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The Visual Art League of Lewisville is celebrating its volunteers with the Top Volunteers of the Year Art Show, which began Saturday.

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Following record-breaking cold and winter storms that forced the cancellation of more than 10,000 blood and platelet donations in parts of the U.S. in February, the American Red Cross is urging healthy individuals, especially those with type O blood, to give now to ensure blood products are …

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Work continues on the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Silver Line Regional Rail project with the start of construction on the Josey Lane bridge in Carrollton.

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Following record-breaking cold and winter storms that forced the cancellation of more than 10,000 blood and platelet donations in parts of the U.S. in February, the American Red Cross is urging healthy individuals, especially those with type O blood, to give now to ensure blood products are …

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The city of Lewisville is doing what it can to help the residents who experienced water issues from the winter storm earlier this month.

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Lightning is believed to be the cause of three house fires that occurred Thursday night in Little Elm and the surrounding areas and displaced three families.

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The Coppell ISD Board of Trustees on Thursday approved changes to the 2021-22 academic calendar to provide more flexibility on teacher development days.

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At 10:02 p.m. Thursday, the Frisco Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire in the 14600 block of Prairie Fire Dr. Frisco Fire Department units arrived on the scene at 10:11 p.m.

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Amidst a winter storm with record-low temperatures and unprecedented power outages, residents of The Colony banded together beginning Feb. 14 to help those in need until power was fully restored to the city.

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Texas Health Resources has awarded $5 million in grants to help organizations address crucial needs in their communities, many of them made more urgent by the stress COVID-19 has placed on North Texans. Screening for anxiety, expanding community gardens to address food insecurity and assisti…

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Texas Health Resources has awarded $5 million in grants to help organizations address crucial needs in their communities, many of them made more urgent by the stress COVID-19 has placed on North Texans. Screening for anxiety, expanding community gardens to address food insecurity and assisti…

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Plano Fire-Rescue Chief Sam Greif’s recovery from COVID-19 was a slow, incremental process that reached its nadir when he was hospitalized at Medical City Plano in early January. Even in the immediate aftermath of his 16-day stretch in inpatient care, Greif found that household tasks such as…

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Wednesday, State Rep. Tan Parker (R-Flower Mound) filed House Bill HB 2185, also known as the Truth in Medicine Act, to allow accurate, truthful speech between pharmaceutical manufacturers and healthcare providers about drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for "off-l…

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It has been an exciting journey for Team CRUX, an all-girls team from Coppell High School as they were recently honored as a regional finalist by the Pennsylvania based Wharton Global High School Investing Competition and will compete in the global competition in March 2021.