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Soccer

Four Moves FC Dallas Might Make in the Transfer Window

The team is playing well under its new coach. Here's what they need to take the next step.
By Sam Hale
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Soccer

FIFA Selects North Texas to Host 2026 World Cup

The chair of the Dallas Host Committee believes play at Arlington's AT&T Stadium will change the entire economic picture of the region.
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Sports

Launching the Longball: How I Won the Dallas Cowboys Home Run Derby

After I notched 24 home runs, Pasos for Oak Cliff walked away with a $13,600 check—the single largest fundraising effort in the organization’s history.
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Sports

Major League Rugby Inks Largest Partnership in League History

The six-year-old league will leverage NFTs by NuArca Labs to grow fandom leading up to the U.S.-hosted 2031 Men's Rugby World Cup.
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Local News

Spelling Bee Kids Will Crush You With Their Minds

North Texas spellers Dhroov Bharatia and Vivinsha Veduru have already made their exits before tonight's Scripps National Spelling Bee finals, but odds are good we'll see them again.

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Business

Meet New Development Specialist Al Coker, AKA “The Grindfather”

Coker, who has closed nearly $3 billion in residential real estate sales since 2000, finds his rush on the skateboard.
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Tennis

Tennis Trivia! Where Is the Dallas Open Played?

This is a tricky question. Think it over.
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Sports

Why Mayor Johnson’s Sports Committee Will Likely Be a Wild Pitch

It's a good idea as long as you don't start pondering the particulars.
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Golf

What Fans Should Expect at the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson

Competitive play kicks off tomorrow at the tournament’s first sellout since 2008. Unofficial ‘Real Estate Day’ tradition continues Friday.
By Jordan Perez
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Golf

Could Spieth Versus Scheffler Become Dallas’ (And Golf’s) Next Great Rivalry?

Their backgrounds are eerily similar. Starting with this week's Byron Nelson, their futures could be, too.
By Mark Godich