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    CHARITABLE CAUSES | GIVING DAY Local charities hoping for help today

    09/18/2014 09:12 AM CDT
    The sixth annual Communities Foundation of Texas' North Texas Giving Day is Thursday and organizers and participants are hopeful residents will rise to the challenge and outpace donations turned in last year. 
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    Wicker Hill residents oppose zoning change
    09/18/2014 09:09 AM CDT - Several county residents in recent weeks have approached Burleson city officials asking them to keep the Wicker Hill area zoned agriculturally. Read More...

    NATION / WORLD
    Morocco expands laws against jihad seekers

    RABAT, Morocco (AP) — With hundreds of Moroccans heading to Syria and Iraq to fight with extremists groups, Morocco has presented a new law criminalizing training with extremists or attempting to reach their camps. Full Story
    TEXAS NEWS
    American, US Airways tweak fees, mileage rules

    DALLAS (AP) — If you use miles to get a free ticket on American Airlines, you may have to pay to check that suitcase. Full Story
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    (TOMMY WHITWORTH/BURLESON STAR)
    FOOTBALL | WHITE SETTLEMENT BREWER 34, BURLESON 6Bears running game tramples Elks

    FORT WORTH — A pair of first-half turnovers and the inability to stop a featured running back for consecutive games led Burleson to a 34-6 loss Friday to White Settlement Brewer at Bear Stadium. Read More...
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    CHARITABLE CAUSES | GIVING DAY Local charities hoping for help today

    09/18/2014 09:12 AM CDT
    The sixth annual Communities Foundation of Texas' North Texas Giving Day is Thursday and organizers and participants are hopeful residents will rise to the challenge and outpace donations turned in last year. 
    Read More...
    Wicker Hill residents oppose zoning change
    09/18/2014 09:09 AM CDT - Several county residents in recent weeks have approached Burleson city officials asking them to keep the Wicker Hill area zoned agriculturally. Read More...

    Spartans to celebrate homecoming
    09/11/2014 09:35 AM CDT - Centennial High School homecoming court nominees dressed up Monday for America Day at school. Back row, from left, are Jonny Espinoza, Cameron Christian, Cory Hood, Bailey Douglas, Will Clark and Noah Mooney. Read More...

    Business park is becoming hot spot
    09/11/2014 09:30 AM CDT - HighPoint Business Park is getting a new tenant, but the company is not new to Burleson. Wagner-Smith Equipment Company, which sells, rents and maintains a full line of power grid equipment, has been in Burleson at the southeast corner of Hidden Creek Parkway and Interstate 35W since 1990 in a 30,000-square-foot facility. Read More...

    Plan unveiled for Bransom garden
    09/11/2014 09:28 AM CDT - A courtyard in need of TLC will soon be converted into its intended purpose of an outdoor learning center at Bransom Elementary School. Read More...

    Talking politics in Burleson
    09/05/2014 01:16 PM CDT - County Commissioner Kenny Howell, right, introduces U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, during his stop at Grump's Hamburgers in Old Town. Read More...

    BHS parade tradition to return
    09/05/2014 12:57 PM CDT - Tradition is being rekindled at Burleson High School.Led by football coach Gary McElroy, the homecoming parade, suspended several years ago for various reasons, is back on for 2014. Read More...

    (Charles Krupa/AP)
    Ig Nobel winner: Using pork to stop nosebleeds

    BOSTON (AP) — There's some truth to the effectiveness of folk remedies and old wives' tales when it comes to serious medical issues, according to findings by a team from Detroit Medical Center. Full Story