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One man killed in south Fort Worth apartment shooting

One man has died in a south Fort Worth shooting overnight. Just before 11:30 p.m. gunfire was heard at The Valley at Cobb Park, an apartment complex on Robert Street near South Riverside. Police arrived to find two men shot. One died and the other is listed in critical condition....
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Dallas Observer

TikTok Takes Stupidity to a Criminal Level and DISD Is Calling the FBI About It

Well, TikTok, you did it again. First you were eating Tide Pods, then licking public toilets. Now it's come to committing felonies. We thought the app's users had reached the pinnacle of stupidity through the dangerous #milkcratechallenge, but TikTok said "nah." Last week, the “devious licks” challenge hit TikTok, and...

Crowley teacher accused of excessive force on student

CROWLEY, Texas - A teacher in a suburban Fort Worth city is on leave, accused of excessive force on a student. Students at Crowley Ninth Grade Campus shot video of the incident and posted it on social media. "The video is disturbing and unacceptable. The improper actions taken by the...

Dallas couple asked to leave restaurant for wearing masks inside

DALLAS (KXAN) — A Dallas-area couple say they were asked to leave a restaurant last week — after the restaurant said they’d broken its policy against wearing masks. Natalie Wester says she and her husband Jose were dining at the Hang Time grill in Rowlett, a Dallas suburb, when their server approached and asked them to take off their face masks. The couple, who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19, say they’re cautious about public outings because of their four-month-old immunocompromised child.

Texas couple kicked out of restaurant after wearing masks

A Texas restaurant tossed out a couple who wore face coverings to protect their immunocompromised 4-year-old son – and its owner is defending the move, saying “I don’t want masks in here.”. Natalie Wester and her husband went to Hang Time Bar & Grill in Rowlett earlier this month with...
Dallas News

Rapper Drake invests in Nashville hot chicken restaurant in Dallas

Rapper Drake has made an investment in Dave’s Hot Chicken, Bloomberg reports. The spicy chicken company has exploded in popularity since it started in a parking lot in Los Angeles in May 2017. The company now has 22 restaurants, including one in Far North Dallas. Another Dave’s is opening soon...
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Dallas-area couple kicked out of bar and restaurant for wearing masks

ROWLETT, Texas (KTRK) -- A couple from the Dallas area were asked to leave a restaurant because they were seen wearing masks, and the owner says he's going to continue enforcing his "no face mask" rule. Natalie Wester and her husband visited Hang Time Sports Grill & Bar in Rowlett,...

Bring a Fishing Pole: Celina $1.45 Billion Development Is Nature-Inspired

Celina’s ongoing expansion plans are beginning to sound like a broken record. This week, it was announced that a $1.45 billion master-planned community is in the works for the booming exurb. Prosper-based Tellus Group LLC is developing Mosaic, a 760-acre residential community that will have approximately 3,000 single-family, high-end homes.
Dallas Observer

Parry Avenue Barbecue Company Readies to Open

Leo Morales is serious about ribs. Not even a thick beard can hide the excitement and toil on his face when he talks about ribs. It comes from a labor of love developed through years of experimentation and cooking. In fact, he’s so proud of his ribs that he's willing to make a bold claim.

Suck It Jerky and Pickles officially opens Old Town Keller storefront

Suck It Jerky and Pickles officially opened in Old Town Keller at 121 Olive St. on Sept. 16, the jerky shop announced in a Facebook post. Suck It Jerky and Pickles got its start selling its products at the Keller Farmers Market and online. Aside from jerky, the shop also sells pickles and hot sauce made without preservatives or sugar. Owner and curator Scott Spielman said he prides himself on creating products with ingredients that customers can read and pronounce. 817-296-4161.