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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
Family of Boy in Viral 'Praying Santa' Photo Dealt Tragic Blow

The family of a boy whose image went viral in December after a stranger overheard him ask Santa to bring his dad good health was dealt a sudden and tragic blow last week. Jason and Emily Coker's 20-year-old daughter, Sarah Hughey, died suddenly.

Months later, mystery still surrounds Border Patrol Agent tragedy

Two months after her fiancA©'s mysterious, highly publicized death, Angie Ochoa is still awaiting answers - and remaining hopeful that she'll soon receive some closure. "It's still something we think about every day," Ochoa, the fiancA©e of Border Patrol Agent Rogelio "Roger" Martinez, told the Daily News.

Dallas County commissioner candidate alleges opponent tried to pay him to drop out of race

A candidate for Dallas County commissioner said Wednesday that his opponent offered him money to drop out of the race, an allegation that he said has prompted an ethics investigation. Stephen Stanley, a Garland council member, said he filed a complaint with the state after feeling uneasy by the offer made last fall by J.J. Koch, a Dallas attorney.

One dead, two teens wounded in Garland shooting

A 22-year-old man was shot to death in a home early Monday and two teens suffered gunshot wounds in a case that remains under investigation, police said. A 13-year-old boy was being treated at a Dallas hospital and a 15-year-old was at a Plano hospital, police said.

FBI, DOJ Argue for Dismissal of Garland, Texas Liability Case

The FBI and the Department of Justice are arguing that a liability case against the agencies should be dismissed, The Washington Free Beacon reported. The liability case involves security guard Bruce Joiner, who was shot in the leg in a 2015 terrorist attack in Garland, Texas.

Shooting at Garland Home Leaves 1 Dead, 2 Injured

Garland police found two people shot at a home early Monday, one of whom later died at the hospital, police say. Police found a 22-year-old and a 15-year-old shot in the front of the house in the 1600 block of Mosswood Court about 3:30 a.m., police say.

Continue reading City mulls permits for bike sharing companies

So-called "dockless" bike-sharing came to North Texas and to Denton last year, and the complaints soon followed. Rental bikes are left in key spots around town.

News 15 mins ago 6:27 p.m.Bridal gowns for $299? Bankrupt store re-opens in Garland

A bankrupt bridal gown company that left distraught brides in its wake in July is open again in one location in Dallas. Alfred Angelo had more than 80 locations across the United States and overseas when it suddenly locked its doors and filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, choosing to liquidate its inventory rather than restructure its overwhelming debt.

Garland mayor follows through with resignation, believes council has a chance to reset

The feisty mayor officially announced at Tuesday night's council meeting that he will be stepping down in May after a 20-year local political career of taking on others at Garland City Hall. "I knew that if I took my personality out of the equation, it would give opportunity for a reset," Athas said Wednesday, noting that council discourse had improved since he announced in October that he planned to leave.

Health news: At least eighteen people have now died in Dallas from the flu

Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported deaths 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 as a result of the flu this season. Six of the patients were residents of Dallas and one patient was a resident of Garland.

Dallas-County 8 mins ago 6:33 p.m.North Texas cities begin regulating bike share companies

Posts of one ride share bicycle after another spotted across North Texas fill the page...some will even make you wonder how or why they got there. "They're kind of an eye sore and they seem to be everywhere no one is using them, they seem to be everywhere -- kind of like a pollution," said Michael Krynicki, a Burleson resident.

Strike King Lure Company's Scizzor Shad

Many years ago, the forefathers of Midwest finesse fishing used Chuck Woods' Beetle and Puddle Jumper to catch untold numbers of black bass. But back then the Beetle and Puddle Jumper were considered to be panfish baits by most anglers.

Two men dead in shootout at vacant Garland house

Police learned of the incident in the 6500 block of Glenmoor Drive when they received a call that a gunshot victim had shown up at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Sunnyvale. The man later died, police said.

Dallas police were busy early New Year's Day, with two fatal crashes.

The first came about 12:30 a.m. when two men were killed in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 35E. One man was driving a 2013 Hyundai Elantra southbound on northbound I-35 when he collided with a 2012 Ford Expedition being driven by a 34-year-old man, according to a news release emailed by Dallas police.

Dallas man met with Garland middle-schooler for sex, then sent...

A Dallas man is one of two Texans arrested on charges that they trafficked a 13-year-old Garland girl for sex earlier this year. Shawn Dale Sanders, 43, of Dallas and Shenandoah West Moneypenny, 34, of Gladewater each face one federal count of conspiracy to use, persuade, induce, entice, and coerce a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of producing a visual depiction of such conduct.

Border Patrol agent injured by bullet from Mexico

A Border Patrol spokesman confirmed yesterday that one of its agents suffered a grazing wound to the back of his head from a bullet fired from Mexico sometime Tuesday.

Continue reading New Garland apartments on the way near Telecom Corridor

Irving-based developer JPI will build the 364-unit Jefferson Woodlands rental community on North Garland Avenue south of Bush Turnpike. "We look forward to delivering a community that will provide the convenience of a beautiful home that is equally close to work as it is to nature," JPI's Matt Brendel said in a statement.

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