The Outdoor Warning Siren test will be conducted today. On the first Wednesday of each month, we conduct our regularly scheduled outdoor warning siren test at 1pm. The test will last approximately two minutes.
We conduct these tests to ensure that the siren system is working properly. These tests are conducted on the first Wednesday of each month at 1pm across the entire North Texas region, provided that the weather is not overcast.
By ED ERNSTES, WSBT 22 Reporter
Elkhart schools are teaming up with a South Bend-based food rescue for a pilot program. (WSBT 22 photo)
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WSBT) – An Indiana school district is taking steps to make sure kids have enough to eat.
Elkhart Community Schools students usually get breakfast and lunch at school, but on the weekends at home, they may be without food.
That’s where the South Bend-based non-profit Cultivate comes in: it provides weekend meals to a small group of students in the elementary school pilot program.
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By Teresa Gubbins
L’Daijohnique Lee (YouTube)
A woman who was the victim of an assault in Deep Ellum now has charges filed against her for causing damage to her attacker’s pickup truck.
L’Daijohnique Lee, 24, has been charged with felony criminal mischief, according to a Dallas Police Department press conference on April 2.
Lee was beaten on March 21 by Austin Shuffield, a bartender at a Deep Ellum club, after a confrontation in a parking lot which was captured on video by a witness.
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By Alex Bentley
The documents will be on display, free of charge, during regular box office hours and during each performance. (Photo by Joan Marcus)
A copy of the Declaration of Independence and other historical American documents will go on display during the run of Hamilton in Dallas, April 2 to May 5.
Dallas Summer Musicals, in partnership with the Dallas Public Library and Seth Kaller Inc., will present a collection of Revolutionary War and Founding Era documents in the lobby of the Music Hall at Fair Park during the show’s run.
The centerpiece of the display will be the Dallas Public Library’s rare, July 4, 1776 broadside of the Declaration of Independence.
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The Grapevine Source thanks all of our military men and women for their service! The Houston Chronicle recently featured this young Navy Recruit from Pearland, Texas, which is just 15 miles south of Houston. Thank you for all you do, Alixandra!
Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jarrod A. Schad, USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) / U.S. Navy
U.S. Navy Seaman Recruit Alixandra Garcia, from Houston, fakes down line on the fantail aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) while pulling out of Manama, Bahrain on March 28, 2019.
The John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations in support of naval operations to ensure maritime stability and security in the Central Region, connecting the Mediterranean and the Pacific through the western Indian Ocean and three strategic choke points.
Let’s join the global effort that teaches and inspires people to live more responsibly locally. Grapevine’s annual outdoor Earth Day Celebration will help celebrate Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary! Held at the Town Square Gazebo (325 S. Main St.) in downtown Grapevine, this fun family event features educational presentations and vendors that will help us learn to live more environmentally friendly.
- Pollinators and Beekeeping
- iNaturalist Explorers Program
- Couch Potatoes Composting
Hosted in partnership with Keep Grapevine Beautiful and Grapevine’s Convention and Visitor’s Bureau.
- Date: Saturday, April 20
- Time: 9:00 AM – Noon
- Location: Town Square Gazebo (325 S. Main St.)
- Tickets: Click HERE
We don’t just lay down the law, we strive to help people in our community. And when we are done with our shift — sometimes we nap. North Richland Hills PD and Corinth Police Department, you are both challenged. #BackTheBLUEbonnets
- BURGLARY OF BUILDING (BURGLARY OF CHILL BAR AND GRILL): 800 S MAIN ST
- THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$30K<$150K; ATTEMPTED AUTO THEFT): 100 GREAT WOLF DR
- ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY (FEMALE ASSAULTED BY BOYFRIEND’S WIFE): 1400 PARK BLVD
- THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$100<$750; SUBJECTS TOOK A CART FULL OF BABY FORMULA FROM STORE): 300 S PARK BLVD
- DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 600 BALL ST
- ANIMAL BITE REPORT: 2400 TIMBERLINE DR
- THEFT PROP (>=$750<$2,500; THEFT OF PRINTER INK AT OFFICE DEPOT) :1300 W SH 114
- CRIMINAL MISCHIEF (>=$100<$750; JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE FRONT PASSENGER WINDOW SHATTERED): 3600 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
- ONLINE SOLICITATION OF A MINOR UNDER 14
- DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 1000 W NORTHWEST HWY
- BURGLARY OF BUILDING 700 W SH 114 3/23/2019 4:41:00 AM BURGLARY OF A BUILDING
- THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$100<$750): 3600 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
- THEFT UNDER $100.00 (THEFT OF PERFUME): 3000 GRAPEVINE MILLS PKWY
- DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 700 W SH 114
- DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (2ND): 1900 WILLIAM D TATE AVE
- DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (3RD OR MORE): 2800 MUSTANG DR
- DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: 1400 WILLIAM D TATE AVE
- THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$100<$750): 1600 W SH 114
- ANIMAL BITE REPORT: 800 E DOVE LOOP RD
- THEFT OF PROPERTY (>=$100<$750): 1200 OAK GROVE LOOP N
- ANIMAL BITE REPORT: 500 TURNER RD
- DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (2ND): 1300 E SH 114
FORT WORTH (CBSDDFW.COM) – A woman filed a law suit against Olive Garden claiming she was burned by a piece of a stuffed mushroom that became stuck in her throat.
According to court records, Danny Howard filed the case March 8 in Tarrant County District Court.
Howard said that the restaurant did not make her aware that the mushrooms were extremely hot.
The court filing says Howard went to an Olive Garden in Tarrant County back on August 11, 2017 and ordered the stuffed mushroom appetizer. In the lawsuit, she claims that there was “no admonishment or warning” that the mushrooms “were particularly hot or carried the risk to cause severe burns.”
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