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About: carrollton, texas

There are 14 cities in the U.S. that go by the name of Carrollton, but Carrollton, Texas is the largest. This suburb of Dallas was named the 15th best place to live in 2008 by Money magazine. Robert Matthew "Vanilla Ice" Van Winkle attended R.L. Turner High School in Carrollton.

Population: 119097
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 carrollton, texas: 75006 75007 75010
Towns/Cities near carrollton, texas : Farmers Branch Addison Richardson Hebron Plano Coppell Grapevine

Carrollton News
New survey reveals reasons for risky driving behavior

One local woman is living proof that you're never too old to dance, she's been a ballerina for seven decades. Every shoe tells a story, and if you take a peek at Suzelle Poole's pointe shoes you'd discover the life of a woman who lives and breathes ballet.

Iron Chef Morimoto to Host Book Signing in Plano

As I researched the piece in the February issue of the magazin e about the opening of two branches of Japan's largest bookstore chain, Kinokuniya, in Carrollton and Plano, Kinokuniya's regional manager Shigekazu Watanabe told me that the Plano location would include more of the cooking class/cultural event/book signing extras by which Kinokuniya-and the Mitsuwa Marketplace Japanese markets that usually shelter it-hope to build a thriving community around Japanese culture. Sure enough, the Plano Mitsuwa location, with its barely completed food court, is hosting Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto this Thursday for a talk and book signing.

Continue reading $25,000 in iPhones, iPads taken from Verizon store in Carrollton; 3 men arrested

Three Cedar Hill men are accused of taking more than $25,000 worth of iPhones and iPads from a Verizon Wireless in Carrollton, police said. Police said the three reportedly held up two employees about 11 a.m. at at the store in the 2500 block of Old Denton Road, and ordered them to get on the ground.

Texas boy, 14, triumphs in National Geographic Bee

Texas boy, 14, triumphs at this year's National Geographic Bee, taking home a $50,000 scholarship - but how would YOU do in the challenging contest? A teenager from Texas has taken home the top prizes - including a $50,000 scholarship - in this year's edition of the National Geographic Bee, held Wednesday. Pranay Varada of Carrollton finished in sixth place at the geography quiz last year when he when he flubbed the official language of Sierra Leone, answering English and not French.

Continue reading Senate approves bill to end straight-ticket voting

The Texas Senate tentatively approved a bill Wednesday that would end straight-ticket voting and that Democratic lawmakers and voting rights advocates say discriminates against minorities. House Bill 25 , authored by Rep. Ron Simmons, R-Carrollton, was approved by the Senate on a 20-10 party-line vote.

Texas 8th grader wins National Geographic Bee

A 14-year-old 8th grader from Texas with an impressive knowledge of rivers, mountain ranges, borders and cultures has won this year's National Geographic Bee. Pranay Varada of Irving, Texas, won Wednesday after a tense contest against another 14-year-old, Thomas Wright of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Warned he would die by age 10, he just graduated college

On Saturday, 29-year-old Ryan Dant walked across the stage in his cap and gown as he graduated from his dream school, the University of Louisville. It's remarkable because Ryan wasn't expected to attend college, let alone the school whose logo he wore on T-shirts and basketball jerseys as a toddler.

Sanctuary cities ban, Jordan Edwards, Carrollton police chase: Your weekend digest

The town, which is about 15 miles south of Laredo and comprised almost entirely of Hispanic residents, is ready to plunge into a national debate over immigration and border security. El Cenizo Mayor Raul Reyes says that his town has a nearly two-decade-old ordinance that protects all of its residents, legal and otherwise, from discrimination.

Carrollton Chase Ends at Dallas County Jail

Police approach a vehicle outside the Dallas County Jail to see if any other people may be inside following a chase that originated in Carrollton. A man who led police on a chase from Carrollton to the city of Dallas ended his run from police outside the Dallas County Jail.

Continue reading Indictments: May 11, 2017

The following people were indicted by a Denton County grand jury Thursday at the Denton County Courts Building.

Pest Pro Academy celebrates 1 year

Pest Pro Academy , founded by industry veteran Tom Wright, just marked its first full year providing interactive, self-paced, verifiable online training to pest management companies. For 2017, the Carrollton, Texas-based company has updated its offerings in General Standards, Termite, Pest and Safety categories.

Student defies rare diagnosis to graduate from college

Ryan Dant, left, was born with a rare disease that was expected to end his life by age 10. But on May 13, the 29-year-old will be graduating from college. Ryan Dant, left, was born with a rare disease that was expected to end his life by age 10. But on May 13, the 29-year-old will be graduating from college.

Continue reading Not enough houses to go around as Toyota moves to Plano

If you're having trouble finding a house, blame it on Toyota - and State Farm Insurance, Boeing, Kubota Tractor, McKesson Corp. and dozens more corporations moving tens of thousands of workers to North Texas. Each year, more than 60,000 people come to the Dallas-Fort Worth area to fill thousands of jobs; Toyota alone is bringing almost 4,000.

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The path for Texas to enact its version of a North Carolina-style bathroom bill is poised to get far tougher as the Republican-controlled state House closes in on a key midnight Thursday deadline to approve legislation. A proposal mandating transgender Texans to use public restrooms according to their birth certificate gender sailed through the Texas Senate weeks ago, but a similar measure that bans schools and local communities from passing ordinances to protect LGBT rights has been bottled up in the House.

More Changes to Come Along I-35E Corridor

The Dallas City council will consider a plan Wednesday night that would change the way we travel along Interstate 35E. The Dallas City council will consider a plan Wednesday night that would change the way we travel along Interstate 35E.

Cuba Nostalgia Returns to Carrollton

Sara Vazquez and her sister, Rita , stand in front of a photo of their grandparents Rita and Sarah Vazquez, the ladies behind Cuban Dulceria II in Carrollton, are hosting the 8th annual Cuba Nostalgia, a three-day event devoted to the wonders of Cuba. The festivities will take place Thursday, May 25 to Saturday, May 27. There will be Cuban exhibits, artists, poetry readings, and Cuban vendors.

House bathroom bill stalled, but effort to restrict restroom access is far from over

The House's "bathroom bill" appears stalled for good, but Republican backers of restricting restroom access have lots of time and plenty of ways to keep the issue alive in the final weeks of the legislative session. "I still think the concept has some legs," said Rep. Ron Simmons, R-Carrollton, who authored House Bill 2899.

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