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SMU Basketball Game Against Wichita State Postponed Due To COVID Protocols

CBS Dallas-Fort Worth 1/18 4:45A CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — The current surge in COVID-19 cases is having an impact on collegiate basketball. On Tuesday, officials with the American Athletic Conference announced changes to the men’s basketball schedule. In a statement the AAC said:...

Omicron May Be Mild, But You Still Want to Avoid It

People Newspapers News 1/18 1:30A Bethany Erickson
By now, you probably know at least a dozen people in your social circle who have recently tested positive from the omicron variant of COVID-19, and most of them recovered quickly with little fanfare. But does that mean you shouldn't try to avoid...

Amazon May Be Planning a Galleria Store

People Newspapers Business 1/17 4:00A Staff Report
According to paperwork filed with the State of Texas, Amazon may be planning a store in the Galleria -- but what kind of store is still up for guesses. (Read time: 1.2 minutes)

New Year, New Laws

People Newspapers News 1/16 6:00A Bethany Erickson
When you toasted a New Year, you may not have realized that along with 2022, almost two dozen new laws went into effect at the stroke of midnight. (Read time: 4.3 minutes)

Dallas Increases Patrols Around Local Synagogues Amid Colleyville Standoff

People Newspapers News 1/15 5:26P Bethany Erickson
After an individual took four people hostage during Congregation Beth Israel's Shabbat service Saturday morning, Dallas officials moved to improve security at Jewish synagogues and other sites, unsure of the hostage-taker's motives. (Read time: 4...

Texas Border Patrol Agents Seize $284K Worth Of Marijuana

CBS Dallas-Ft. Worth News 1/14 5:24A News From CBS Channel 11 KTVT –
EDINBURG, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol agents interdicted two narcotics smuggling attempts resulting in the seizure of more than 350 pounds of marijuana and three arrests. On Jan. 11, Harlingen Border Patrol Station agents...

City Council on 2022-01-18 5:00 PM - Jan 18, 2022

UP City Council Meeting Agenda 1/13 11:36P
The agenda for City Council on 2022-01-18 5:00 PM dated Tuesday, 18 January 2022 has been published. Access it here: http://uptexas.granicus.com/AgendaViewer.php?view_id=2&event_id=392

500X Call for Entry – The College Expo 2022

Art News DFW 1/13 4:27P webmaster
Call for Entries for the upcoming COLLEGE EXPO 2022 juried by Jer Lisa Devesin Deadline to submit:  January 23rd. LEARN MORE https://www.500x.org 500X is proud to announce the open call for College...

North Texas Superintendents Face Challenges, Several Stepping Aside

NBC DFW 1/13 3:44P Candace Sweat
During what’s being called the great resignation, leaders in public education are making waves as well. Dallas ISD superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa is one of the latest among a handful of North Texas Superintendents stepping aside from the...

UPPD Investigating Bicycle Thefts

People Newspapers News 1/13 11:27A Rachel Snyder
University Park police are looking for a pickup truck and a suspect in recent bicycle thefts in the city. (Read time: 1.2 minutes)

Buildings Bulldozed In Southeast Corner of Snider Plaza

People Newspapers News 1/12 4:57A Rachel Snyder
The buildings that once housed longtime Snider Plaza business Peggy Sue BBQ, Lane Florist, Logos Bookstore, Arman Jewelry, and a tailor are no more. Demolition work began on the buildings Jan. 10.

Texas Needs a Lone Star Space Plan To Keep Its Advantage

People Newspapers News 1/12 2:00A Margaret Spellings
Just outside Van Horn, four private crewmembers – including actor William Shatner – lifted off in a rocket built by Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos’ space flight company.
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