Area students travel road to college

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As the rest of the student body took college preparation exams, Little Elm High School freshmen got their first taste of university life earlier this week.

Abbotts honor new inductees into Texas Women’s Hall of Fame

Five women representing business, the arts, science, public service and aviation were honored Friday as the newest members of the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame.

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Singin’ in the swamp

Actor Paul Iwanicki knows it’s not easy being green. But taking on hard work doesn’t deter the 38-year-old Carrollton resident from filling the lead ogre’s shoes in Music Theatre of Denton’s upcoming show, Shrek the Musical, director Bill Kirkley said.

Norah Jones is back at the piano in her newest work

Briefly in arts and community

Kings of Leon, Oberst impress, don’t dazzle in latest releases

Old South Dallas box warehouse could be hippest new art gallery


Paths to profit: Area haunt, costume shop about more than season sales

If you’ve seen zombies veiled from head to toe in pitch black robes meandering around the Fry Street area, it’s not your beer goggles kicking in.

What’s open, what’s closed

First-timers buying more homes

Tina Mims: Women innovate to help cancer survivors

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Health care sign-ups may rise

WASHINGTON — Facing new challenges to a legacy law, the Obama administration on Wednesday set modest expectations for the president’s final health care sign-up season. The biggest worry: rising premiums and dwindling choices.

Preteens need only two HPV shots — not three, CDC says

10 bone marrow matches, and hopes for more

Bob Moos: Few people plan for the cost of long-term care

Early prostate cancer survival rate same if monitored or treated