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Source: Gymnastics doctor facing at least 25 years in prison

A person with knowledge of the agreement says a former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor will plead guilty to multiple charges of sexual assault and face at least … Click to Continue »

She was on a ride-along with her police officer dad. Then a traffic stop got violent, prosecutors say

He had pulled over a bicyclist for a potential traffic violation, as his daughter accompanied him on a ride-along. But as the Huntington Beach, Calif., police officer spoke with the … Click to Continue »

Michigan Rep. Conyers acknowledges sex harassment settlement

Longtime Michigan Rep. John Conyers acknowledged Tuesday that his office settled a harassment complaint involving a former staffer but said he "vehemently" denies the allegations against him. His office "resolved … Click to Continue »

Here's a mental exercise that can help prevent dementia, study says

If you’re looking for tips to fend off dementia, you might just be in luck. That’s because there’s a mind exercise game you can play that may reduce your chances … Click to Continue »

Their mayor died in September. But they liked him so much, they reelected him anyway

Lots of towns could claim to love their mayors, but few would probably want them to continue leading from beyond the grave. But that’s what happened in the small borough … Click to Continue »

Arlington News
Jerry Jones comments spark NAACP protest before Cowboys-Eagles game

Ahead of the Dallas Cowboys' nationally-televised Sunday night football match-up against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Arlington chapter of NAACP hopes to use the media attention to continue former San Francisco … Click to Continue »

An Arlington teen died Friday after a week-old crash that turned out to be fatal

An 18-year-old whose Toyota Camry was struck broadside by a pickup a week ago died Friday from injuries sustained in the wreck. Alexis Butler, of Arlington, was taken to Medical … Click to Continue »

Arlington officer shoots car theft suspect who struck officers with vehicle

Arlington police shot and wounded a suspect after he backed a stolen car into officers outside a Baymont Inn hotel near Six Flags on Friday morning, police said. The incident … Click to Continue »

Arlington pastors agree: ‘For too long the church has been silent’ on gun violence

It’s time for church leaders to stand up and be heard on the issue of gun violence, a group of pastors said Thursday evening during a prayer gathering in Arlington. … Click to Continue »

$1,300 siphoned from Arlington woman’s debit card when she stopped for a tank of gas

The Arlington woman just needed to fill her car up with gas. So she stopped at Hawk’s Pantry on West Randol Mill Road in Arlington, swiped her debit card and … Click to Continue »

Here’s the dirt on nail salons: 77 Tarrant County salons fined this year

A trip to a nail salon should not lead to death. But that’s what happened to Kimberly Kay Jackson, a paraplegic, in 2005 after she received a pedicure at a … Click to Continue »

Barton goes to bat on GOP tax bill to help Arlington dodge added stadium costs

The House GOP tax reform bill has the potential to throw a nasty curveball on Arlington’s financing of the Texas Rangers new $1.1 billion ballpark, Globe Life Field. But U.S. … Click to Continue »

Female suspect snatches purse of an Arlington hospital worker

A female suspect is being sought after by police in Arlington after they reported that she walked into a local hospital and took a worker's purse back in September. The … Click to Continue »

Female suspect used large knife in Haltom City armed robbery

A photo was released showing a female suspect pointing what appears to be a butcher's knife across the counter at a store clerk in Haltom City around midday on Saturday. … Click to Continue »

Watch out if you're pumping gas in North Texas: more credit card skimmers have been found

Devices known as credit card skimmers have been found on four pumps at an Arlington gas station. Four of the devices were found Monday at Hawk's Pantry #8, 1606 W. … Click to Continue »

Biz News
Fort Worth’s GE locomotive plant faces an uncertain future

When General Electric announced in 2011 it wanted to build a railroad locomotive plant in far north Fort Worth, government and business leaders rolled out the proverbial red carpet — … Click to Continue »

These stores aren’t waiting until Black Friday to launch holiday deals

Not all stores are waiting for the Thanksgiving turkey to be eaten before starting their Christmas sales this year. Some retailers are wooing holiday shoppers with deals before the frozen … Click to Continue »

Justice Dept. sues to stop AT&T's $85B Time Warner deal

The Justice Department is suing AT&T to stop its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, setting the stage for an epic legal battle with the telecom giant. It could also … Click to Continue »

Texas oil patch ‘bloodbath’ is over as jobs and rigs return

Hiring in Texas oil and gas fields is rising sharply as the industry steadily recovers from its most recent downturn. The number of workers exploring for oil and gas in … Click to Continue »

With voter approval, first liquor store stakes claim in Euless’ Glade Parks

It didn’t take long for one liquor store to plot its move to Euless after voters approved a measure allowing such stores. Total Wine & More has submitted plans to … Click to Continue »

Why Dallas may be the best place for Amazon’s second headquarters

Does North Texas have a real shot at luring Amazon’s second headquarters — and up to 50,000 jobs — to the region? It certainly appears so, at least according to … Click to Continue »

CBS dispute with Dish could mean no Thanksgiving Day Cowboys’ game

This could be a dark Thanksgiving for Dish Network customers. CBS made good on its promise to go dark on the satellite service because of a fee dispute. CBS has … Click to Continue »

This store is giving away guns to kick off the Christmas shopping season

You might say Cabela’s is kicking off the Christmas shopping season with a bang. The outdoors mega-retailer in far north Fort Worth plans to give away guns to a small … Click to Continue »

Electronics distributor is hiring to staff massive Fort Worth warehouse

TTI, a global distributor of electronic components, is moving into a new 641,000-square-foot distribution center in north Fort Worth with plans to expand its workforce. The new building at 3737 … Click to Continue »

Lockheed schedules another job fair, hopes to fill at least 500 jobs

The next long line you may see in downtown Fort Worth may not be the one to see Santa Claus in Sundance Square, but those attending the next Lockheed Martin … Click to Continue »