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Leading Off (1/14/15)

Jason Garrett may be sticking around for a while, and we have some stern words for the developer of One Main Place.
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Jason Garrett to Sign Contract Extension Vegas had him as the most likely coach to be fired during the 2014 season, and now look at him. Top of the world. Or at least top of a world, one that will most likely crumble before five years is up because how many vertebrae does Tony Romo have left exactly? Just one big one fused together? And I’m sure Jerry Jones won’t second-guess the coaching staff’s decision to run DeMarco Murray into the stiffer mantle below Arlington this year, and Jason Witten is getting younger by the day. On the other hand, I’m sure Dez Bryant will be fine. But maybe don’t let this domain lapse.

State to Name Board of Managers to Oversee Prime Prep Who could’ve possibly seen this coming? Whoa. Totally blindsided.

Mother and Daughter Found Dead in Fort Worth This is awful, yes, but this sentence gave me pause: “It does look like there was an accident,” said Natosha Tucker with Fort Worth Police. “Our investigators think that that car may have crashed through the barbed wire fence that you see behind us, but, again, it is unknown if that car is related to the two bodies that were found in the field.”

More Hotel Rooms Coming to Downtown Dallas Westin will climb into some floors of One Main Place during its upcoming renovation; a renovation of the building’s ill-conceived Rube Goldberg experiment of a courtyard will also take place. That leads me to one final point, for building owner KFK Group: if you lay one hand on Chef Wang’s delicious, reasonably-priced head, I will hunt you down, find you, and give you the sternest talking to about Americanized Chinese food you’ve ever heard. Demands will be made! Threats will be levied. And fried rice will be consumed.

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