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    EMERGENCY RESPONSE | FIRE LOSSStribling PTO sets up Villa Dianna fund

    An early-morning fire Nov. 15 destroyed Villa Dianna, a popular Italian eatery in unincorporated Burleson, but it has strengthened the Stribling Elementary School's desire to support its immediate community. Read More...

    BUSINESS


    HEALTH | NOTEBOOKGet free mammograms, massages Oct. 9

    Texas Health Huguley Hospital will offer free digital screening mammograms by appointment Oct. 9 to women without health insurance who reside in Tarrant or Johnson Counties. Read More...
    SPORTS
    FOOTBALL | AZLE 45, BURLESON 20Elks season ends in loss to Azle

    Burleson reached second playoff round for third time
    NORTH RICHLAND HILLS – The winningest team in Azle's program history proved to be too much for Burleson.Senior quarterback Jamie King rushed for three touchdowns and passed for two more Friday night lifting Azle to a school record win total and past Burleson, 45-20, with a 28-point third quarter in a Class 5A-Division II Region I area playoff at Birdville ISD's Fine Arts and Athletic Complex. Read More...
    LIFESTYLES
    BURLESON | OLD TOWN VISITORChildren's author unveils Bransom history book

    Nancy Arnold now knows why everyone told her to talk to John Duke Smith.The author of a children's book, "Pioneer Pups," that shares the historical tale of the Bransom family's relocation and settlement of Burleson, had an idea to share the story with Burleson. Read More...
    TEXAS NEWS
    Houston's 2 airports set passenger records in 2013

    HOUSTON (AP) More people than ever are passing through Houston's two major airports. Year-end traffic reports released Tuesday by the Houston Airport System show Hobby Airport was used by 11. Read More...

    OBITUARIES


    CHARLOTTE RUTH MARTIN

    Burleson -- Charlotte Ruth Martin, 77, of Burleson, passed away Friday, Nov. 14, 2014, in Burleson. Read More...
    City's 'ugly' Christmas tree prompts public outcry

    READING, Pa. (AP) — A Christmas tree that might make Charlie Brown think twice is getting kicked to the curb a little early after residents of a Pennsylvania town complained it was too ugly. Full Story
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    Shifting attitudes at play in Cosby allegations

    Tamra Wade struggled mightily over whether to go to the police more than a decade ago, when, she says, a trusted professor forced himself on her in an empty classroom. Full Story