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About: mesquite, texas

Mesquite is known as the "Rodeo Capital of Texas." Mesquite is home to the Mesquite Championship Rodeo. The city is also home to one of the largest movie theaters in the world, the AMC 30 Mesquite. The theater contains 30 screens and seats 6,092.

Population: 136750
Local Newspapers: Mesquite News
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Local Colleges: Eastfield College

Zip Codes associated with mesquite, texas: 75149 75150 75180 75181 75182
Towns/Cities near mesquite, texas : Sunnyvale Forney Balch Springs Skyline Seagoville

Mesquite News
Dallas Rep. Victoria Neave on probation, not allowed to drive after guilty verdict in DWI

Dallas Rep. Victoria Neave was found guilty of DWI after her blood alcohol level was nearly twice the legal limit following a DWI arrest. She said in a statement that she will be on probation for 12 months for the misdemeanor and not be able to drive because her license will be suspended.

Continue reading Mesquite assistant principal arrested on sexual assault charge

A Mesquite middle school assistant principal was arrested Thursday on suspicion of sexual assault of a child who is a family member, police said. James Langle, 37, was an assistant principal at Vanston Middle School at the time of his arrest, Mesquite police said.

Continue reading Landowners to McKinney: Forcible annexation plan is a 'pile of crap'

A fight to forcibly annex thousands of acres outside the city limits continues to rage as the council tries to beat a new state law that goes into effect Dec. 1. On Monday and Tuesday, landowners lined up and for hours gave council members an earful. They said the plan reeked of corruption, calling it a "bad deal" and a "pile of crap."

Man took cash from register at Mesquite convenience store, police say

Mesquite police are searching for a man they say robbed a Mesquite convenience store and took cash from the money. The man went into the Stop N Go in the 1500 block of South Belt Line Road about 11:45 p.m. on Sept.

Ashley Furniture Distribution Center Brings Jobs to Mesquite

The Dallas Morning News reports that the center - to be located at 790 Faithon P. Lucas Blvd. - is expected to employ about 350 workers after it opens. At the ceremony, Ashley Furniture officials, the mayor of Mesquite and Gov. Greg Abbott spoke about the center's benefits.

Call about a screaming woman sets off police chase through Pleasant Grove into Fort Worth

A man and a woman were taken into custody after a police chase that began Sunday night in Dallas and ended in Fort Worth. Dallas officers responded to a call about a female screaming for help at about 10: 40 p.m. Sunday in Pleasant Grove, near Jim Miller Road at Scyene Road, authorities said.

State Fair of Texas Asks Visitors If It Should Stay in Dallas

Wanda "Fernie" Winter first brought her famous funnel cakes to the State Fair of Texas in the early 1980s after discovering them in Missouri. A new interactive survey available at several kiosks in Fair Park asks visitors a series of questions related to the fair, but two left some visitors wondering if the fair is looking for a way out of Fair Park.

DCS's failing grade is reason to vote against the bus service at the polls

On the Nov. 7 ballot, voters in Dallas County will have the opportunity to improve the safety and reliability of hundreds of school buses in North Texas while returning some money to their own pockets. It's a win-win situation that voters should seize.

Shut down since Sept. 1, Kaufman County gun range offered mediation...

Neighbors who have been fighting the LoneStar Gun Club and Redneck Resort since it opened a year ago agreed Tuesday to give the business a chance through mediation. The gun range along the East Fork river bottom has been shut down since Sept.

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There Were Texas Guns In Las Vegas Shooter's Arsenal. Though authorities haven't revealed which of Stephen Paddock's guns were from Texas, the fact that some came from here isn't surprising considering the shooter lived in Mesquite as recently as 2010 and there were 49 firearms in his overall collection.

Continuing Coverage Of Las Vegas Mass Shooting

A suspected "lone wolf" gunman sparked the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history when he opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers from the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas hotel, killing at least 58 people and injuring hundreds more, police said Monday. More than 22,000 people were attending the performance by country music star Jason Aldean Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Festival when the gunman hammered out a window at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino and began firing with a cache of weapons .

Texans who witnessed Las Vegas massacre are left numb with shock and grief

Still numb with shock, witnesses, including several with Texas connections, described scenes of chaos and panic among concert-goers as they tried to run from a hail of bullets fired by a shooter from the 32nd floor of a nearby hotel-casino in Las Vegas. Las Vegas police have said there are at least 58 dead and more than 500 injured after Sunday night's mass shooting at an outdoor country music festival in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas gunman spent time in North Texas

Police officers stand along the Las Vegas Strip the Mandalay Bay resort and casino during a shooting near the casino Sunday. The gunman, Stephen Paddock, 64, spent time in North Texas as recently as 2010.

Crime 7 mins ago 9:15 a.m.Las Vegas shooter had ties to North Texas, records show

The man police say is responsible for killing at least 50 people and injuring more than 400 in our nation's worst mass shooting once lived in North Texas. Records link 64-year-old Stephen Paddock to a home in Mesquite, Texas on Keswick Lane.

Dallas-County 9 mins ago 1:57 p.m.Trustee: More Dallas schools names will change

DALLAS At least two more campuses at the Dallas Independent School District are likely to get new names, according to trustee Joyce Foreman. "I think there will be some more names changed in my district," said Foreman during an appearance on WFAA-TV's Inside Texas Politics this morning.

The Cure For The Last Mile? Retooling Shopping Malls as E-commerce Distribution Centers

In addition to gigantic warehouses that e-commerce companies are constructing away from population centers where real estate is limited or too pricey, shopping malls and former shopping mall sites are well poised to be the newest e-commerce logistics and distribution hubs. With the deluge of vacant malls and vacant retail space in malls, landlords must get creative to fill their spaces and what better way to do that than to serve the industry that is generally acknowledged to be the reason for the demise of the mall? While the demand for and cost of industrial space and shipping and logistic space increases, many analysts are also projecting that hundreds of malls will close in the near future.

Libbie Louise Brem Baxter

Libbie Louise Brem Baxter , age 74, went to meet her Lord and Savior and her baby son, Geoffrey Wayne as well as many loved ones that have gone on before her on September 23, 2017 at her home in Mesquite, TX after a lengthy illness. Services will be 11:00 AM Thursday, September 28, 2017 in the Gene Roden Memorial Chapel of Roden-Pryor Funeral Directors with Brother Ron Byers officiating.

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