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Road Out of Addiction Leads to the Kitchen

4 days ago by Taylor Adams
The upcoming cookbook by the Dallas 24 Hour Club is full of recipes from some of our favorite local chefs. On the cover, on the left bottom corner, you can see a slice of cheesecake, complementing a chicken pot pie. That cheesecake isn’t from one of the chefs in the...
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DMN Employees' Unionization Vote Is Part of a Trend in a Struggling News Business

4 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
The Lone Star State hasn’t seen a union newspaper in three decades, but journalists at The Dallas Morning News and Al Día voted heavily in favor of union representation, the National Labor Relations Board said last week. The 84-28 vote for the union is the result of the newsrooms’ yearlong...
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Allred Accuses Republican Opponent of Darkening his Skin Color in Campaign Mailers

5 days ago by Simone Carter
In a debate Sunday, U.S. Rep. Colin Allred accused his opponent, Republican Genevieve Collins, of darkening his skin in campaign mailers.
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Professor's Tweet about Pence's "Little Demon Mouth" Sparks Collin College Controversy

6 days ago by Simone Carter
Collin College became embroiled in controversy after a professor's tweets were picked up by the right-wing media.
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Return to Red: Stricter Safety Guidelines Imposed as Dallas Case Counts Climb

9 days ago by Simone Carter
With COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations on the rise, officials have again raised Dallas County's risk level from orange to red.
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Meet Candace Valenzuela, the Democratic Candidate for Texas 24th Congressional District

10 days ago by Simone Carter
Candace Valenzuela is running for Texas' 24th Congressional District, which covers parts of Dallas and Tarrant counties.
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UT-Arlington Student Brianna Baucum Fights a Web of Lies to Bring Her Daughter Home

11 days ago by Jacob Vaughn
If the anonymous tipster were telling the truth, Brianna Baucum is a monster, possibly one with magical powers. Between July 13 and Aug. 28 last year, Baucum killed her 4-year-old daughter Journi at least five times, the tipster told authorities. That doesn’t count the claim that Baucum put her daughter...
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Dallas County Will See Spike in COVID-19 Hospitalizations, Public Health Experts Warn

12 days ago by Simone Carter
Health officials warn of a sharp spike in Dallas County's coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.
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Democrats Could Flip the Texas House, Depending on Who You Ask

13 days ago by Simone Carter
Some political science professors say that Democrats do stand a chance of flipping the Texas House in November.
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Dale Blasingame, Collector of Parks, Wants to See Everything

13 days ago by Eva Raggio
For most of us, a to-do list represents a series of daunting errands, everyday chores and endless cycles of grocery shopping. Dale Blasingame has more exciting tasks to cross off his list: getting to know every part of the country through its national parks. Blasingame’s love of parks is greater...

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