottery, this was the 37th of 40 second-tier prizes worth $1 million claimed in this game. Instant Millionaire offers more than $519 million in total prizes, including 10 top prizes of $2.5 million. Overall odds of winning any prize in the game are one in 3.20, including break-even prizes. 
FORT WORTH, TX
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Rush Bowls opening in DFW

Rush Bowls, a Colorado-based concept known for its meals-in-a-bowl, is opening by month's end in the Dallas Fort Worth area, under the direction of the husband-and-wife duo, Mike and April Fuchs. Located in Park Village at 1151 E. Southlake Blvd., the restaurant will be the fourth location the couple has...
DALLAS, TX
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Review: Shell Shack For Crabs, Shrimp, Crawfish and More

After a short wait you are approached table-side by a perky member of the waitstaff who scribbles their name on the white butcher paper clad table and asks for your favorite beverage. There is plenty to choose from at Shell Shack, now with locations spread across Dallas and Fort Worth, no doubt with more on the way. We order, we drink. Then the decision time arrives, what to order from this seemingly vast menu.
DALLAS, TX

5 Quick Getaways For Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend is quickly approaching, some people like to stay home to hang out and bbq and some like to getaway. Before we get to the getaway spots, let's remember why we celebrate the weekend. Memorial Day is a day to honor those who have lost their lives defending this great nation we live in.
LUBBOCK, TX

Watch for animals in distress from extreme heat

The Fort Worth Animal Shelter reminds residents to keep an eye open for animals that may be struggling in the extreme heat. In extremely high temperatures, an animal will struggle to lose excess body heat through evaporation. The situation is worsened if humidity is high or if there is no breeze. Tell-tale signs of heat stress: panting, increased respiration rate, increased drinking, loss of appetite and lethargy.
FORT WORTH, TX
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Top 5 Most Popular Korean Restaurants in Arlington, Texas

This list is based on prior customer reviews. This fast-food Korean restaurant is always awesome and perfectly solves cravings. The clean, bright, and busy restaurant has a quick-moving line, so before you know it, it’s crunch time. They have great quality Korean-style corn dogs that are worth every trip. With lots of great flavors to choose from, it’s probably best to order a couple.
ARLINGTON, TX
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