Midlothian student disciplined after using N-word, saying Black people can 'go back to Africa' in online video rant

MIDLOTHIAN, Texas — A high school student in Midlothian has been disciplined after a video surfaced online this week of the teen using the N-word and saying Black people can go back to Africa.

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This week's National Preparedness Month tip is to build a kit.

Gather supplies that will last for several days after a disaster for everyone living in your home. Don’t forget to consider the unique needs each person or pet may have in case you have to evacuate quickly.

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Midlothian boy born with rare condition gets a special escort on his first day of kindergarten

MIDLOTHIAN, Texas - Midlothian police officers and firefighters helped make the first day of kindergarten special for a little boy who is facing some challenges this school year.

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Midlothian Adds New Maps, Bond Project Updates, and Online Parks Reservations to Website

Midlothian, TX - A few months ago, we introduced the city’s beautiful new website design. Today we are announcing new content and functionality that improves citizens’ access to city services and information.

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Water Treatment Plant Team Ensures Reliability and Quality

Midlothian, TX - Where does the water come from that serves the City of Midlothian’s retail and wholesale water customers?

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Midlothian Police Chief Responds To Investigation Into Controversial Traffic Stop

MIDLOTHIAN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – By the time the findings of an administrative investigation into the traffic stop reached Midlothian Police Chief Carl Smith’s desk he knew what to expect. He was disappointed nonetheless.

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'Very Frustrating': Floral Farms Tries To Fend Off More Undesired Development

Midlothian, TX - Jonathan Soukup was born into the agricultural business. His father worked as a general manager at a local nursery called Casa Flora and later started the family business, Southwest Perennials.

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Healthy 35-year-old Midlothian man with no underlying conditions dies of COVID-19

MIDLOTHIAN, Texas - Family and friends are grieving the death of a Midlothian father of five. The man's family wants to share how bad and how fast the virus can get.  Family members say 35-year-old Matt Law was an overall healthy man. His battle with COVID-19 lasted less than a month. Now, his widow wants others to know his story.

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‘Major crisis.’ Midlothian nursing home blames COVID outbreak on new regulations

Midlothian, TX - The Midlothian HealthCare Center announced on Friday that 41 residents have been tested positive for COVID-19 after new state regulations were put into place a few weeks ago, which caused the facility to move residents around the building. Among the positive tests are 25 staff members.

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City of Midlothian to Purchase Downtown Lawson Buildings

Midlothian, TX - The City of Midlothian has agreed to purchase two properties located at 301 and 211 West Main Street at North 7th Street in Midlothian. Being bought in support of the Downtown Master Plan,

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