Rusty Redux: Dallas Pets Alive! adds event policies after biting incident

THE COLONY — Green or red? It’s usually not too hard to understand, right? That’s why it makes so much sense for Dallas Pets Alive! and their adoptable pets. “We’re actually evaluating our animals based on their behavior and personality and coding them green, yellow, orange, and red,” said Dallas Pets Alive! Asst. Dir. of Adoption Events Liesl Hlavacek. “Green is they’re friendly with everybody, and then it goes to the extreme of red. That, we would not recommend them […]

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Dallas Pets Alive! speaks for the first time about condemned dog, Rusty

DALLAS — The controversy surrounding Rusty the dog in Dallas is a complicated one. “I can sympathize with the family,” Dallas Pets Alive! Director Leslie Sans told NewsFix Tuesday. “I can only imagine what they were going through.” But… “We’re still going to work hard to save Rusty because he’s one of our own, and he deserves that, absolutely,” Sans said. As we’ve said before, Rusty is a foster of our Ruff Life partner, Dallas Pets Alive! and Tuesday they […]

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Free at last! The power of words drives MLK’s legacy

DALLAS — There’s a reason we’ve been told the pen is mightier than the sword, and one man understood that better than maybe, anyone. That man was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His words are his legacy, and his legacy was celebrated Monday with his birthday and his national holiday. Thousands, including our own personalities here at CW33, were on MLK Boulevard in Dallas in the parade that recognized the man who had a dream, the man who let freedom […]

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Free at last! The power of words drives MLK’s legacy

DALLAS — There’s a reason we’ve been told the pen is mightier than the sword, and one man understood that better than maybe, anyone. That man was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His words are his legacy, and his legacy was celebrated Monday with his birthday and his national holiday. Thousands, including our own personalities here at CW33, were on MLK Boulevard in Dallas in the parade that recognized the man who had a dream, the man who let freedom […]

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Online tell-all alleges sexual assault against comedian Aziz Ansari

NEW YORK, NY — A YouTube search tells you that comedian Aziz Ansari has “the secret to finding love online”, that he “wants to help you find a mate”, what his marriage advice is, and “why girls date jerks”. “‘What’s the worst that could happen?’” he asks, mimicking a naive young lady in his comedy special, Dangerously Delicious. “What’s the worst that could happen? He could put something in your drink and rape you. That’s the worst that could happen!” […]

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After Hawaii false alarm scare, where do we go from here?

HAWAII — The false alarm in Hawaii Saturday can be summed up pretty easily. “The guy had one job, and he messed up,” said Hawaiian resident Vinicius Pereria. It was a mess up that put the islands, and our entire country, on edge for an astounding 38 minutes. “We put the baby in the bathroom, didn’t know what else to do,” tourist Adnan Mesiwala told media. “They’re literally going through this feeling of, ‘I’ve got minutes to find my loved […]

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Rangers Winter Caravan rolls on while the club is looking to the links

ARLINGTON — The winter chill’s not ready to leave us alone, but Major League Baseball and the Texas Rangers are right around the corner! Three Rangers — Brett Nicholas, Matt Bush, and Jeff Russell — were signing for fans Saturday as part of their Winter Caravan, and you never quite know what to expect. Case in point, a boy with a Texas Rangers football! “A football?” Nicholas laughed. “That’ll be a first.” “I thought it would be cool to get […]

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Plano mayor, a Haitian immigrant, responds to President Trump’s ‘s***hole countries’ comment

PLANO — Among the many people angered by President Trump’s expletive-filled rant about immigrants from Africa, El Salvador, and Haiti, add in Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere. The mayor released a statement Saturday calling the President’s comments offensive on a personal level. If you remember, Trump is reported to have said, “Why are we having all these people from s***hole countries come here?” Mayor LaRosiliere’s parents immigrated to the USA from Haiti when he was three years old, and he noted […]

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Plano mayor, a Haitian immigrant, responds to President Trump’s ‘s***hole countries’ comment

PLANO — Among the many people angered by President Trump’s expletive-filled rant about immigrants from Africa, El Salvador, and Haiti, add in Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere. The mayor released a statement Saturday calling the President’s comments offensive on a personal level. If you remember, Trump is reported to have said, “Why are we having all these people from s***hole countries come here?” Mayor LaRosiliere’s parents immigrated to the USA from Haiti when he was three years old, and he noted […]

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22 years later, Amber Hagerman’s legacy lives on through AMBER Alert

NORTH TEXAS — An AMBER Alert rang out the first Saturday in October. A three-year-old in Richardson, potentially in grave danger, was last seen in a pink shirt and black pajama pants. Over the next few days, Wesley Mathews story of what happened to his daughter fell apart, but another thing happened too. Hundreds of people who received that alert came to Richardson to search for Sherin Mathews, and eventually her body was recovered, leading to Friday’s capital murder indictment […]

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