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Donald Trump and Joe Biden face off in first presidential debate

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will hit the stage for the first presidential debate of 2020 on Tuesday, Sept. 29. Find out how to tune in on RADIO.COM.
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State Fair of Texas Shakes Things Up With Ultimate Fried Food Showdown

Countless deep fried creations have debuted at the State Fair of Texas throughout the years, and now they’re going head to head in the ultimate fried food showdown.
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Fletcher's Partners With Local Restaurant to Get Your Corny Dog Fix

If you don’t want to hit the fried food drive-thru they’re setting up at the State Fair of Texas, you can still get your corny dog fix this year. See the details.
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Texas State Fair Hosts First-Ever Fair Food Drive-Thru

This year, the Texas State Fair is launching the Big Tex Fried Food Drive-Thru event. Nothing quite like it has been done in the fair’s 134-year history.
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Woman Arrested After Coming Home to Find Husband in Bed With Another Woman

A Tampa Bay-area woman was arrested and is currently facing charges of domestic battery after coming home to find her husband in bed with another woman.
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Dallas Cowboys Not Offering Season Tickets For 2020

The Dallas Cowboys will not be offering season tickets this year, the team announced in a statement Thursday. The Dallas Cowboys are announcing huge changes to their season ticket program for the 2020 season.
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Tarrant County Reports First 2020 Death From West Nile Virus

Tarrant County Public Health is reporting the first West Nile Virus death of 2020 season. It’s the first fatal human case of West Nile in Tarrant County since September of 2018.
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Dallas County Health Prohibits Reopening of On-Campus Teaching Until Sep 8

The Dallas County Health and Human Services department has issued an order regarding school re-openings this fall in light of the increase of COVID-19 cases in the county.
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600,000 Texans Have Lost Health Insurance Since Pandemic Began

More than 600,000 Texans have lost their health insurance since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, and the state now leads the country in the percentage of residents without coverage.
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Grapevine's GrapeFest 2020 Canceled Over Coronavirus Fears

Grapevine’s 34th annual “GrapeFest” celebration has been canceled due to concerns over COVID-19. The festival had been scheduled September 17-20.
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