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Dallas County Gyms, Bars, Theaters To Close, Restaurants Take Out Only

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson ordered all community gatherings to be capped at 50 people and that all bars, lounges, taverns, nightclubs, health clubs and theaters to close by midnight Monday as the city combats the spread of COVID-19.
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[Video] Texas HEB Hired Mariachi Band To Play As Customers Deal With Long Lines

As the coronavirus continues to spread, grocery stores have probably been hit the hardest. Many have dealt with a shortage in supplies and mass crowds as people prepare for the worst. Luckily, HEB isn’t getting flustered, continuing to keep the shelves stocked with toilet paper and water
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List Of North Texas School & Event Cancellations

Due to the coronavirus threats, several events have been postponed or canceled. Additionally, schools have announced alternate plans for the resumption of classes.
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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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Dallas St. Patrick's Day Parade Canceled Due To Coronavirus

The coronavirus is now affecting a major Dallas event.
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The Richest Woman In The World Lives In Fort Worth

You may not know her, but you know her store.
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Blue Bell Ice Cream Licker Sentenced To 30 Days In Jail For Viral Stunt

Viral challenges are usually all in good fun, but one that went viral last year was a little too much for most Texans. The Blue Bell challenge saw people going to grocery stores, opening up ice cream containers and licking the top, before putting the container back in the freezer.
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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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Photo Credit: Rodger Mallison/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/TNS/Sipa USA

Tony Romo's New Announcing Deal Will Make Him $17 Million A Season

And we thought being a quarterback was lucrative.
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