Fire burns family home

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As plumes of white smoke continued to rise in the air, Maria Neavez held back tears as she watched firefighters spray water on the smoldering ruins of her home. “We’ve lost everything,” she said, her voice cracking. “We’re devastated.”

In 10th convention speech, Bill Clinton faces tougher crowd

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Bill Clinton was once the Democrats explainer-in-chief, electrifying the convention crowd with his support of President Barack Obama. Today, he increasingly seems to be explaining himself.

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El Guapo’s makes way for el papá

After 12 years in business, downtown Denton staple El Guapo’s is now closed. Monday was owner Michael Zampino’s last day, coordinated with his son’s birthday. Zampino’s gift to his son, the oldest of four siblings, was closing the restaurant.

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It looks simple, but planking pays off big

Consider the plank. Not the pirate variety, not the kind into which you hammer nails, not the kind on which salmon rests while being grilled. Instead, The Plank.

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Organ transplants come a long way,but hurdles remain

Pediatrics office going up at Rayzor Ranch

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