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Dubliner named dispatcher of the year

Dublin dispatcher Emily Williams was named the North Central Texas Council of Governments Dispatcher of the Year at its final annual meeting in Arlington Nov. 8. Her supervisor, Susan Seider, recommended her for the honor. "She took three very tough calls within three weeks, two within a day apart,"

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Parks dancing for good cause

Erath residents will be able to give to a good cause and support the hometown Dublin dancers if they eat at Chili's in Stephenville on Nov. 16. Simply mention the fundraiser or 'Team Parks' and 15 percent of your receipt will be contributed to the their efforts Dancing for the Stars fundraiser for B

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Football: Eagles cruise into playoffs

MOVING ON - Decatur's Mario Reyes runs into the open field during the Eagles' win over Sanger Friday. Messenger photo by Joe Duty Decatur coach Mike Fuller wasn't focused on who his team would play in the bi-district round of the playoffs in the week leading up to the Eagles' game against Sanger. He

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Top 100: Cheryl Hall says charity begins at our top workplaces

Our Top 100 is a giveback nation. From medical and leadership missions to Haiti and Africa to giving a 5-year-old a day at a water park to forget her cancer treatments, this year's winners know how to pay it forward. It's integral to their cultural chemistry. Doing good while doing well helped lift

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-11-17 20:00:00

Gas leak prompts road closures

Motorists traveling near East U.S. Highway 82 and Grand Avenue in Gainesville might've been rerouted Wednesday as crews worked on repairing a "major gas leak" behind the former Whataburger property. Atmos Energy manager of public affairs Terry Tombaugh said the Gainesville Fire-Rescue Department was

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Texas wind energy projects worth about $11 billion threatened by U.S. House tax vote Thursday

The wind energy industry is warning that $10.9 billion worth of Texas projects could be threatened by a U.S. House vote Thursday. The House is scheduled to decide on tax reform that includes retroactively slashing the wind energy production tax credit. And, that's worrying industry leaders in Texas,

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-11-16 01:20:38

6-year-old battles rare tissue cancer

Kids get bumps and bruises all the time, so when six-year-old Brisen Fullbright complained that his wrist hurt last October, parents Brian and Beronica took a look at it and said, "Oh, you're OK," and sent him back to play. Little did they know that bump would lead them on a journey they never wishe

THEHAMILTONHERALD-NEWS.COM - 2017-11-16 15:51:06

Thanksgiving service, meal open to all

As Hamilton pauses in this season of thanksgiving, the Hamilton Ministerial Alliance invites the community to a Thanksgiving service, and a group of volunteers will serve a Thanksgiving meal to all who would like to come. Amid the activities of thanks, United Care is conducting its annual canned foo

THEHAMILTONHERALD-NEWS.COM - 2017-11-16 15:51:04

Lane closure following crash in Sparks

SPARKS, Nev. (KOLO) - One eastbound lane on Greg Street is closed at Industrial Way after a car went into a ditch. The Sparks Police Department and Sparks Fire responded to the call just before 7 a.m. Thursday, November 16, 2017. We have a crew member on scene who says a person is still inside th

KOLO TV RENO - 2017-11-16 15:14:00

Search & rescue crews conduct precautionary river search after empty kayak found in Sparks

Search and rescue crews with the Washoe County Sheriff's Office are conducting a precautionary water search after a kayak was found empty near Larkin Circle in Sparks. Bob Harmon says a blue kayak was found in the Truckee River east on Sparks on the morning of Thursday, Nov. 16. Anyone with informat

MYNEWS4.COM - 2017-11-16 12:43:40

Sparks Police to Crack Down on Seatbelt Violations

The Sparks Police Department has announced they will be cracking down on seatbelt violations from November 18 to December 2 throughout Sparks. Funding for the extra patrols is made possible by a Joining Forces grant received from the Nevada Department of Public Safety/Office of Traffic Safety. Joini

KTVN.COM - 2017-11-17 03:43:00

Risley Elementary, Sparks Middle School on code yellow lockdown due to police activity

Agnes Risley Elementary School and Sparks Middle School are on code yellow lockdown due to police activity in the area, according to a spokesman for the Washoe County School District. It is unclear what the police related activity is. News 4-Fox 11 has reached out to Sparks Police for more informat

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Restaurant gives free pizza to every student at a Sparks elementary school

On Wednesday, Tahir Akram and his family stopped by Bud Beasley Elementary School in Sparks to drop off some pizzas and Pizza Guys gift cards. Every student at the school will get one of the gift cards which a student can redeem for one pizza. There are more than 800 students in the school. "We jus

KOLO TV RENO - 2017-11-16 04:35:00

Reno-Sparks Convention Center expansion eyed for bigger events

After going through the toughest recession in its history, Northern Nevada has seen its fair share of economic development victories. Here's a list of some of the major developments for the region in recent years. Wochit Reno-Tahoe's largest tourism authority is exploring a potential expansion of t

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Three Sparks schools briefly locked down after reports of armed person refusing to leave nearby house

Three Sparks schools were briefly locked down this morning after the Sparks Police Department responded to reports of an armed person who wouldn't come out of a residence. The code yellow lockdown was called at approximately 10:10 a.m. at Agnes Risley Elementary and Sparks Middle schools, with Alic

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Roll for Ryan - KTVN Channel 2 - Reno Tahoe Sparks News, Weather, Video

Kelley Perotti not only owns Conviction Martial Arts & Fitness, the Jiu Jitsu black belt also looks forward to training, teaching and coaching, too. However, her heart weighs heavy these days because one of her students is missing from the mats. "When we found out Ryan was sick it was devastating. I

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JPD investigates two officer-involved shootings from same night

Woman who took pregnancy photos swarmed in bees mourns loss of babyWoman who took pregnancy photos swarmed in bees treasures precious moments with babyWoman who took pregnancy photos swarmed in bees treasures precious moments with baby Updated: Thursday, November 16 2017 10:56 AM EST2017-11-16 15:56

MSNEWSNOW.COM - 2017-11-16 23:52:22

Choctaws vote not to build new casino

An Akron baby has died nearly four months after mom shared her pregnancy photo shoot with 20,000 honeybees.More >> An Akron baby has died nearly four months after mom shared her pregnancy photo shoot with 20,000 honeybees.More >> The Madison County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that 17-year-old Dwa

MSNEWSNOW.COM - 2017-11-17 06:59:08

Mississippi's first bourbon whiskey goes on the shelves

Bourbon Whiskey tasters of Mississippi can rejoice. There's a new libation on the block, and it's the first bourbon whiskey ever made in Mississippi. The distillery on West Peace Street in Canton marks the spot for tours and bourbon whiskey tastings. Bourbon has been distilled since the 18th centur

MSNEWSNOW.COM - 2017-11-16 20:24:43

Gator Archery & Outdoors greets archers, hunters with record-breaking gator

New customers at Gator Archery & Outdoors sometimes think the store is so named because its owners are fans of the University of Florida Gators. That's before they open the door, step inside and look around. A 13-foot, 571-pound alligator - a state record at the time - preserved from the 2006 hunt w

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