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Dallas Teen Missing for a Month Found in Arlington: Police

A critically missing teen last seen in downtown Dallas was found Saturday according to the Dallas Police Department. Police tweeted Saturday that a 15-year-old Dallas girl missing since walking in the 1800 block of Commerce Street on April 27 had been located, police are still investigating the case. Dallas police...
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Find out why Tarrant County is paying to prosecute and defend 2 former jailers

Darien Kirk and Erik Gay were indicted in 2020 on charges of tampering with a government record with the intent to harm or defraud another. The state contends that Kirk and Gay lied about checking on 28-year-old Javonte Myers, an inmate who later died in his cell. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office lists Myers’ cause of death as a seizure disorder.
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There’s another election on Tuesday. Didn’t we just have one?

On May 7, Texans dragged themselves to the polls to vote in local elections that included two state propositions to ease property taxes. With that civic duty over, it’s time to ease into summer, right?. Not so fast. There’s another election coming. And then another one. Election-weary residents...
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COVID-19 cases slowly beginning to rise in North Texas

DALLAS - The number of COVID-19 cases is slowly going up in North Texas. Hospitalizations are still pretty low, though. There were 351 new cases reported in Collin and Denton counties on Sunday. Dallas and Tarrant counties will report their numbers later in the week. But the best measure is...
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Severe thunderstorm watch for parts of North Texas

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) - Storms are developing along a cold front moving North Texas. The front has already moved through Tarrant County and is now making its way through Dallas County.While most of the storms will continue to develop ahead of the front in the warm sector, we could still see an isolated storm in the Metroplex. Quarter size hail and damaging winds to 60 mph are the main threats.Temperatures have already fallen behind the front and they will continue to tumble through the evening, so if you are headed out later, grab a jacket; it will be colder when you return home than when you left the house. Northwesterly winds will gust to 30 mph.You may even want a jacket tomorrow morning with temperatures in the upper 50s. We are going from nearly 10 degrees above normal to nearly 10 degrees below normal tomorrow afternoon. Afternoon highs stay in the mid- to upper-60s to lower-70s in North Texas. Winds will also be breezy, adding a bite to the air.
FORT WORTH, TX

Comanche Trail neighborhood due for stormwater improvements

The city’s Transportation & Public Works Department is hosting a virtual community meeting to discuss stormwater improvements to Comanche Trail. Culvert improvements for Comanche Trail between Malaga Drive and Marina Drive will address existing hazards from floodwaters overtopping the location. In conjunction with the culvert improvements, the road will be widened and a 10-foot sidewalk will be installed on the south side of the roadway.
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Bishop Cider Buys Two Fort Worth Area Breweries, Plans a Major Beer Expansion With Cidercade Power

Bishop Cider announced purchase of Wild Acre Brewing, including its massive property near downtown Fort Worth. When the husband and wife co-founders of Bishop Cider opened their quaint 700-square-foot cider bar in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District near Lockhart Smokehouse in 2014, who would have ever guessed it would lead to this? Joel Malone and Laura Malone are purchasing two Tarrant County breweries — Legal Draft Beer Co. and Wild Acre Brewing — and they aren’t just dipping their toes into the beer world. They are kicking open the door and taking some serious ground.
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