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Texas Supreme Court Rules Against Mail-In Ballots Again

2 hours ago by Stephen Young
Texas' state courts are in agreement with federal courts, for now at least: Mail-in voting, despite the ongoing novel coronavirus epidemic, remains available only to Texans older than 65, the physically ill or disabled, or those who will be out of the county in which they are registered to vote...
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Why Walker Texas Ranger Needs to Be a Fighter in Mortal Kombat 11

17 hours ago by Danny Gallagher
Mortal Kombat, the ultra violent fighter video game series, is now in its 11th incarnation. The blood-splattering game is so popular that its creator, Netherealm Studios, has gifted fans with the answers to every wish they ever had for a fighting game ... except one fans didn't know they wanted...
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Denton Pop Singer Carley Bearden Is a God-Loving LGBTQ Advocate

17 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
Denton’s Carley Bearden is keeping her head up. She knows she can always be vulnerable with her fans, whom she considers family, and she and her fans have been checking in with each other and lifting each other's spirits through the COVID-19 crisis. Bearden started playing guitar at age 12, although she...
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If Stars' Season Resumes, Things Are Going to Get Weird

17 hours ago by Stephen Young
If the NHL can figure out a safe way to start playing games again this summer, fans are going to be in for a festival of playoff hockey the likes of which they've never seen. The Stars, by the skin of their teeth, are guaranteed to play a big part...
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Everyone Can Calm Down Now, the Vaughan Brothers Statue Is Fine

17 hours ago by Eva Raggio
Let us backtrack a few years so that you, along with everyone else who has followed the saga of the Vaughan Brothers statue, can properly panic and then calm down. It all started when locals came to realize that despite the fact that guitar legends Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan were...
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Texas Secretary of State Tells You How to Vote This Year. It's Going to Be an Ordeal.

17 hours ago by Stephen Young
You're forgiven if you've failed to keep track, but right now, as you're reading this, you probably can't get a mail-in ballot. The Texas Legislature's rules, which say you have to be older than 65, have an illness or disability or have plans to be out of your home county...
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Good to Go: Emporium Pies' Pie-Thru Is the Slice of Sweetness We All Need

17 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Good to Go is a column in which our food writers explore Dallas' restaurant scene through takeout orders, delivery boxes and reheated leftovers. In 2013, we interviewed Mary Gauntt and Megan Wilkes about their blossoming, adorable pie shop, Emporium Pies. Gauntt talked about the exacting process of developing pie recipes,...
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Dallas Doing Good: Tests, Masks and Sustenance

17 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
While some restaurants may have reopened to 50% capacity this past weekend, others are opting to remain closed until the coronavirus is under control. Still, closed or open, many restaurants are choosing to give back to the community during this time. Here are a few: Pollo Campero 1703 N. Cockrell...
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Good to Go: Charco Broiler Serves a Burger The Way It Wants

17 hours ago by Taylor Adams
The giant steer sits atop the roof, towering over Jefferson Boulevard. The notable fixture's not far from where, in Normal Times, we could sit at El Ranchito for Chorizo y Menudo (the monthly political event, not just the plates of food). But now we don’t, and if we’re going into...
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As Summer Begins, Dallas County Enters COVID-19 Crunch Time

2 days ago by Stephen Young
Dallas County's number of COVID-19 infections has been in a lull for the last couple of weeks. On May 11, the county's Health and Human Services Department reported 253 new infections, tying for the Dallas County's highest single day total. In the days since, the number of newly confirmed cases...

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