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At least 11 people were killed in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and many others were injured as an overnight storms spawned tornadoes; In the coming years, Texas can expect more blistering heat, extreme rainfall and devastating droughts, according to a new report by the state’s climatologist; American Airlines replaced its legal team representing it…
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The Dallas school board approved a roughly $1.9 billion budget Thursday that cuts hundreds of central staff and campus-based positions; Housing costs price families out of neighborhood schools, straining Richardson ISD budget; BJ’s Wholesale Club is coming to Texas, land of Costco and Sam’s; Traveling NBA and NHL fans will add to the packed flights…
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"Eatertainment" venues are popping up all over D-FW, and now Trinity Groves is revamping its restaurant park to include mini golf and pickleball. The Dallas Morning News food team discusses this restaurants-as-playgrounds trend and why Dallas is the best place for it. They also share the heartwarming story of a local restaurant saved by its fans be…
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, David Moore and Evan Grant discuss [4:30] the conference finals run by the Mavs and Stars, the first time in Dallas history both have made it that far simultaneously. Kevin likes the Stars’ chances of advancing better than the Mavs’. David acknowledges the Mavs as underdogs but believes their defense and the pr…
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American Airlines says ‘error’ was made in blaming Texas girl for being filmed in bathroom; Greg Abbott gives $2.3 million to GOP runoff candidates who back his ‘school choice’ plan; Texas says skip the sales tax on plants, grass, mulch, energy and water saving products Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Dallas City Council to consider resolution condemning Texas’ new immigration law; Donald Trump returning to Dallas for campaign fundraiser; Photographer declines to pursue charges in assault case Dallas police tied to Rashee Rice; Planned Peppa Pig Theme Park in North Texas draws criticism over meats on menu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
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Is Chili’s closing? No, and the Dallas company wishes you’d stop asking; D-FW ranks second in the nation in home sales, active listings as spring selling heats up; Family of man who died after fight at On the Border sues the Irving restaurant group; Top Dallas leaders Jon Fortune, Genesis Gavino to leave for Austin to work for former boss Learn mor…
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In Dallas speech, Donald Trump tells NRA crowd gun rights are ‘under siege'; No body cam footage of Scottie Scheffler’s Louisville arrest, reports say; Texas has added 306,000 jobs since last April, new estimates show; Dallas police begin enforcing controversial prostitution ordinance 7 months after tweaks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit po…
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Crime reports on Dallas Area Rapid Transit trains, buses and at stops increased 18% for the second quarter of 2024 over the same time last year after the agency added 100 armed security officers to increase safety. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor The Dallas Morning News
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"Influential TikTok food critic Keith Lee came to Dallas-Fort Worth in January, and the 10 restaurants he visited are still feeling the effects, good and bad. One restaurant owner has seen business explode, and he's poised for expansion. Others are still receiving negative feedback from Lee's followers. The Dallas Morning News food team discusses t…
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Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson is asking the city’s top lawyer to determine whether former City Manager T.C. Broadnax should be receiving severance pay; DFW International Airport is eyeing 38 new restaurants, shops and services spread throughout its terminals as it begins construction this year on a sixth terminal and other improvements; Dallas’ new chi…
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If you thought your umbrella and rainboots were getting extra use this spring, you’re probably right; Dallas officials and the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System forge ways to fill a $3 billion pension shortfall; the dismantling of diversity, equity and inclusion programs at Texas universities has led to the firing of several hundred staff membe…
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, [2:15] Evan Grant and David Moore discuss the twin second-round series of the Stars and Mavs: One team on the verge of making its conference finals after another dominating win; the other blowing a chance to do the same with an inexcusable loss. Not only was the Mavs’ free throw shooting horrendous, their super…
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Authorities are asking for the public’s help to identify two people who robbed a mail carrier in Addison earlier this month; the Dallas City Council is considering whether to divert a portion of its funding for the Dallas Area Rapid Transit to tackle the city’s pension crisis; Dallas is dog obsessed along with Austin and San Antonio; and, new from …
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Dallas police Chief Eddie García on Thursday fired an officer accused of falsifying time cards, forging documents and committing theft over the course of three months; drones and autonomous vehicles may soon be delivering food and medicine to Arlington area residents; more details emerge on why Rashee Rice is suspected in a recent assault; and Amer…
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The Dallas Morning News food team returns with their weekly podcast on all things restaurants, drinks and cooking in North Texas. Hosts Erin Booke, Sarah Blaskovich, Claire Ballor and Imelda Garcia sit down with new producer Billy Kidd and social media coordinator Carmina Tiscareño to talk Dairy Queen, Fritos vs. Cheetos, new kitchen gadgets and mo…
