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  • Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy

    The Duchess of Cambridge, wife of Britain’s Prince William, has given birth to a son, the royal family announced Monday. The baby weighs 8lbs 7oz (3.8 kilograms). The duchess, the former Kate Middleton, gave birth at 11a.m. local time at St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, London. “The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry and members of both families have been informed and are delighted with the news,” Kensington Palace said in a […]

  • Dallas Mavericks celebrate Hispanic Heritage at Festival De Los Mavs event

    DALLAS, TX– The Dallas Mavericks took some time off the court to celebrate Hispanic heritage! DFW families came out to Gilley’s for a full day of fun. There were tons of games and activities, a meet and greet with Mav players, special performances from Mav dancers and even a concert with Billboard hit artist Luis Coronel. “This is great for the community, for all the Latinos that are following us all year. So, here they get to meet us and […]

  • Community celebrates Earth Day at huge expo in Fair Park

    DALLAS, TX– Earth Day was April 22nd, but the world’s largest environmental expo, conference and film festival is making sure Dallas knows it’s more than just one day! EarthX held it’s annual celebration at Fair Park. The event was founded by Trammell S. Crow in 2011 and has grown from Earth Day Dallas to Earth Day Texas to EarthX. “We’re here to make sure, to ensure, that we’re offering simple solutions to some of the problems that ultimately will have a big […]

  • UT Arlington student radio DJs ditch digital for a day to play vinyl albums

    ARLINGTON, TX– UT Arlington’s radio station took a step back in time on Saturday, ditching digital for vinyl. It’s all part of College Radio Day’s annual Vinylthon. “Vinylthon is raising awareness about the original music medium. That’s all radio stations had back in the day to play and get the music out. It’s making a comeback,” said Lance Liguez, UTA Radio faculty adviser said. The school already has a DJ who plays straight vinyl for two hours every Friday, but this […]

  • Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos talks business in Dallas at SMU

    DALLAS, TX– Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos was in Dallas on Friday and we hope it’s not his last time stopping through. He was the featured speaker at the closing conversation of the George W. Bush Presidential Center’s Forum on Leadership. The three day event is a celebration of the 5th anniversary of the Presidential Library and Museum on SMU’s campus. It’s a treat to have Bezos here to give his expertise on entrepreneurship.  After all, he is the richest man […]

  • North Korean leader: We no longer need nuclear tests, state-run media reports

    North Korea says its quest for nuclear weapons is “complete” and it “no longer needs” to test its weapons capability, a significant development ahead of diplomatic engagement with South Korea and the United States. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Saturday that “under the proven condition of complete nuclear weapons, we no longer need any nuclear tests, mid-range and intercontinental ballistic rocket tests, and that the nuclear test site in northern area has also completed its mission,” as quoted […]

  • Two Florida deputies killed by gunman while eating at a restaurant

    TRENTON, FL — Two deputies were killed Thursday when a man walked up to them in a Florida restaurant while they were eating and opened fire, a Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office spokesman said. Sgt. Noel Ramirez and Deputy Taylor Lindsey were eating at the Ace China restaurant in Trenton, a small town about 30 miles west of Gainesville. The sheriff’s office initially said the gunman shot the deputies through a window from outside the restaurant, but spokesman Scott Tummond clarified […]

  • No criminal charges in Prince’s death, attorney says

    CARVER COUNTY, MN — No criminal charges will be filed in relation to Prince’s April 2016 death, Carver County attorney Mark Metz said in a news conference on Thursday. Prince, who suffered from an opiate addiction, died of an accidental fentanyl overdose after taking counterfeit Vicodin pills that were laced with fentanyl, Metz said. “Prince had no idea he was taking a counterfeit pill that could kill him,” said the attorney. There is no evidence showing how Prince obtained those […]

  • Southwest flight tragedy reveals issues with airplane safety rules

    DALLAS —  With new details emerging from the Southwest flight 1380 tragedy, we’re also learning that some people aren’t exactly good at following the rules. Photos and videos from the incident are revealing a bigger problem: many passengers weren’t wearing their oxygen masks the right way. Most people had on the masks just below their nose, which is incorrect. PEOPLE: Listen to your flight attendants! ALMOST EVERYONE in this photo from @SouthwestAir #SWA1380 today is wearing their mask WRONG. Put […]

  • Waterfalls fill New York City subways causing delays

    NEW YORK, NY– New York City commuters weren’t really getting any TLC on their way to work Monday morning, but they did get to see some waterfalls on the subway. A heavy storm caused water to literally rain underground, which, caught some people off guard. The rain even made a waterfall effect on the stairs. scenes from 145th st/broadway. @NYCTSubway @MTA @NY1 #justalittlerain pic.twitter.com/vUYed8Se6g — josh guild (@jbguild) April 16, 2018 While it might look pretty cool, it’s actually very […]