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UTA decided to demolish the Brazos House for cost effectiveness and renovation. The demolition of the Brazos House ended, and UTA is moving forward with the construction of a new green space that will be made available for the fall semester. 

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The city of Arlington is conducting West Nile Virus targeted ground spraying Thursday night in different parts of the city, including on campus.

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The city of Arlington will be conducting targeted ground spraying for West Nile virus on Wednesday and Thursday, after a single mosquito sample tested positive for the virus, according to the city’s press release.

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Director of launch Monica Ceragioli, a representative from Via, laid out the company’s plans for its ride share service during Arlington City Council’s afternoon session on Tuesday.

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A man was shot at The Parks mall in Arlington on Sunday.

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101 Center, a mixed-use development center in downtown Arlington, was set to open in August. Due to delays in construction, the project will not be complete until the end of the year.

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The Center for Mexican American Studies hosted a panel discussion Wednesday at College Hall to explore the controversies surrounding Senate bill 4, also dubbed the anti-sanctuary city bill.

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After being determined beneficial, Arlington refinanced its debt owed on AT&T Stadium, leading to millions of dollars in savings for the city with no effect on taxpayers.