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  • Local pastors of all races demand justice for Botham Jean

  • Mavericks owner Mark Cuban donates $10 million after workplace probe

  • Man shot, killed while driving on I-20 in Fort Worth

  • Candlelight vigil Wednesday will honor Fort Worth Officer Garrett Hull

  • Anna officer saves woman from being hit by truck

Politics

  • Reuters poll shows Beto O'Rourke ahead of Ted Cruz for first time in race for Senate

  • Brett Kavanaugh accuser's colleagues point to her integrity

  • Bob Woodward's Trump White House chronicle 'Fear' sells 1.1 million copies in 1st week

  • Kavanaugh's accuser wants FBI probe before she testifies

  • Quinnipiac: Cruz has nine-point lead over O'Rourke in poll of Texas likely voters

Sports

  • Friday night high school football games in North Texas moved due to weather forecast

  • Mavericks owner Mark Cuban donates $10 million after workplace probe

  • Texas school superintendent under fire for racist comment about Deshaun Watson

  • Snell wins 20th, ties Rays record in 4-0 victory over Rangers

  • Cowboys re-sign veteran WR Butler after camp with Cards


 

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