Watch Live: March For Our Lives In North Texas

MCKINNEY, TX — Saturday morning, protesters across the United States will take to the streets to demand political action on gun violence. Among those protesters will be a contingent of North Texans, meeting up in four cities to make their voices heard.

Starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, we will bring you a live look at a march in the Dallas suburb of McKinney. Watch the live stream below:

Other marchers will also be protesting in Dallas, Denton and Fort Worth. Click the links below to see how you can get involved.

March For Our Lives – Dallas

Dallas City Hall: 1500 Marilla St, Dallas, TX 75201

Follow McKinney-Frisco and Dallas Patches on Facebook to get the latest on March For Our Lives events.

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2 North Texas Counties Among the State’s Healthiest: Study

Three of the top 10 healthiest counties in the state are right here in North Texas, according to a new report.

Denton County and Collin County are ranked among the most healthy counties in Texas, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s study says.

Following closely behind is Rockwall County.

Denton ranked No. 1 in health outcomes while Collin County ranked No. 1 in health factors. Continue reading “2 North Texas Counties Among the State’s Healthiest: Study”

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Dallas stands a decent chance of making the cut for landing Amazon.com Inc.’s second headquarters, according to a new survey from real estate data firm Zillow.

Zillow said it asked more than 100 housing and economics experts, who said they expect Amazon to choose either Northern Virginia or Atlanta for its new headquarters. Austin and Denver were also commonly cited as strong contenders.

Dallas took a likelihood ranking of 4 on Zillow’s ranking. Though average rents in the city are lower than many of the HQ2 contenders ranked above it, the Big D had a lower home value index and median household income than most of the cities Zillow ranked higher. Continue reading “Real estate data firm Zillow says Dallas has decent chance of landing Amazon’s HQ2 – Dallas Business Journal”