Rangers won't stop Elvis Andrus from running despite tying club record for

Rangers won't stop Elvis Andrus from running despite tying club record for
April 8, 2016; Anaheim, CA, USA; Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus (1) is caught stealing second against Los Angeles Angels shortstop Cliff Pennington (7) in the fifth inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY …
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Large marijuana-growing operation found in the woods in Mountain Creek
Dallas police have uncovered a large marijuana-growing operation deep in the woods in the Mountain Creek area, KXAS-TV (NBC5) reports. More than 5,000 marijuana plants were found Thursday near South Ledbetter Drive and West Kiest Boulevard, …
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Hillary Clinton opens Dallas office, gets endorsement from Mexican-American

Hillary Clinton opens Dallas office, gets endorsement from Mexican-American
Just days before early voting begins for the Texas primary, Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton Saturday opened a regional campaign office in Dallas. More than 150 people jammed into the northwest Dallas office to pick up campaign signs …
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Dallas officer hurt after breaking up bar brawl in Uptown
A Dallas police officer working an off-duty security job was injured trying to break up a bar brawl early Saturday in Uptown. Senior Cpl. Gerardo Huante was working in full uniform at the Concrete Cowboy in the 2500 block of Cedar Springs Road when he …
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Dallas Cowboys: Redskins' Colt McCoy 'Interesting Option' In Free Agency
The Dallas Cowboys went from first to worst in the NFC East during the 2015 regular season, and there is no doubt that injuries played a major factor in their disappointing season. The Cowboys lost their franchise quarterback, Tony Romo, twice to a …
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Texas A&M investigating reports of racial slurs aimed at Dallas charter school
State Sen. Royce West and Texas A&M University's president condemned reports of racial slurs hurled at Dallas students during a campus tour this week. About 60 juniors from Uplift Hampton Preparatory in Red Bird were visiting A&M on Tuesday when they …
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