North Texas Students Trek South To Help Another Football Team

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 people don’t even have homes anymore.” Rockport-Fulton has not won a game this season. Rockport-Fulton High School football game (Jeff…

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Three North Texas Heart Walks raise more than $6 million

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 American Heart Association, which is based in Dallas, paid it forward by sending $100,000 to the Salvation Army to help…

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How Dallas is making a big play for Amazon’s second North American headquarters

How Dallas is making a big play for Amazon’s second North American headquarters

more Amazon.com Amazon.com’s campus in Seattle has offices, restaurants, cafes and other services to… more Amazon.com The Seattle-based online… Dallas-Fort Worth leaders are stepping up in a big way in hopes of luring Amazon.com Inc.’s proposed $5 billion second North American headquarters to the region. The Seattle-based online retail giant announced Thursday it would begin a national real estate search for a major North American city to house its second corporate headquarters, and executives are…

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Baby’s middle name ‘Dallas’ after Houston family finds refuge in North Texas

Baby’s middle name ‘Dallas’ after Houston family finds refuge in North Texas

DALLAS – She came to Dallas from nearly 300 miles away, contractions in the car, and a drive out of the deluge into the shelter of an unfamiliar metropolis. Jessica Braddock was pregnant as Tropical Storm Harvey headed towards Baytown, her home with her boyfriend and son, a child less than a year old. But out of endless wreckage wrought by furious floodwaters, joy emerged for Jessica’s family Thursday, with the birth of her new…

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