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Garland is a suburb of Dallas, but the city is the 10th most populated city in Texas and 86th in the U.S. Garland Power & Light is a not-for-profit public utility service that is locally controlled by its citizens. Garland resident Mike Judge, creator of well-known cartoons as Beavis and Butt-Head and King of the Hill, based the fictional setting of Arlen for King of the Hill on Garland.

Population: 218768
Local Newspapers: Dallas Morning News Dallas Observer
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Texas Rangers (MLB) Dallas Mavericks (NBA) Dallas Stars (NHL) FC Dallas (MLS)
Local Colleges: Dallas Baptist University Texas Woman's University Paul Quinn College University of North Texas at Dallas

Zip Codes associated with garland, texas: 75040 75041 75042 75043 75044 75048 75228 75243
Towns/Cities near garland, texas : Richardson University Park Lake Highlands

Garland News
Filing claims Baylor officials may have destroyed emails; University pushes back

Baylor University officials pushed back forcefully Wednesday night against a brief filed in federal court earlier in the day that claims school leaders urged staff to destroy emails and other evidence related to a wide-ranging sexual abuse scandal. The document, the latest missive in an ongoing federal lawsuit against Baylor, was filed by former Democratic state Rep. Jim Dunnam and Houston attorney Chad Dunn, who are representing several anonymous women who have sued the school on the grounds that it failed to comply with the gender-equity law Title IX.

A Look Into Texas's Culture of Big Hair: Higher Love

I'm going to need more carbs. Probably some refined sugar. My last three meals haven't gotten me even a quarter of the way through styling my hair before my hands start shaking.

We recommend Vickers Cunningham in GOP primary for Dallas County Commissioners Court Precinct 2

We recommend former state District Judge Vickers Cunningham in the Republican Party primary to replace the retiring Mike Cantrell in Precinct 2 of the Dallas County Commissioners Court. Cunningham, 55, is the best choice among three talented, conservative candidates.

Man Wearing - F*ck Trump' Shirt Gets Kicked Out of Texas Restaurant

Andy Ternay, a bearded blacksmith from Garland, went to brunch on Sunday wearing a shirt displaying the words, "Fuck Trump."

Tamiflu sent son into rage, Garland mom says Read Story Bradley Blackburn

A Garland mom said her son's behavior changed after he was diagnosed with the flu and treated with Tamiflu. "He was just picking things up, yelling, very angry," said Shakena Bailey.

Continue reading Texas teenage amputees find friendship, support on the ski slopes of Colorado

Diana Lopez was born without a right leg, but she doesn't let that keep her from having fun. Even when she fell down last year while on her first ski trip to Colorado, the 16-year-old still found a way to enjoy herself.

Texas man gives perfect response when restaurant asks him to leave over 'F*ck Trump' shirt

Garland, Texas resident Andy Ternay over the weekend was asked to leave a local restaurant because he was wearing a t-shirt that said, "F*ck Trump - and f*ck you for voting for him." Writing on Facebook , Ternay explains that he wore his shirt to a local restaurant when he went out for breakfast on Sunday morning.

The Way It Was: Fall from engine leaves fireman nursing injuries

Mr. H.D. DeLaney, of the firm of DeLaney & Reynolds, of Dallas, Texas, is in town for the purpose of repairing, cleaning, etc., all makes of typewriting, writing or adding machines. Now is a splendid opportunity to have your work done at home and at a minimum of cost.

Before being charged in Richardson cop's death, gunman and 2nd victim were best of friends

The Richardson apartment that Rene Gamez shared with his mother was his friends' go-to hangout, where cookouts and kicking back were common. It was one of those friends who's accused of turning the two-bedroom apartment into a crime scene Wednesday, allegedly shooting Gamez and then a police officer called to the apartment to check on a disturbance, Gamez's friends said.

Hatton Sumners was part of influential congressional delegation Updated at

Texas has produced many powerful political figures in its long history. In the 1930s, Texas had one of the most influential congressional delegations in the nation, including Sen. Morris Sheppard, the Senate Minority Whip, House Speaker John Nance Garner, and other congressmen such as future House Speaker Sam Rayburn and Wright Patman.

37 Years After It Opened, Bill's Records Is Still Special

On a chilly Sunday morning, Bill Wisener turns on the "open" sign at his vinyl record store, one of the oldest in Dallas. You'll recognize Wisener's shop when you spot the red "Bill's" sign hanging outside the store, which is nestled next to Poor David's Pub on Lamar Street in Dallas' Cedars neighborhood.

FBI: No evidence of attack in Border Patrol agent's death

The cause of death of a U.S. Border Patrol agent killed nearly three months ago in Texas has not been "conclusively determined," but evidence does not point to a scuffle or attack taking place, FBI officials said Wednesday. Agent Rogelio Martinez and another agent, whom court documents identified as Stephen Garland, suffered serious injuries while on duty shortly before midnight on Nov. 18 near Interstate 10 east of Van Horn, which is about 120 miles east of El Paso.

Driver in Garland warns of possible policea

A Dallas County man fears he may have caught a police impersonator on his own dash cam while driving on I-635. The man, who we'll call Mike, wishes to remain anonymous for fear of retribution from the driver.

Garland man sentenced to 30 years in prison for scamming elderly

A twice-convicted felon who scammed elderly residents in West and Lorena into paying for home repairs he did not perform was sentenced to 30 years in prison Monday. Judge Ralph Strother of Waco's 19th State District Court sentenced Ronald Wayne Pruitt, 47, of Garland, to prison and also ordered him to pay $11,800 in restitution.

Chromaflo Hires New Technical Service Technician-Thermoset Americas

Chromaflo Technologies hired Kristin Alt as a technical service technician Thermoset Americas, who will work at the Ashtabula, Ohio facility, the company said. The position is responsible for color matching and supporting new product development.

It's time to change how Richardson ISD elects its trustees, and David Tyson is the man to do it

David Tyson Jr. isn't merely the sole plaintiff in a lawsuit aimed at overturning Richardson ISD's at-large school board elections, he could also be the most compelling evidence of a system stuck in the past. That alone, not to mention the tumbling of at-large election systems in federal courts, could spell big legal trouble for RISD, a socioeconomically diverse system rooted in the cities of Richardson, Dallas and Garland.

Victor Vandergriff, North Texas' TxDOT Commissioner, to Resign

Vandergriff, who was appointed in 2013 and who D Magazine named the Best Elected Official last year, is widely credited with convincing the Texas Department of Transportation to study the opportunities of tearing out or rerouting freeways in Dallas. His resignation was confirmed by sources knowledgeable of the situation but who are not allowed to speak publicly.

Continue reading 600-home project sprouts on century-old family farm in Garland

Australia-based Wilbow Corp. bought the 103-acre Wyrick farm at the southwest corner of Buckingham and Shiloh roads in Garland. "It goes back a hundred years and the family finally decided to sell," said Wilbow co-president Chas Fitzgerald.

James "Jim" Kimbell Gazzaway

Graveside services for James "Jim" Kimbell Gazzaway, 92, will be held on Monday, Feb. 5, at 11:30 a.m. at Conroe Memorial Cemetery, in Conroe. Brother John Helbig will officiate.

Lillian F. Moore 100, of Murphy, Texas

Lillian F. Moore 100, of Murphy, Texas, formerly of Paris, passed away January 28, 2018 at Lynridge Assisted Living in Murphy. A graveside service will be held at 2:30 PM, Wednesday, January 31, 2018 in the open air pavilion at Evergreen Cemetery with Rev.

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