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  • New magazine focuses on Latinas

    DALLAS– A new magazine focusing on Latina’s across the nation is about to break barriers. ‘Latina Weekly’ was founded by 18-year-old Ahtziri Roman, who also goes by “Z.” “I just grew up in a very white community where I didn’t have any role models or people on tv to look up to or place to go for advice,” said Roman. Latina Weekly focuses on the success and issues Latina’s face today. “A lot of the time people don’t realize that […]

  • Wooden eagle statue missing from Irving trail

    IRVING – If you’re walking down the Campion Trail in Irving, you may notice something missing. Irving police want to know who stole the Wooden Eagle installation between August 24th and 25th. Officers believe the crook chainsawed the piece of art and carried it at least a quarter mile before taking off. Bicyclist Gloria Munson noticed right away. “It was chopped off and I went back and I circled and (thought) what is it missing for, then I thought maybe […]

  • McKinney ISD’s $69.9 million stadium ready for football season

    MCKINNEY – You’ve heard the saying, “everything is bigger and better in Texas.” Well, McKinney ISD is living up to the hype. The $69.9 million stadium is ready for it’s first football game Thursday night. “There is a sense of pride, for a student athlete to walk out on that field and knowing they are in one of the best stadiums in the entire country,” said McKinney ISD Superintendent Dr. Rick McDaniel. The stadium sits nearly 12,000 people. But, spectators […]

  • EA Sports cancels Carrollton and remaining Madden Tournaments to review ‘safety protocols’

    CARROLLTON – EA Sports said it will cancel three remaining Madden Classic qualifier events to review safety protocols after a deadly shooting last weekend at an event in Jacksonville, Florida. “We’ve all been deeply affected by what took place in Jacksonville,” EA Sports CEO Andrew Wilson┬ásaid in a statement released Monday. “This is the first time we’ve had to confront something like this as an organization, and I believe the first time our gaming community has dealt with a tragedy […]

  • Crowley middle school student dies during football practice

    CROWLEY – A 13-year-old middle school student died Wednesday night after collapsing during football practice. Kyrell McBribe-Johnson was an 8th grader at Summer Creek Middle School, he started school for the first time at Crowley ISD Tuesday. Johnson attended Mansfield ISD before the transfer. School officials say during practice he collapsed and was unresponsive. He was taken to two hospitals before he was pronounced dead. A former football player for Crowley High School and middle school says he knows first […]

  • Furry friend becomes top dog at Arlington pet supply company

    ARLINGTON – A five-year-old doodle rescue is taking over as CFO at an Arlington-based pet supply company but the ‘F’ in the job title has nothing to do with finance. “CFO” stands for Chief Four-Legged Officer. That’s right, Charlie the Petmate CFO, is making executive decisions by giving the paws up or down on the products. “We will have her test new products, both her pet mom and her give us opinions on some things we are developing,” said Petmate […]

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