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  • Two sides debate how to deal with immigration issue after San Antonio truck deaths

    SAN ANTONIO — A tenth person found in the back of a trailer truck has died, in a suspected human trafficking case gone horribly wrong. On Monday the driver of the truck appeared in court charged with “knowingly transporting illegal aliens”. The debate has already begun on the cause of those unnecessary deaths. In a Facebook post, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick placed the blame at the feet of Sanctuary Cities which he says “entice people to believe they can come […]

  • What to expect in North Texas during next month`s eclipse

    ARLINGTON — We’re just about a month away from an amazing celestial event. The Great American Eclipse will pass over the entire U.S. on August 21, but why is it such a big deal? “Earth actually experiences two to five solar eclipses per year, but most of the eclipses occur in uncivilized areas or in the middle of oceans,” said Levent Gurdemir, the director of the UT Arlington Planetarium. “The United States, for example, the last total solar eclipse was […]

  • Jason Garrett reacts to Zeke’s off-field issues

    FRISCO, TX — Strip club parking lot races, dog-nappings and Zeke fist fights. The craziest week of the offseason may have Cowboys Nation’s heads spinning, but the biggest focus has to be on Ezekiel Elliott, with fans panicking that a suspension may be looming for the star running back after he allegedly broke a guy’s nose at a Dallas club on Sunday night. Late Wednesday afternoon, Dallas police announced they had suspended the investigation into the possible assault at Clutch […]

  • ‘New Rhules’: New Baylor head coach looks to rebuild school’s reputation

    FRISCO, TX — The second day at Big 12 Media Days brought the conference’s most controversial team into the spotlight with Baylor. The football program’s sexual assault scandal has led to the head coach, athletic director and school president all losing their jobs. Now the school is under new management and that goes for the football team as well, with new head coach Matt Rhule in town to try to get the Bears back on track. “We’re not running from […]

  • 5 tips to dominate your trip to Universal Studios Orlando

    Universal Studios Orlando opened in the summer of 1990 and over the last 27 years, it has consistently fought to outgrow its reputation as Walt Disney World’s little brother in the central Florida turf. Thanks to additions like the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal has definitely established its own identity now and is well worth a visit during your Orlando vacation. But what tips and tricks do you need to dominate the park? That’s what we’re here to answer. […]

  • The Big 12 Championship Game is back

    FRISCO — The Big 12 Media Days rolled into Frisco on Monday, kicking off the season on the Cowboys’ practice field at the Ford Center. And this year the season will end on the Cowboys’ playing field at AT&T Stadium with the return of the Big 12 Championship Game for the first time in seven years. “I think our league has the best depth. We’re the only one playing a full round robin, full nine game schedule,” said Big 12 […]

  • The tips you need to win your Fantasy Football League!

    DALLAS — The first ever National Fantasy Football Convention wrapped up today, after giving fans unprecedented access to the pros and fantasy experts alike. But if you couldn’t make it, we’re bringing the analysis to you! First we asked some of the players who they’re taking #1 in their fantasy draft. “I’m going to have to go Tom Brady just because,” said Cowboys defensive end Charles Tapper, leaving some of the media members around wondering if Zeke would be upset […]

  • Irving Music Factory racing against the clock to open

    IRVING — It’s a project a decade in the making, but now the opening of the Irving Music Factory is just a month and a half away. Yeah, on August 31 Dave Chapelle will officially kick off the new Irving entertainment district and right now the site is racing against the clock for opening day. “There is a huge sense of urgency here and we’ve got a great team of construction workers here as fast as they can to make […]

  • 12-year-old’s rock scavenger hunt takes over Waxahachie

    WAXAHACHIE, TX — Usually there’s nothing special about finding a rock, but that’s not the case in Waxahachie, where all over town people are decorating, hiding and searching for rocks. And it’s all thanks to 12-year-old Jules Minyard! This girl has developed an online scavenger hunt called “Rocks-a-Hachie.” The rules are simple: Hide the rock, snap a pic, and post it on the group’s Facebook page. Then the race to find it is on. “It’s really fun and I just […]

  • How hotels are changing for Millennials

    DALLAS — Millennials are taking over hotels. The latest polls show that Millennials now make up 43% of hotel guests, the most of any generation. Of course, that means hotels, like the Lorenzo, are out to change how they do things to appeal to the new generation. “Our thinking is that today’s traveler isn’t interested in the same old, same old,” said Larry Hamilton, CEO of Hamilton Properties Corporation. “They like to be stimulated and have something new and creative, […]