Ex-husband arrested, charged with murder in Anna Moses case

Ex-husband arrested, charged with murder in Anna Moses case

Frisco Police arrested and charged 63-year-old Robert Moses with the murder of his ex-wife Anna Moses, a UTD employee, on Feb. 26 a little after 2 p.m. Robert Moses, who has been charged with first degree murder for a bond of $1 million, has been transported to the Frisco Police...

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A sugar flood, no Noah’s Ark

A sugar flood, no Noah’s Ark

It’s freezing out here in Dallas, and several hot cups of tea later, I’m still not quite unfrozen. While I’m here, trying to be Princess Elsa (exaggeration alert), farmers in a warmer region down south are worrying about real problems like food on the table. The European Union announced this...

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Changing the urban-scape

Changing the urban-scape

This past week, the sunshine and lovely weather in Dallas got me out a lot more, and as I walked down the sidewalk, I thought to myself how robotic and geometric the roads here are compared to the chaotic, meandering streets of Kolkata, Dhaka, London or Milan. I recalled how...

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Regents approve new ATEC school

Regents approve new ATEC school

The UT System Board of Regents approved the proposal on Feb. 12 to create a separate Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication school starting fall 2015. The new school will offer six degree programs to start with — all four ATEC degrees and the two EMAC degrees. Students won’t experience any...

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Ballot Bound

Ballot Bound

Public affairs sophomore Brooke Lopez runs for Wylie City Council The Saturday morning of March 31, 2012 dawned bright for Brooke Lopez and her family, as they prepared for their weekly fishing trip. They were sitting in Mogio’s Pizza, a little parlor in Sachse, near Wylie, at around 11 a.m....

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Rome’s nod to world’s oldest profession

Rome’s nod to world’s oldest profession

This past week, the news covered tons of stuff, rehashed some old feuds (Ukraine, for instance), updated us on some others, wars raged on and planes crashed. But here’s something you might have all missed, which is why, I think it’s time to bring you the scoop from none other...

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Hostage hindrance

Hostage hindrance

The world waited with bated breath as a new crisis evolved in the war against ISIS. You might be tired of the group already, but even as American troops continue to engage in war with the Islamic State, the militant organization continues to post videos of brutal beheadings and hostages....

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