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  • Ezekiel Elliott suspended six games without pay for domestic violence

      DALLAS – Ezekiel Elliott is out for six regular season Dallas Cowboys games after the NFL concluded its investigation into domestic violence accusations from the running back’s former girlfriend. The NFL notified the Cowboys’ star running back of the suspension Friday. A statement from the league says Elliott will miss the first six regular season games of 2017 for violating the league’s Personal Conduct Policy. “Over the course of the last year, the league conducted an extensive investigation. League […]

  • Grapevine Mills previews tax-free weekend for DFW

    GRAPEVINE — For kids across North Texas, this month marks the end of summer vacation. But the return to the classroom isn’t complete without back to school shopping. This weekend, folks will get a bit of a break and take part in the tax-free weekend. “This is the opportunity for you to buy things for that back to school person, or maybe just for yourself because apparel and backpacks foot wear and school supplies are all tax-free,”  Trudy Cresswell with […]

  • Research says Instagram photos could reveal warning signs of depression

    DALLAS — You can tell a lot from someone’s social media page. According to new research published in EPJ data science, warning signs of depression can be detected from your Instagram posts. Licensed Professional Counselor Elizabeth Scrivner said, “I’m so proud of them for coming out with this study since we haven`t been studying social media for very long. I am so thankful it`s coming out.” Using color analysis, researchers found that folks who posted pictures that used bluer, darker, […]

  • Video: Arlington store employees fight off would-be robbers

        ARLINGTON – Arlington police are searching for two would-be armed robbers who got more than they bargained for when they hit the wrong place. Store security video from July 18 shows the two suspects, who entered the store in the 3400 block of South Cooper Street, go into robbery mode as two employees across the counter look at them in disbelief. Then one of the suspects jumps the counter, and it’s on. Video shows both employees go after […]

  • Apps and plugins help avoid spoilers for your favorite show

    Did you watch Game of Thrones on Sunday? Don’t worry. We won’t spoil anything here. But for many folks who watch on a delay, social media can be a minefield. “I don’t think people should give stuff like that away,” Marcus Wilson said. “I don’t care if it’s a show that has been off the air for several years, if someone hasn’t seen it yet, you don’t want to ruin that experience for them.” Things like characters who were killed […]

  • Brothers reunite with biological mother after 47 years

    DFW AIRPORT — It was a reunion 47 years in the making. Newsfix first told you about Anthony Wiggs earlier in the week. “I was born in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, and my parents that adopted me were in the military at the time biological father dropped me off to social services where my Dad worked,” Wiggs told Newsfix on Tuesday. “My father that raised me called his supervisor and got permission to take me home.” Anthony was looking to find out […]

  • DART police make first arrest in train beating

    DALLAS–Dallas Area Rapid Transit police made the first arrest in a brutal beating incident. Jakobi Darion Hendrix, 21, was arrested Monday afternoon and taken to the Lew Sterrett Justice center. The arrest comes four days after a Dallas man took a DART train ride that left him in the hospital. “I have some head injuries, a bruise to the head, and I have bruised ribs right here. I can feel it; it really hurts,” Kennan Jones said. Jones says he […]

  • Hurst man finds biological mother after 47 years

    HURST — Registered nurse Anthony Wiggs was only six months-old when he was adopted. “I was born in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, and my parents that adopted me were in the military at the time,” Wiggs said. “My biological father dropped me off to social services, where my dad worked, and my father that raised me called his supervisor and got permission to take me home.” That good life led to a good career and family of his own, but Anthony […]

  • Campus Carry Begins For Community Colleges in August

    DALLAS — Campus carry isn’t a new thing in the Lone Star State. What is new? Starting Tuesday, campus carry will also apply to community colleges. “I would say the majority of responses we received were concerned with the implementation,” DCCCD Assistant general counsel Tricia Horatio said. Campus carry passed back in 2015. That law allowed students with concealed handgun licenses carry their guns on campus. Supporters think the law will help prevent incidents like the one at North Lake […]

  • Dallas Zoo employee saving White Rhinos in Africa

    DALLAS — The sad truth is, every year rhinos are getting closer and closer to extinction. “Right now, they are one of the most endangered animals in the world, and they are the most sought after animal in the world for their horn,” said Lydia Jennings with the Dallas Zoo Poachers seek out the rhino horn and sell it on the black market. “I knew they weren’t doing well in the wild but I had no idea the realities they […]