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  • Oak Cliff wrestling gym helps teen lose weight and gain confidence

    DALLAS – Joe Michael Robledo steps into the Moya School of Wrestling in Oak Cliff four times a week after school. “I feel motivated, like I’m doing something right, and it’s something that I just love to do,” said Robledo. Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is what he says changed his life. The 14-year-old started wrestling as a child, overweight and with low self esteem, but that changed about a year ago when he started training with Ruben Serna. That’s […]

  • Demonstrators demand change after officer kills neighbor inside his apartment

    DALLAS — Dozens of demonstrators gathered outside the Dallas police headquarters Monday night demanding justice for 26 year old Botham Jean. The crowd walked near the South Side Flats and the Dallas Police Association building chanting their demands. Jean was shot inside his own apartment Thursday night by off-duty officer Amber Guyger. Guyger faces a manslaughter charge but demonstrators say that’s not enough. “We have a responsibility to not just speak to this moment but to change this system!” said […]

  • Dallas District Attorney promises justice in officer investigation

    DALLAS – Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson promises to fully investigate Dallas officer Amber Guyger’s case. Guyger, a four-year veteran with the Dallas Police Department, is accused of shooting 26-year-old Botham Shem Jean inside his apartment Thursday night at the South Side Flats near downtown Dallas after she said she mistook it for her own. “Believe me, we will make certain that justice is done in this case,” said Dallas County District Attorney, Faith Johnson. The DA met with […]

  • Dallas producer wants Big D in the spotlight

    DALLAS- Timothy Talbott, is on a mission to put the Big D back in the sights of Hollywood-made motion picture filmmakers through his film distribution and production company, Double T Productions. He developed this passion project as a platform to create opportunities for local businesses and talent. The main problem he’s working towards resolving is filmmakers choosing to produce in other states using their land and labeling it Texas. “A lot of movies already use Dallas, my favorite example is […]

  • Dallas Carmines Pizzeria owner accused of being a racist

    DALLAS – People across the country are lashing out after a video of a Dallas pizza restaurant owner surfaced. Two women, Tamika Sanders and her aunt Shiri Gupton, said they walked in Carmines Pizza off Campbell Road minutes before closing time, and asked for two slices of pizza in August. At some point, an argument started and the women say the owner, Carlos Pinto, called them “darkies.” In the video you can hear one of the women say, “He called […]

  • Twinning! Record number of twins at Flower Mound school

    FLOWER MOUND — They’re seeing double and triple at a preschool in Flower Mound. We’re talking three sets of twins in one class at Primrose School of Northeast Flower Mound and a set of triplets in the classroom next door. “I think it’s cute,”¬†said teacher Rosalie Lovin. “Seeing them reminds me of me and my twin sister when we were little.” Oh yeah, did we mention the teachers are also twins? That’s right, Rosalie and Rosa Maria Lovin are identical […]

  • Police partner with Arlington ISD, using firearm training simulator

    ARLINGTON- Martin High School senior Preston Schroeder is one of dozens of Arlington ISD police academy students testing out the new firearms training simulator. Students are getting a taste of possible scenarios that could jeopardize their life. Arlington PD partnered with AISD spending $95,000 to give students a better perspective of what it’s like to be a cop. “It gives our students a real glimpse into some of the challenges and rewards of being a police officer in the community,” […]

  • Dallas stylist brings out the fall fashions

    DALLAS- Personal Stylist Charity Lewis may have the perfect outfit for you this fall, and the best part; it won’t leave your pockets empty. “They want to be casual, or they just want to have something fun and cool to wear on a regular day,” said Charity Lewis. Njeri London wanted all that, especially with her busy schedule. London is a full time attorney with three children. She wants to keep up with the trends and be that cool- looking […]

  • Thousands show up to Mimosa Walk in Deep Ellum

    DALLAS- If you were in Deep Ellum Sunday afternoon, you may have noticed a lot of people walking around with a mimosa in their hand. “I love mimosa’s,” said Dana Derby, a first time Mimosa Walk participant. As a matter of fact, 2,000 people made the annual Mimosa Walk in Deep Ellum part of their ‘Sunday Funday.’ Derby and her girlfriends snatched up some tickets before the event sold out. “I just literally sent out a thing like, who wants […]

  • First Champions Festival celebrates military members and first responders

    ARLINGTON-¬† The inaugural Champions Festival at Viridian Park in Arlington celebrated military members and first responders Saturday. “It’s a big family reunion, big family reunion,” said Rocky Turner, Host at the Champions Festival. The event gives the community a chance to get to know the first responders on a personal level. “It’s just a good festive event where we can all come together to just, you know, love on each other, motivate each other,” said Hilary Waters, USAA Representative. The […]

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