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Injuries Reported After TRE Train Crashes Into Semi Near Downtown Fort Worth

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – At least two people have been injured after a crash involving a Trinity Railway Express (TRE) train, an 18-wheeler and a pickup. The accident happened around 7:30 a.m. in the 400 block of Riverside Drive, east of downtown Fort Worth. Video from a CBS 11 News crew shows the jackknifed big […]

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21-Year-Old Charged With Murder Of Oklahoma Man In Richardson

RICHARDSON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A 21-year-old man has been arrested and charged with the murder of an Oklahoma man at an apartment complex in Richardson last week, police said. The incident happened on Jan. 21 at the Beverly Apartments on Frances Way. Police responded to reports of a shooting and people fighting outside. Arriving officers […]

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87-Year-Old Woman Rescued From Dallas Fire That Destroyed Home & Killed Her Pet

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – An early morning house fire in South Dallas left an elderly woman critically injured, her home destroyed and a pet dead. It was just before 2:00 a.m. Tuesday when Dallas Fire Rescue crews arrived at the home in the 2300 block of Metropolitan Avenue, near Highway 175. Heavy flames and smoke were […]

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Dallas Artist Completes Tribute To Kobe Bryant, Daughter Gianna At Fitness Center

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A local artist has completed his tribute to the late NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, at a fitness center in Dallas. Artist Theo Ponchaveli finished a mural he had been painting to honor Bryant and his daughter, who both died in a helicopter crash in California Sunday morning along […]

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At Irving Arts Center, Pride & Prejudice Struggles to Live up to Its Source Material

Possibly Jane Austen’s most enduring work, Pride & Prejudice is a great novel about the personal judgments that guide and interfere with the social roles of men and women in the early 1800s. It follows Lizzy Bennet, one of five sisters (many adaptations reduce the number to four) whose mother is eager to marry to […]

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Democrats’ Path to Texas House Majority Runs Through North Texas

The task ahead of Texas Democrats is like the one Dirk Nowitzki and the rest of the 2010-11 Mavericks faced before that season’s playoffs: monumental, but squarely within the realm of possibility. The rewards are similar too, for both groups, should they find success. The Mavs turned back the tide of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, […]

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Rain, Rain … Come Our Way So We Can Enjoy These F&B Specials

Why is it that Dallasites seem to batten down the hatches when there’s the slightest hint of precipitation? I’d venture to say that any one of us wouldn’t be able to survive three days in the Pacific Northwest. But for this reason, we’re glad to know there are some businesses that want to encourage us […]

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Follow the Rainbow: The Best LGBTQ+ Influencer Accounts in North Texas

The online presence of Dallas-based influencers and savvy Instagrammers within the LGBTQ+ community is particularly dynamic and inspiring. People from all walks of life make up a diverse group of individuals expressing themselves with pride on the internet. Scroll down for some fun and noteworthy, LGBTQ+ Instagram accounts to follow. @deetoxlifecoachingCoach Dee Coleman is a […]

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Dallas Museum of Art Displayed a Stolen Bronze Statue of a Nepalese Deity, Art Historian Claims

The act of looting cultural property such as art has been regarded as a significant problem during times of war, but most people don’t know that the practice also festers on a peaceful front. Case in point: Erin L. Thompson, professor of art crime ( by the way, imagine the job hunt this profession requires) […]

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