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Harassment and safety concerns are distracting Jewish students at the University of Texas at Dallas, particularly on days when pro-Palestinian rallies are happening; a dangerous road that runs through downtown Dallas will get a second look from the city following a number of crashes; Dallas environmental officials are considering a new program that…
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, Evan Grant and David Moore [4:30] talk about the Mavs and Stars each advancing to the second round for the first time in 21 years. Kevin says Jake Oettinger will have to step up from his regular-season performance against Colorado in which he gave up an average of five goals a game. David tells us when the Mavs…
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Police officials said Rice, a former Richland High School and SMU star, is accused in the case; a Dallas priest is accused of inappropriately touching two children; White Rock Medical Center has resumed accepting patients by ambulance after halting emergency medical services transports because of significant layoffs; the Dallas Stars lost 4-3 in OT…
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Allen mall erects mass shooting memorial sculpture; a new professional sports team may be calling the Cotton Bowl home soon; White Rock Medical Center stopped receiving patients transported by emergency medical services this weekend after laying off nearly 35% of its staff Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Dallas voters overwhelmingly passed a $1.25 billion bond package Saturday, paving the way for upgrades to city streets, sidewalks, parks, storm drainage, libraries and other buildings and infrastructure over five years; The city’s 15 cultural facilities will receive $75.2 million, or a little over 6%, of the $1.25 billion bond package, which local …
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The City Plan Commission could vote today on a compromise that would help residents in the Floral Farms community avoid future environmental problems like Shingle Mountain that once towered over their neighborhood. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor The Dallas Morning News
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This past month was the wettest April in five years and had two instances when the total rainfall broke daily records, according to data from the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor The Dallas Morning News
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Dallas officials didn’t notify city permitting office employees that the office tower they worked in for months had fire code violations and numerous problems with its fire-protection systems, a city official said Monday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor The Dallas Morning News
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, David Moore and Evan Grant discuss [1:12] the Cowboys’ draft and why, why, why they didn’t take a running back. David provides insight into the Cowboys’ thinking and what they got right, namely, the offensive line, and what the signing of Zeke Elliott means. [24:45] Evan says the Rangers did about as well as co…
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Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday the state will ignore new federal regulations that require government-funded schools to protect gender identity under rules prohibiting sex discrimination; Human error, systems failure contributed to Wilmer-Hutchins shooting; UT campus police arrest dozens of pro-Palestinian protesters after encampment set up; Miranda L…
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Rising temperatures will worsen risk of drought, wildfires and excessive rain, state climatologist projects; Garland and Dallas County school districts say they are tightening their security protocols on their campuses in the wake of a rash of school shootings in North Texas; And Southwest Airlines is reconsidering its open seating policy, a dramat…
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Four UT Southwestern Medical Center police officers were identified in court filings this week as those accused in the death of Kenneth Knotts; Dallas City Council earlier this week adopted the annual plan for the city’s land bank program; Governor Greg Abbott signed into law a new measure that requires armed personnel on every public school campus…
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School safety, teacher retention and student success are the key focuses of candidates as two seats on the Dallas school board are up for grabs; a Dallas City Council committee meeting to investigate why city employees were allowed to work in an office tower that violated fire code will be delayed one week; the Dallas City Council on Wednesday appr…
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, Evan Grant and David Moore [15:42] do their own three-round mock draft, and Evan, initially the reluctant drafter, goes all in with a trade netting three third-rounders. David tells us if our picks are on the Cowboys’ radar (Hint: Yes). Kevin simultaneously makes his picks and criticizes them. [2:07] Evan break…
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One person is dead and four people were injured after a driver crashed into a DART train Monday evening in Dallas; FoxTrot's four Dallas locations closed permanently Tuesday; Arlington nuns embroiled in a bitter feud with the Fort Worth diocese are seeking a restraining order against a slew of Catholic officials; and Plano City Council unanimously …
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Dallas officials are poised to approve a 15-year deal designed to bring the WNBA’s Dallas Wings to the downtown convention center arena, three city officials told The Dallas Morning News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor The Dallas Morning News
