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Welcome to Local Looks!

Welcome to Local Looks!

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Southbound I-35E Shut Down Due to Overturned Semi in Dallas

Southbound I-35E Shut Down Due to Overturned Semi in Dallas

Authorities say a semitrailer tipped onto its side, blocking multiple lanes of Interstate 35E Wednesday morning.

Tarrant County 911's Swift Response to Attack

Tarrant County 911's Swift Response to Attack

Tarrant County 911 officials said they learned valuable lessons after the 911 district fell victim to a cyber attack.

Woman Dies After Being Shot on Street in Dallas

Woman Dies After Being Shot on Street in Dallas

Police say a woman is dead after being shot near a home in Dallas late Tuesday night.

Mexicans Consider Future Under Trump's Immigration Rules

Mexicans Consider Future Under Trump's Immigration Rules

Mexicans fear deportee and refugee camps could be popping up along their northern border under the Trump administration's plan to start deporting to Mexico all Latin Americans and others who entered the U.S. illegally through this country. Previous U.S. policy called for only Mexican citizens to be sent to Mexico. Migrants known as "OTMs" — Other Than Mexicans — got flown back to their homelands. Now, under a sweeping rewrite of enforcement policies announced Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, migrants might be dumped over the border into a violence-plagued land where they have no ties while their asylum claims or deportation proceedings are heard in the United States. U.S. officials didn't say what Mexico would be expected to do with them.

Selena Gomez's $3M Fort Worth Home for Sale

Selena Gomez's $3M Fort Worth Home for Sale

Pop star Selena Gomez is selling her 10,000 square foot Fort Worth dream home.

Texas Wildflower Forecast: Hold onto Your Hats!

Texas Wildflower Forecast: Hold onto Your Hats!

It's nearly March, which means Texas' annual bluebonnet/wildflower season is right around the corner.