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Ex-Cop Bryan Riser Says Dallas Police Took His Livelihood

2 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
He didn’t discuss the case in any detail, but Bryan Riser has maintained his innocence from the beginning and insists he spent 34 days behind bars for something he had no involvement in.

Far-Right ‘White Lives Matter’ Rally Coming to Fort Worth This Weekend

2 days ago by Patrick Strickland
The Southern Poverty Law Center describes the 'White Lives Matter' movement as a 'neo-Nazi group' and a 'racist response' to Black Lives Matter.

If Texas Lawmakers Get Their Way, Cops Could Confiscate Stunt Drivers' Cars

3 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
Around Texas, stunt drivers have been in a game of cat and mouse with local law enforcement for months now. Now, a bill aims to crack down on the drivers.

Chef David Chang's Fuku Is a Hot Mess on Its Opening Day in Dallas

3 days ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Last week The Dallas Morning News reported that James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang was opening three ghost kitchens in North Texas. Called Fuku, they will serve uber-trendy hot chicken “sandos” and strips. Chang is the chef and founder of the Momofuku group of restaurants, which includes Momofuko Noodle Bar,...

Things to Do: Food and Fun To Enjoy Outdoors This Weekend

3 days ago by Kristina Rowe
Businesses are open, COVID-19 vaccination appointments are opening up and spring weather is here. Sounds like a combination that gives “the weekend” an all-new meaning. If you think staying outdoors seems smart (or just plain fun), check out some rooftop jams, live music, Cajun flavor and more at these 10...

Home Sewing Became a Trend in the Pandemic, and for Chris Tock, a Way of Life

3 days ago by Karen Gavis
About six years ago, Chris Tock attended an anime event dressed as an assassin in a get-up that he made himself. This was just the beginning of an extreme side hustle. “I started sewing because I wanted to cosplay,” he says. “I didn’t want to stop after my first convention.”...

Pro-Choice Groups Speak Out as Texas Republicans Push to Limit Abortions

3 days ago by Simone Carter
Texas Republican lawmakers continue their push to restrict abortion rights.

The Pandemic Kept Midland Together and Might've Helped The Beatles, Too

3 days ago by Vincent Arrieta
As we begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel, Texas country trio Midland is grabbing life by the horns and making a return to the stage with three concerts at Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth on April 8, 9 and 10. These shows mark some...

Texas Republicans Target Trans Rights, But LGBTQ Advocates Speak Out

4 days ago by Simone Carter
Texas Republicans are pushing to keep trans teens from playing school sports.

Things We Hope Stick Around at Restaurants After the Pandemic

4 days ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
We can all agree that the pandemic can’t leave the building fast enough. The restaurant industry, specifically, was hit hard this past year. Nationwide sales fell by $240 billion in 2020 from an expected level of $899 billion, according to the National Restaurant Association. Restaurateurs are a gritty crowd, though...

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