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New retailer, restaurant coming to Sundance Square

Sundance Square announced today it is adding a new retailer and a Korean restaurant to its misx. Women’s retailer White House Black Market will open a 3,815-square-foot store at the corner of Houston

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North Tarrant Express remains ahead of schedule

North Tarrant Express is ahead of schedule, with the $2.2 billion freeway improvement project 88 percent complete and expected to wrap up by year’s end. “We’re at least six months ahead of schedule,” said Heather DeLapp, regional public relations manager with the project.

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AT&T looks to hook up Fort Worth and area cities with fast fiber network

Fort Worth and several area cities are among the 100 cities where AT&T will expand its GigaPower ultra-fast fiber network.

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UT Arlington's new president sets a standard

Since taking the reins as the eighth president of the University of Texas at Arlington nearly a year ago, Vistasp Karbhari is committed to advancing the university’s national and international profile while encouraging and celebrating student, faculty and staff success.

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NYC comptroller questions Texas oil company's NRA giving

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The New York City comptroller has asked a Texas oil company to explain its chairman's reported donations of $1 million each to the National Rifle Association and conservative political action committee American Crossroads.

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UPDATE: Fort Worth real estate agent found dead in office

 

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The suspect in the stabbing death of a North Texas real estate agent is in police custody following a standoff.

Fort Worth police Cpl. Tracey Knight says the man who had barricaded himself in a Fort Worth home shot multiple times at SWAT officers on Tuesday but officers did not return fire. No officers were injured.

She says the man has been taken to a local hospital with at least one self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Police responded to the home after getting a call from the homeowner that he was there.

The Tarrant County medical examiner says Suzanne Parsons, the 49-year-old woman found dead Monday afternoon at her Fort Worth office, died from multiple stab and cut wounds to the neck and chest. Parsons is listed as a real estate agent for RE/MAX. Parsons, of Haslet, was found deceased inside her office at the ReMax location on the 4200 block of Heritage Trace Parkway.



 

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