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Dallas gorilla having genuine fun: Experts weigh in on zoo's viral video
The Dallas Zoo's video of a gorilla splashing, thrashing and spinning like a top in plastic pool has gone viral.
AP analysis: District lines affected Texas House vote
El Paso horse sanctuary aids unwanted animals
AP analysis shows how gerrymandering benefited GOP in 2016
The drawing of lines for hundreds of U.S. and state legislative seats gave Republicans a real advantage in 2016, according to an Associated Press analysis.
House Republican plans to file two bathrooms bills during special session
The special legislative session is nearly a month away, but Rep. Ron Simmons is ready to file two different versions of what is likely to be the most controversial measure that lawmakers debate: restricting where transgender Texans can use the bathroom.
Arlington man killed during Pearl Harbor coming home
DALLAS -- Navy Seaman 1st Class George Anderson Coke Jr., killed in action during the attack on Pearl Harbor over 75 years ago, will at long last be returned to Arlington on Friday.
Arlington man killed during Pearl Harbor attack finally coming home
Navy Seaman 1st Class George Anderson Coke Jr., killed in action during the attack on Pearl Harbor over 75 years ago, will at long last be returned to Arlington on Friday. The process of bringing his remains home has been long and arduous.
Coal documentary puts Dallas in spotlight
Dallas isn't coal country, but some of its residents are now part of a national debate over the politically charged energy source. The documentary From the Ashes that premiered this year at the Tribeca Film Festival is set to air on the National Geographic Channel at 8 p.m. Sunday. The film features several Dallas-area residents, including a doctor, asthma sufferers and former Dallas Morning News environmental writer Randy Loftis, talking about the effects of pollution from coal-burning plants.
Denton's tree ordinance could fall
French pastries now featured at Golden Triangle Mall
Remap case could affect Texas
Already grappling with the potential impact of a recent Supreme Court ruling on racial gerrymandering, Texas political observers faced the possibility of a new and broader challenge to the state's congressional map Monday as the court took up a Wisconsin case on partisan gerrymandering.