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12-Year-Old Fort Worth Rapper Allegedly Shot a 1-Year-Old and Committed Arson

6 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
A virtual Tarrant County court trial held in September went viral over the weekend and brought renewed attention to a 12-year-old Fort Worth rapper with a criminal history. The juvenile, who has gone by the stage names Lil Rodneyy, Baby Savage and 30Shotz, allegedly committed arson, shot a 1-year-old baby...
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DPD Says It Has Election Day Covered

16 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
The department said it developed operation plans to address election site security, maintain easier access to polling locations and provide a safe environment for people to exercise their First Amendment rights.
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Swinging London and Dreamy Disco Meet at Denton's Retro Vinyl Lounge

16 hours ago by Amber Gaudet
Nestled into a faded commercial strip tucked into a side street on Denton’s downtown square, Vinyl Lounge is easy to miss. The unassuming red and blue sign over the door is no indication of what patrons can expect when they step inside Denton’s newest bar, which is anything but understated...
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Vegetables Shine at Elm & Good

16 hours ago by Taylor Adams
Elm & Good opened on the western edge of Deep Ellum in August with chef Graham Dodds at the helm. There was a hullabaloo with the news, but things seemed to have slowed down a bit: It’s not hard to get a reservation, and on our visit, the space had...
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A Little Coffee Shop Keeps Grinding

16 hours ago by Taylor Adams
It wasn’t long ago that one could jump on a green bike and make her way from the central business district to the eastern side of Deep Ellum — the quieter side where the beautification efforts by the city stay cleaner and there are fewer people trying to make Deep...
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Eat This: Chicken Mole at el Pueblo

16 hours ago by Taylor Adams
We’ve liked plenty about El Pueblo in North Oak Cliff. Three years ago, critic Brian Reinhart said the restaurant “has Mexican food so good, six enchiladas might not be enough.” On a recent morning with shockingly cold temperatures (relatively), another dish offered wonderful comfort: chicken mole. Whole pieces of chicken...
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Instagram Turns 10: Putting a Filter on Dallas

16 hours ago by Jacob Reyes
Instagram is turning 10. Feel old yet? The social media giant, owned by the Facebook overlords, started out as an independent app that allowed users to share candid moments of vacations, nights out and food. Lots of food. Whether you frequent the social media platform or not, it's hard to...
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Contact Tracing and Compliance Key to Avoiding 2,500 Daily COVID Cases by Year End

16 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Dallas County and the nation are staring at a steep rise in COVID-19 cases. Eight months into the pandemic, little has changed in terms of broad strategy to contain the spread. Wearing a mask, hand-washing, social-distancing and avoiding large gatherings are the leading strategies to flatten the curve until a...
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Dallas County's Early Turnout This Week Could Surpass 2016's Vote Totals

16 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
As the election heads down to the wire, perhaps you find yourself trolling Nate Silver, then quickly swearing off all social media, followed by immersing yourself in an episode of House Hunters International, which is honestly more of a scouting report, only to check Twitter once more after learning that...
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All The Crazy Things Borat Did in Texas

3 days ago by Liam Gaughan
Borat is back! 14 years after the mockumentary films Borat: Cultural Learnings of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan made headlines for its controversial hidden camera pranks and searing cultural commentary, Sacha Baron Cohen has returned to his signature role with a sequel that tackles on everything from...

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