UIL must revamp transgender rules in athletics

Wrestler Mack Beggs of Trinity High School in Euless is transitioning from female to male and takes testosterone as part of that transition. UIL rules say he must wrestle girls if he takes part in UIL competitions, because his birth certificate says he’s female. Jim Baudhuin, a Coppell lawyer and parent of a wrestler, has filed suit against the UIL saying that testosterone, an anabolic steroid that can increase muscle and bone mass, gives Beggs an unfair advantage.

Kung Fu Saloon coming to Fort Worth

The bar, which features vintage arcade games and karaoke rooms, has a location in Dallas that stirred controversy in 2015 when the Justice Department found it discriminated against some customers.

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Timberview too much for Crowley in the second half

Texas A&M signee Chennedy Carter had 27 points, 9 rebounds, 6 steals as the No. 2 Wolves are off to the 5A Reg 2 tournament after beating Crowley 66-49.
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Timberview too much for Crowley in the second half 1:41

Timberview too much for Crowley in the second half

Timberview Trio Lifts Wolves To Bi-District Win Over Centennial, 76-57 1:38

Timberview Trio Lifts Wolves To Bi-District Win Over Centennial, 76-57

Arlington Bowie topples Keller Fossil Ridge 1:05

Arlington Bowie topples Keller Fossil Ridge

Arlington Martin dominates Keller Timber Creek 1:39

Arlington Martin dominates Keller Timber Creek

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