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A few Lake Highlands stories in the headlines this week…

In response to recent allegations regarding the recruitment of high school basketball players, Dallas ISD investigators have confiscated computers and documents from Conrad High School assistant football coach Broderick Sublet, Dallas Morning News reports. Sublet “had personal student records that he apparently should have not had,” and was placed on paid administrative leave in the past few days, a DISD official tells DMN.

Thanks to the persistence of a number of Texas representatives, including the efforts of state Rep. Jason Villalba (representing Lake Highlands, Preston Hollow, and North Dallas) Sriracha may be closer to a Texas expansion, KERA reports. Denton officials announced that on Monday they’ll be traveling to Irwindale, California, to meet with Huy Fong Foods, the company that produces the popular hot sauce.

This Saturday, the first Spanx store in Texas will open in NorthPark Center. Attend the ribbon-cutting and meet the founder of the popular shapewear, Sara Blakely, in person at the store starting at 10 a.m.