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A man from Clarksville, Tennessee, Brian Carr, confirmed with Narcity that he was traveling through Dallas Love Field Airport on August 11 following a business trip when he was roofied at a bar there.

This article contains content that may be upsetting to some of our readers.

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Summer is a popular time of year to pack up the car and head out on the open road to a new destination in America.

To help people plan their road trips in the U.S. this year, WalletHub created a ranked list of all 50 states from best to worst for travelling via car.

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This past weekend 41 beauty pageant contestants from all over the Lone Star State brought their very best to Richardson, TX in an effort to win the title of the next Miss Texas.

A historical result, Averie Bishop from Carrolton, TX became the first Asian American woman to win the title. She will move on to compete for Miss America at a later date.

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Ahead of the fourth season of Netflix's Stranger Things premiering at the end of May, the official store filled with set renderings from the show and exciting merch is opening in Dallas this weekend.

Once you step through the doors of Grapevine Mills Mall, you will enter the world of Hawkins, Indiana in the '80s.

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A valedictorian in Texas is blowing up the internet with her passionate speech on a new anti-abortion law in the state being called the "Heartbeat Bill."

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Texas may soon allow driver's licenses to be accessible on residents' cell phones.

A new bill, dubbed HB 273, was filed by Democratic State Representative Terry Canales, and, if passed, will create a pilot program for digital identification in the Lone Star State.

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Cryptocurrencies continue to rise in popularity as more companies start accepting them as forms of payment.  

Mark Cuban and his NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks, have been accepting cryptocurrencies for nearly two years, but they are now the first organization to allow fans to use the meme-themed cryptocurrency known as Dogecoin to buy tickets and merchandise.

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One of the most mysterious things that happened in the infamous 2020 was the appearance of multiple strange silver monoliths.

Starting in Utah, these strange metal structures have popped up all around the world, and now they're back for more in 2021 after one has been spotted in North Texas.

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Texas has an insane variety of wildlife, and even Mountain Lions are common in certain areas, but some have recently been spotted chasing the city life.

As of Friday, December 11, there have been two mountain lion spottings in urban areas of North Texas, which has residents just a little freaked out.

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Dallas' Klyde Warren Park is receiving an absolutely massive early Christmas present.

The park will soon be the site of the "World's Tallest Interactive Fountain," which will feature an island of stainless steel "trees" that will shoot water up to 55 feet in the air.

Every night, the fountain will come to life with colorful lights sending streams of shimmering water into the air perfectly synchronized to musical soundtracks in a show which rivals that of The Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas.

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The Dallas Maverick's Luka Dončić has made a big name for himself on the basketball court, but he's also making a name for himself in a more virtual world.

The NBA star's girlfriend, Anamaria Goltes, posted a video of him playing the popular battle royal game "Fortnite" on her Instagram story, for all 126-thousand followers to see.

Goltes, 22, amassed her large Insta following with her super-model fitness photos and a variety of different sponsorships.

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The 2020 NBA Draft wrapped up Wednesday night and many young basketball stars saw their dreams come true, including that of Josh Green.

Green was selected in the first round by the Dallas Mavericks, but another athlete by the same name ended up taking in all the glory.

Josh Green, a professional rugby player from Tasmania, woke up to see his name spread all over Twitter, and he definitely took advantage of it.

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