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Dallas-area home price growth trails national rate

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Midland housing market outsizzles Boston, San Francisco, Houston

The Texas oil town of Midland edged out Boston and San Francisco as the hottest real estate market in the country in April, while Houston stayed on the cooler side, a new report showed. Midland landed the top spot among 300 metro areas tracked by realtor.com’s Market Hotness Index, which measures time-on-the-market data and listings […]

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PFF 2018 NFL Draft Recap – Dallas Cowboys

Apr 26, 2018; Arlington, TX, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell with Leighton Vander Esch is selected as the number nineteen overall pick to the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports As we noted before, the Dallas Cowboys have built one of […]

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Superior T Offers GAINSWave® in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area

MCKINNEY, Texas, May 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Superior T practitioner, Dr. Jerry Lewis, is pleased to announce he now offers GAINSWave at his two locations outside of Dallas! This breakthrough non-invasive medical therapy uses low-intensity shockwave therapy to enhance sexual performance and to treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED) symptoms. As men age, the vessels in their […]

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Lakewood estate of mayor known as ‘Mr. Dallas’ hits market for $2.9 million

The French-inspired estate, at 6941 Gaston Ave., was built by famed Texas oilman and builder Edwin Cox, Sr. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller The home sits on one acre. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller A tunnel stretching from Chateau des Grotteaux to White Rock Lake might have been used to smuggle liquor during Prohibition. Photo […]

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Dockless bikes promise the future of transportation, but litter the city of Dallas

DALLAS — Colorful fixed-gear bikes litter the city’s streets here. They’re in Uptown, where 20-somethings sip craft cocktails on breezy outdoor patios, and in White Rock Lake, where moms in yoga pants meet to push strollers. From the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, bikes are visible in the Trinity River below. The bikes are everywhere downtown, […]

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Moving to Dallas Texas can be trying if you’re new to the process. There are so dummy

Moving to Dallas Texas can be trying if you’re new to the process. There are so many places to live there that it can take time to find your perfect home. Use this guide and you can find a nice home to live in quickly. A home is going to have to be in a […]

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Reports on Dallas Inequality Shy Away from Important Possible Factors, Like Leadership and Work

Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, shown on his way to court last year for the federal bribery trial in which he was acquitted, equates manual labor with slavery. “It all comes down to slavery. The middle name that most African-Americans call their job, they call it slavery.”—John Wiley Price Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley […]

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Some Oklahoma teachers find the grass really is greener in Texas

After years of poor pay, supply shortages and overcrowded classes, former Oklahoma teacher Chelsea Price decided the best way to pursue the profession she loves was to leave her home state and head south to Texas. The harsh economic realities of teaching in Oklahoma, where school salaries are some of the lowest in the United […]

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