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Are Homicides Really Up In Dallas?

An unsettling statistic has come to light — 40 homicides in the city of Dallas in May. But here's why context is needed. Overall, crime is still down historically since the 1990s. And we're not even halfway through 2019 yet.

Art & Seek

Don’t Get Blood On The Carpet!

In this week’s artist spotlight, the director of a new slasher film talks about shooting her gory story in some of North Texas’ nicest houses

Think with Krys Boyd

How Millennials Make Work Work

S. Craig Watkins, Ernest S. Sharpe Centennial Professor at the University of Texas at Austin, joins us to talk about how the reality of the gig economy has turned this generation into a resourceful, creative workforce.

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