Luxurious apartments in North Dallas

The apartments in North Dallas are made in such a way that every person can get access to them and can customize the apartments as well according to specifications and the demands.

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The Dallas Morning News Charities Inaugural Summer Feeding Campaign Raises $105,000

Staff Photographer In May, The Dallas Morning News Charities launched a first-time campaign to raise funds to feed hungry North Texas children during summer break. The goal was $30,000. At about $1 per meal, that’s roughly 30,000 meals. Donors more than tripled that measure, though, as the inaugural summer feeding campaign raised about $105,000 from…

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North Texas Concertgoers Feel More Sadness Than Fear After Manchester Attack

DALLAS — The headliner Tuesday night at the American Airlines Center in Dallas was nostalgia. A mostly grown-up group filled in to see “The Total Package Tour,” featuring New Kids On The Block, Paula Abdul, and Boyz II Men. Judging by the themed t-shirts, NKOTB was the crowd favorite. “[They were] my very first concert,…

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North Texas Students Trek South To Help Another Football Team

WYLIE (CBSDFW.COM) – It was their first game and Rockport-Fulton High School was not even playing on their own field. Hurricane Harvey left the towns of Rockport and Fulton along with their high school devastated. “The damage was bad, really bad in some places,” said Justin Bogaards, a wide receiver for the Rockport-Fulton Pirates. “Some…

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Three North Texas Heart Walks raise more than $6 million

North Texas tallied $6.3 million for the American Heart Association at its three Heart Walks held Sept. 9 in Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties. The Dallas Heart Walk is the big daddy, reaping $5.2 million of the total. Gross proceeds are expected to rise because participants typically submit donations through November, a spokeswoman said. The…

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Will North Texas quakes grow bigger and more dangerous?

Slowly but surely, seismic researchers are strengthening their conclusion that the swarm of North Texas earthquakes in recent years have been human-induced. Texas Railroad Commission, are you listening? Research has long established a probable link between tremors and pressure from wastewater injection disposal wells used in oil and gas operations. However, new research from an…

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Yes, North Texas, You Should Pay Attention to Harvey

The potential effects of Hurricane Harvey. Sometime late Friday or very early Saturday, a massive weather system named Harvey, possibly a tropical storm but more likely a hurricane, is going to hit southeast Texas. While it appears North Texas will avoid the brunt of the winds, rainfall and flooding expected, Harvey is still going to…

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North Dallas Texas Puts You Close To The Action

If you’re looking for a new place to live that has plenty to do and lots of jobs to help you pay for it, then North Dallas in Texas is someplace that you might want to consider relocating to. This is true whether you’re already in the Lone Star State or looking for new horizons…

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Uber to Test Flying Cars in North Texas

DALLAS — According to Uber, air travel is the future of ridesharing. The San Francisco-based company announced it’s currently developing the new service, Uber Elevate Network. The company claims through the use of small aircraft, it will cut a 1 hour, 40-minute commute down to 15 minutes at an affordable price to the average consumer….

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NASA power player will become new UNT boss

This time, it really is rocket science: Thursday, University of North Texas regents are expected to select a longtime NASA leader to help launch the system into a new era of research and exploration. Lesa Roe will be announced as the sole finalist for the position of chancellor. Roe, who is currently acting as NASA’s…

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