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The store opened in the Village at Fairview more than two years ago. Before that the store operated as Legacy Books in Plano.
The native Texan was raised outside Beaumont and became one of the most revered names in Nashville.
For the Fort Worth festival's 41st anniversary, tickets purchased before 11:55 p.m. April 26 are $4.72 for adults and $2.95 for children, seniors, and military.
So says the medical examiner's office. Ty Pickens died in January.
Welcome to Dallas.
The person replaces Graeme Jenkins. More to come.
It's the first major convention center in the U.S. to be named after a woman, Mayor Mike Rawlings pointed out.
Owner Jay Jerrier said she was "super nice" and ordered four pizzas. Let's hope she had company.
It was caused by a power outage at a Dallas ISD service center.
Rene Barajas has been with the district just three months. He's going back to Garland ISD to be deputy superintendent.
They will now play the Wichita Thunder in the Ray Miron Presidents’ Cup Final beginning April 30 at home.
It's a beer and wine only joint with (for now) pizza, appetizers, salads, and sweets.
The library opens this weekend to dignitaries and May 1 to the public.
Which means all these other busty beer gardens will have to use a new name. And which also means: Writers are on the hunt for a new, titillating word.
The protestors were previously issued citations, but the judge decided that impedes First Amendment rights. They have since set up for a four-day long protest near SMU.
They include Alice In Chains, Jane's Addiction, and more.
The trial was previously scheduled for March and postponed. The reason it was again delayed wasn't immediately apparent today.
He will stop in Waco after being in Dallas for the Bush Presidential Library opening.
“We are appalled that people would be celebrating someone who has done so much damage,” said one person. The library officially opens May 1 at SMU.
He was helping officers direct traffic when a man who had been convicted of DWI in 2002 and 2004 hit Deputy Chad Key. The deputy later died.
Those who live closest to the blast site have not yet been allowed into their neighborhoods.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had been holed up in a boat in a Watertown neighborhood.
Some might unaccounted for, but alive and staying with family and friends. The 11 missing first responders are believed to have died in the explosion.
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