Unplugged with Dale Hansen: For the first time in 46 years, I voted. Here’s why
And I never wanted to be that person who voted for the lesser of 2 evils, but I’ve learned now that if you don’t vote for the lesser of two evils, the most evil person can win.
McKinney man survives flood by climbing tree and holding on for 9 hours
There’s a reason Robert Smith comes back to the banks of this creek. He said this life event put so much in perspective for him. “The tree is source of strength for me,” he said.
Record voter turnout on first day of early voting across Texas
The first day of early voting shattered records across the state, approaching voter turnout often reserved for the first day of early voting in presidential elections.
Man shot in front of wife, kids during suspected case of road rage in Arlington
Police are investigating a suspected case of road rage Monday night.
North Texas Coyote Sightings
Have you recently spotted a wild coyote in your North Texas neighborhood? Share your sighting date, time and location and we will add it to our sighting map.
Huge early voting numbers on day one in Tarrant County
Long lines and packed polling places were the norm on Monday as more than 40,000 folks cast their ballots across Tarrant County.
‘Like a mother:’ How one rescue dog saved another, thanks to this DFW shelter
DALLAS – When Brady, an eight-month-old Mastiff, plays with Rose, an eight-year-old pit bull mix, it’s easy to see that the two are inseparable.
Massive food recall hits Harris Teeter, Kroger, Walmart and more
What started with a few relatively small recalls has grown to include millions of pounds of ready-to-eat salads and premade food items at several big name retailers.
Teenage crash survivor advocates for stronger texting, driving laws
Misael Rico, 14, still experiences occasional headaches and pain, eight years after he was struck by a car while a driver was texting and driving.
Migrant caravan grows to 7,000, keeps marching north; Trump keeps warning them to halt
More than 7,000 immigrants had registered over the past three days at one Mexico shelter, according to a report.
Wednesday’s Child: 2-year-old Jace
“He’s impacted our life in such an amazing way,” said his foster dad. “Changed our perspective on life in general and continues to.”
BBQ News Roundup: Vegan Brisket, Fake Beef, and Tex-Mex BBQ
Plus: Tootsie enters the BBQ Hall of Fame and ribs make it onto TV.
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Man Arrested After Repeatedly Crashing Truck Into Dallas TV News Station Building
The man reportedly exited the vehicle and began ranting.
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DPS Releases Video of Takedown of Austin Bomber
The two-minute video taken from a DPS helicopter shows the last minutes of Mark Conditt’s life.
BBQ News Roundup: Texas-Style Barbecue Rules Another List, Grilling Isn’t Easy, and Corky’s Comes to Katy
Plus: LeRoy and Lewis brings Korean barbecue to Austin’s downtown farmer’s market starting this weekend.
The Man Helping Solve Houston’s Homelessness Problem
Inspired by his relationship with his own brother, Kenneth DeVon’s life mission is to help Houston’s homeless population.
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Ed Lavandera: CNN’s Texas-Based National Correspondent on the Situation at the Border
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, Andy Langer also speaks with singer-songwriter Radney Foster on his newly recorded “prayer for the border.”
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Daniel Vaughn’s ‘Smokelandia’ premieres tonight on TV
The Cooking Channel will debut the pilot for his look at barbecue in Texas and beyond.
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BBQ News Roundup: Saving Sam’s, Catching a Prime Suspect, and the Opening of the Switch
Plus: High school pitmasters start early, female Texas pitmasters get their due, and all pitmasters have more to do than ever before.
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The BBQ News Roundup: More Love for Tootsie and New Life for the Shed
Plus: San Antonio’s highs and lows, Loro loses a chef but adds a burger to the menu, and Moonshine U is a real thing.
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