Archive | June 2016

Gas Prices Across Texas Up 4 Cents — CBS Dallas / Fort WorthCBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter COPPELL (AP) – Retail gasoline prices have climbed another 4 cents across Texas this week to an average of $2.12 per gallon. AAA Texas on Thursday reported the nationwide price at the pump also rose 2 cents this week to average $2.33 per gallon. The association survey found that Dallas and Fort Worth have the most expensive gasoline…

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Meet the Leader Quest: Bonus Day — Empire Avenue

MEET THE LEADERS QUEST EXTENDED You have until JUNE 2 at 8:00 pm ET (That’s 00:00 UTC.) to complete the Meet the Leaders Quest and collect more than 7 million eaves. FEATURED LEADERS: Keep your pinned post up until June 2. If you update it, be sure to include the clue needed to unlock your achievement. […]

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AG Paxton Loses Appeal In His Criminal Case — CBS Dallas / Fort WorthCBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A special prosecutor handling the criminal case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says an appeals court has upheld the indictment on securities fraud charges. Special prosecutor Brian Wice said Wednesday night that the Dallas-based 5th Court of Appeals allowed the case against the state’s top prosecutor to…

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I-Team: Teens Turning To Flower Seeds To Get High — CBS Dallas / Fort WorthCBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter NORTH TEXAS (CBS11 I-TEAM) – A warning for parents– the I-Team is learning some teenagers are turning to flower seeds for a cheap but dangerous high. Young people are posting videos all over YouTube about their experiences after eating flower seeds. One boy holds a bag in front of the camera showing…

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Drivers Who Ignore Flooded Roadway Signs Can Face Criminal Charges — CBS Dallas / Fort WorthCBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Ignore warnings of high water on the road ahead and you’re risking more than your car. In Texas it is a crime to bypass barricades during flooding. “You could actually take someone to jail,” warned DPS Sgt. Lonny Haschel. Under state law, a driver could be charged with a…

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