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Dallas Woman Fighting Second Round of Coronavirus in 4 Months

Fighting the coronavirus once is tough enough, but fighting it twice? That’s exactly what a Dallas woman is doing. The woman shared her heartbreaking story.
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Ezekiel Elliott Threatens Lawsuit Against 'Sports Illustrated' Following Marijuana Controversy

Elliott has threatened a lawsuit against “Sports Illustrated” after the magazine ran an article that he had admitted he was high during a live stream of the Cowboys running back playing a video game.
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Dallas County Continues Curfew, Expands Boundaries in Wake of Protests

The City of Dallas has extended the areas covered by a curfew that was enacted last weekend. The mayor and police chief announced the curfew Sunday. See the details.
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Reunion Tower in Dallas Goes Dark for Second Time in Its 42-Year History

An iconic Dallas landmark went dark as part of Black Out Tuesday. In a tweet, representatives for Reunion tower said quote “The time is now to engage with compassion, patience and understanding.”
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Omni Hotel Lights Up Dallas Skyline With An Important Message, “Wash Your Hands”

The Omni Hotel in Downtown Dallas used their LED screen to display an important message, “Wash Your Hands.”
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Dallas Mayor Announces State Of Emergency Amid Spread Of Coronavirus

As more cities are being affected by the spread of the coronavirus, many have begun taking emergency efforts to help curb the spread. Now, Dallas has been added to the growing list of cities taking emergency precaution.
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Big Texas Beer Fest

Dallas' beer festival is happening in a few weeks. The event will take place on Friday, March 27 and Saturday, March 28. The festival will feature beers from more than 100 breweries pouring more than 400 beers.
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Dallas St. Patrick's Day Parade Canceled Due To Coronavirus

The coronavirus is now affecting a major Dallas event.
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Clyde Barrow's Home Could Become A Historic Landmark

The Landmark Commission voted on Monday to start the process if the home of Clyde Barrow should be saved or not.
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DFW To Get A New Area Code As Population Continues To Grow

Many people use their city’s area code to show pride in their hometown. For DFW, this can be a bit confusing with three different area codes circulating throughout the metroplex. Well, things are about to get even more confusing as thanks to growing population, a new area code is coming in 2021.
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