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Arlington to spray for mosquitoes

|Friday, Sep. 05, 2014

Three areas of the city will be sprayed for mosquitoes early next week because new positive West Nile virus mosquito samples have been found.

AT&T Stadium goes full flavor with new menu

| |Friday, Sep. 05, 2014

Dallas Cowboys fans can pick from six new menu offerings this season.

Fort Worth mortuary sued for mishandling body

| |Friday, Sep. 05, 2014

The family of Karen Jones says she specifically found the idea of decomposition “revolting and repellent.”

Arlington school trustees OK royalties settlement with Chesapeake

| |Friday, Sep. 05, 2014

The amount of the school district settlement was not made public Thursday night. The city of Arlington voted two weeks ago to accept $700,000.

Arlington officer fully recovered from gunshot

| |Thursday, Sep. 04, 2014

An Arlington officer lost nearly two-thirds of his blood after being shot while making an arrest in the death of 6-year-old Allana Gallagher. He says he is now fully recovered.

Arlington man convicted of killing family in drunken driving crash

| |Friday, Sep. 05, 2014

Benjamon Ray Stewart, who hid from police after he caused two wrecks that killed a family of three, will be sentenced by a judge later.

Arlington councilman wants city to ditch red-light cameras

| |Friday, Sep. 05, 2014

Robert Rivera says the lack of consequences for not paying the fine makes it unfair to violators who do pay.

Stewart found guilty in Arlington manslaughter case

| |Thursday, Sep. 04, 2014

An attorney for a man accused of killing a couple and their infant daughter argued that a second collision caused the fatal injuries.

Temporary site chosen for downtown Arlington library

| |Tuesday, Sep. 02, 2014

After renovations are complete, a limited selection of books, movies, audiobooks and children’s books, plus computer terminals, will be available on North Cooper Street.

Human case of West Nile reported in Arlington

|Wednesday, Sep. 03, 2014

A resident of the 76018 ZIP code contracted West Nile neuroinvasive disease, and the city will step up its mosquito surveillance in the area.