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Dallas could lose one of its eight seats on the Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s 15-member board as well as the simple majority needed to advance its transit related priorities if the city’s population trend continues; Dallas residents complained about City Hall’s approach to serving Spanish-speaking residents and the lack of translation of citywide inf…
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An 11-story Dallas-owned office tower that housed some city permitting department workers but closed last week due to building concerns had fire code violations during at least three city inspections in February and April, records show. Texas teachers who are trained through intensive residency programs will soon get extra recognition; the lawsuit …
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Dallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax’s resignation was in works a week before announcement; the student accused of shooting and wounding a classmate Friday inside a Dallas ISD high school did so “intentionally”; a Dallas school trustee wants to address gun violence in schools with the community; And a lucky Lewisville resident won $1 million in a rece…
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, Evan Grant and David Moore discuss the big events in Dallas this spring. [5:45] Evan tells us what to expect of Jack Leiter in his start Thursday as well as whether Jose Leclerc’s problems are mechanical or mental. [28:45] David says he’s never seen Jerry Jones so tone-deaf regarding fans’ disappointment in the…
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A Dallas couple is suing Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice and SMU cornerback Theodore “Teddy” Knox in connection with a multivehicle crash last month that injured them and at least five others; students at Wilmer-Hutchins High School staged a walkout Monday, saying they do not feel safe at school; the alleged gunman who fired into the w…
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The warm, dry and sunny weather that lasted throughout the weekend will likely end later Monday as storms are forecast to roll through Dallas-Fort Worth; a woman died and 8 people were injured in a shooting incident late Saturday night; high speed rail from Dallas to Houston got a boost; and Scottie Scheffler won his second Green Jacket at the Mast…
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Plano city officials are seeking a court order to investigate a strip mall spa they believe is a front for prostitution and human trafficking; a Southern Methodist University football player has been suspended; an 11-story office building Dallas spent at least $14 million on to relocate city permitting employees and other workers is closed due to i…
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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice faces eight charges in connection with a multivehicle hit-and-run crash last month; Dallas strip clubs’ lawsuit seeking exemption from curfew should be dismissed; Antisemitic bullying at Dallas high school alleged in federal civil rights complaint; Conservation, indigenous groups sue Texas Parks and Wild…
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A federal grand jury indicted a former Houston entrepreneur who now resides in Dallas on six counts of wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud and using funds for unauthorized purchases, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Predictions about traffic backups caused by the approximately half-million visitors to the region for the solar eclipse did not prove true Monday; Irving U.S.Republican Representative Beth Van Duyne is urging New York police officers to seek employment in North Texas; and an eclipse baby was born in Dallas yesterday. Learn more about your ad choice…
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Headed to downtown Dallas during the solar eclipse? You could see highway exit closures; Suspect in Oak Cliff fatal shooting was in relationship with youth minister’s ex-wife; Real estate investors still hot on D-FW, plan to buy more in 2024; Election vendor hits Texas counties with unexpected surcharge for software Learn more about your ad choices…
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The lawyer representing Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice said Thursday the NFL player told police he was driving one of the cars involved in Saturday’s multivehicle hit-and-run collision. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor The Dallas Morning News
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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice said he met with Dallas police Wednesday and takes “full responsibility” for his part in a multivehicle hit-and-run collision over the weekend, according to a statement sent to The Dallas Morning News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Dallas officials urge folks to stay off city roads if possible on Monday, April 8; a poultry facility in Farwell reported a positive test for bird flu and temporarily ceased operations; a Dallas couple injured this weekend in a hit-and-run collision that police believe may involve NFL wide receiver Rashee Rice is considering their legal options. Le…
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, Evan Grant and David Moore discuss [2:06] another debilitating injury for Rangers third baseman Josh Jung, who’s probably out for two months, and the repercussions for the lineup. Evan also tells us about the future of Jose Leclerc at closer and the uptick on the bases otherwise. David discusses [17:09] the pos…
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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice issued his first statement through a legal representative Monday about the six-vehicle collision in Dallas this weekend that police believe may have involved him; the average price at the pump for a gallon of regular in Dallas is $3.27, up from $3.07 a month ago and $3.17 a year ago; SMU men’s basketball…
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