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Buc-ee's is Ranked No.1 Gas Station in The U.S

I think we all saw this coming. According to a new study done by Gas Buddy the best reviewed gas station in the U.S. is Buc-ee's. The tech company compiled all of their costumer reviews and found the Texas based gas station to be the best. There are 6 category's the study was based on and Buc-ee's...
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Flu Forcing DFW Suburb To Cancel School Through Next Tuesday

Their plan is to disinfect all spaces: including buses.
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New DFW Doughnut Shop Makes Your Hot Mini-Doughnuts To Order

They're like Hostess Donettes...but hot n' fresh (and not wrapped in cellophane)!
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Jason's Deli Confirms Statewide Security Breach; Credit-Card Info Has Been Compromised

The company headquartered in Beaumont, TX has confirmed a massive security breach, involving over two million credit-card numbers which have been leaked and compromised.
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FULL List Of School Districts Closed And Delayed Due To Inclement Weather

Before you head out the door this morning and brave the icy roads and bitter cold, check to see if your school district is closed!
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Texas Tech Student Apprehended By TSA After Flashing "Guns Up" In Airport Line

Diana Durkin is a 19-year-old Sophomore at Texas Tech University.
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Texas Woman Arrested For Murder After Police Discover She Googled "How To Kill Someone And Not Get Caught"

Sandra Louise Garner told police she woke to the sounds of gunshots inside her Maypearl home.
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San Antonio Just Raised The Age to 21 for Purchasing Tobacco

San Antonio just became the first city in the state of Texas to raise the age limit on purchasing tobacco. The San Antonio city council voted 9-2 on raising the age limit from 18 to 21 for purchasing tobacco products. The new law only affects retailers and anyone under 21 within the San Antonio...
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Deep Ellum Bar's $30 Drink Is Pitch Black Because Of Squid Ink

Well here's something you don't see everyday.
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Parade Permit Denied For Arlington MLK Day Parade

Counsel officials said the organizers did not have the funds needed to pay city expenses.
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