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Making An Independent Decision

Making An Independent Decision

I am not an avid NBA fan, but I keep up with the game and know most of the key players and top teams. Clearly LeBron James is the dominate player in the NBA today. What’s interesting to me, is the decision he made a few years ago to leave Cleveland and take his skills [...]
Fiercely Loyal: How High Performing...

Fiercely Loyal: How High Performing Companies Develop and Retain Top Talent

by Dġv Baron The number one problem facing business today is loss of top talent. Ninety-one percent of Millennials?those workers born between 1980 and 2004?expect to stay in their current job fewer than three years. Companies can?t afford that kind of turnover as many studies show that the total cost of losing an employee can [...]


DSN Newswire Live Happy Magazine Invites Dallas Residents to Make their Mark with the #HappyActs Challenge Three years ago the United Nations established March 20 as the International Day of Happiness. Live Happy, the magazine driven by a mission to make the world a happier place joined in and led the largest awareness campaign, to [...]
Representative Yvonne Davis Announc...

Representative Yvonne Davis Announces $500,000 2015-2016 Urban Scholarship Fund

DSN Newswire State Representative Yvonne Davis (D-Dallas) announced that over $500,000 in scholarships are available for high school graduates from Dallas and twenty eight other urban areas throughout Texas. Administrated by the Texas Association of Developing Colleges (TADC), the Urban Scholarship Program was created during the 74th Legislative session as part of House Bill 2128 [...]
The Quick Guide On How To Price You...

The Quick Guide On How To Price Your Ebook

By Kim Staflund Amazon Vs. Kobo: Which Is Better For Price And Value? Last year, a major milestone was reached in the ebook industry: self-published authors began taking home the bulk of all author earnings generated on Amazon.com, eclipsing those represented by major traditional publishers. There has never been more opportunity in human history to [...]
$30.5M in ?Face Forward? grants ava...

$30.5M in ?Face Forward? grants available to help youth with juvenile records

DSN Newswire The initiative?s third phase continues program?s progress with helping youth gain job skills and start new careers. Youth who have been in the juvenile justice system often face numerous challenges as they attempt to enter the workforce and become productive citizens. The stigma that a juvenile record carries can close doors before they [...]


Lupe Valdez Wins Democratic Primary...

Lupe Valdez Wins Democratic Primary Runoff For Governor, Will Face Abbott

Former Dallas County sheriff Lupe Valdez has won the Democratic primary runoff for governor. She will face current Gov. Greg Abbott in November.
Body Of Exchange Student Killed In ...

Body Of Exchange Student Killed In Texas School Shooting Arrives In Pakistan

The body of a 17-year-old Pakistani exchange student killed in a mass shooting at Santa Fe High School arrived in the port city of Karachi, where her family lives.
Colin Allred To Face Rep. Pete Sess...

Colin Allred To Face Rep. Pete Sessions After Winning Democratic Primary Runoff

Colin Allred defeated Lillian Salerno in the Democratic Primary runoff for the 32nd Congressional District. He will face Rep. Pete Sessions in November.
Houston Astros Honor Texas School S...

Houston Astros Honor Texas School Shooting Victims

The shirts have "We Play For Santa Fe" on them and are in the school's colors.
Family Of Dallas Officer Injured In...

Family Of Dallas Officer Injured In Home Depot Shooting Speaks About Her Recovery

Dallas police officer Crystal Almeida left the hospital on Saturday after spending weeks in the ICU fighting for her life.
3-Year-Olds Taking Tests In Mesquit...

3-Year-Olds Taking Tests In Mesquite Pre-K Program

?They are learning a lot. My daughter Alexa is learning all the letters, numbers. She?s starting to write sentences,? parent Icela Gudino said.


Continue reading DA wants Home Depo...

Continue reading DA wants Home Depot shooting suspect put to death for Dallas officer's slaying

The Dallas County District Attorney is seeking the death penalty for the man accused of killing a Dallas police officer and wounding his partner and a Home Depot loss prevention officer. Armando Luis Juarez, 30, was indicted on five felony charges in the April 24 shooting -- one count of capital murder, one count of attempted capital murder, one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon on a public servant.

Prosecutors seek death penalty in k...

Prosecutors seek death penalty in killing of Dallas officer

In this April 24, 2018, file photo, Home Depot employees comfort one another outside the store after two police officers and a civilian were shot in Dallas.

Tuesday Links: FC Dallas notes, Zla...

Tuesday Links: FC Dallas notes, Zlatan's first red card and more

Why the Whitecaps draw taught us what it means to be an FC Dallas fan - Big D Soccer Postulating about three pillars of FC Dallas fandom, what it means and how we move forward here after Saturday's game. FC Dallas FCD had some guys on loan over the weekend in the USL, and all did pretty well.

Dallas Comedy House Receives a Visi...

Dallas Comedy House Receives a Visit From the Fire Marshal for Being Over Capacity

An anonymous complaint was sent to the fire marshal stating both buildings that make up Dallas Comedy House were over capacity, thus creating a fire hazard. Of the two buildings, only one is open to the public, that being the home to DCH's two theaters and bar area.

The Dallas Symphony's Season Finale...

The Dallas Symphony's Season Finale Pairs Beethoven with a Major World Premiere

This weekend, Jaap van Zweden concludes his tenure as music director of the Dallas Symphony with performances of perhaps the most famous work in the orchestra's repertoire: Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. But there's another piece on the program, a major world premiere of a new work written especially for the DSO.

After Santa Fe shooting, Gov. Greg ...

After Santa Fe shooting, Gov. Greg Abbott cancels his 'Texas-made' shotgun contest

Gov. Greg Abbott has decided not to give away a shotgun in the wake of the shooting at Santa Fe High School. On Monday, Abbott campaign spokesman John Wittman confirmed the governor, who is running for re-election, will no longer be raffling off a "Texas-made shotgun."


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