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3.3 magnitude earthquake shakes DFW

wfaa.com — DALLAS -- There's unpredictable Texas weather, and then there's an earthquake in Dallas. News 8 has confirmed that it was a 3.3 magnitude earthquake that shook the DFW area at 9:17 p.m. Saturday night. The epicenter was five kilometers east-northeast of Irving, TX, according to the United States Geological survey.

Why your cell phone isn't secure

wfaa.com — "This country has not conditioned itself to how serious and easy cell phone interception is," said Buzz Bruner of CryptoPhone Can you hear me now? The problem is, someone you don't want to hear you may be able to hear you now. The issue is the growth of what are called "IMSI Catchers."

Transformation continues for Dallas' Design District

wfaa.com — DALLAS -- For years, the Dallas Design District been known as a place filled with furniture showrooms exclusive to industry insiders. But the neighborhood is now changing -- and it's good news for all of us. A few years ago it was unheard of to live or dine in the Design District.
Nov 22, 2014

RT @DFWVoices: .@DDesignDistrict makeover continues (it's a big facelift even by #Dallas standards, y'all) ow.ly/EG1l5 via @MHernandezWFAA

Photographers reflect on JFK assignment

wfaa.com — Four men bore witness to one of the most dramatic events of the 20th century DALLAS - Four men who took some of the most iconic pictures surrounding the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas were reunited Tuesday at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.
Nov 22, 2014

In advance of today's 51st anniversary: Photographers reflect on JFK assignment ow.ly/EIgLG

Uncut: Dallas firefighters and citizens deserve better

wfaa.com — A new report on Dallas Fire-Rescue makes clear that several fundamental changes are needed to keep us safe. I am a big fan of firefighters, but this week's release of a 700-page report detailing problems within Dallas Fire-Rescue should have you angry and upset.

Amber Alert issued for 6-month-old out of Galveston

wfaa.com — GALVESTON, Texas -- An Amber Alert has been issued out of Galveston for a 6-month-old infant named Jerome. The child is a black male last seen wearing a dark blue onesie with light blue trim and a Snoopy character on it, and white socks. He has black hair and brown eyes.
Nov 21, 2014

RT @wfaachannel8: #AMBERALERT issued for 6-month-old out of Galveston. Police searching for 1998 White Ford Expedition: on.wfaa.com/1qGSqLj

Santa's Sparkle

wfaa.com — Tony Zazza and Buffy Hanson talk about a Christmas charity that is continuing despite setbacks.
Nov 20, 2014

Is there a family going through a difficult time that you want to help have a brighter holiday? Nominate them! VIDEO: wfaa.com/media/cinemati…