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Parker County Sheriffs Searching For 2 Men in Attempted Kidnapping


June 21, 2018

Parker County Sheriff’s Investigators are seeking assistance in identifying two men involved in an attempted-kidnapping. Sheriff Larry Fowler said a 16-year old girl reported she was walking northbound on the service road of FM 1187, just south of I-20, around 6 p.m. when a two men in a truck pulled up behind her. The passenger got out of the truck …

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Free school supplies for all Dallas ISD students who attend mayor’s fair


June 21, 2018

The offer is a departure from previous years, when only students who could prove they met federal poverty guidelines were eligible for free school supplies at the fair. DALLAS – Every Dallas ISD student, regardless of economic status, is eligible for free school supplies this year, as long as they attend the mayor’s Back to School Fair. The offer is …

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Driver Grazed by Bullet in Dallas: PD


June 21, 2018

A driver was hospitalized after being grazed by a bullet Thursday morning in Dallas and police are searching for a suspect. The sedan driver was headed westbound in the 3000 block of Ross Avenue about 2 a.m. when the male driver and male passenger were shot at by an unknown suspect, police said. The suspect shot at least three bullets …

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Overturned tanker spurs massive traffic delays at US 75, I-635


June 21, 2018

Northbound 75 has been temporarily opened to relieve traffic after an overturned tanker crash spurred massive closures and delays Thursday morning at I-635 in Dallas. Northbound 75 has been temporarily opened to relieve traffic after an overturned tanker crash spurred massive closures and delays Thursday morning at I-635 in Dallas. Southbound lanes on Central Expressway have been closed from I-635 …

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Man Hospitalized After Jump From Bridge Following Crash: PD


June 21, 2018

A man jumped off a nearby bridge into a gravel quarry after a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 820, officials said. MedStar says there was a two-vehicle crash near Old Decatur Road. Fort Worth police say the driver was not intoxicated and he was transported to a local hospital for a non-life-threatening injury. There was some backup in the area but …

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Authorities investigating suspicious fires just blocks apart in SE Houston


June 21, 2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Investigators believe fires overnight at two vacant houses within blocks of each other in southeast Houston are suspicious. The first fire started around 1:45 a.m. on Idaho Street and Ward Street. Crews arrived to find the home engulfed in flames. As they were working to extinguish the fire, another call came in 4-and-a-half blocks away at …

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Houston man who infected ex-girlfriend with HIV sentenced to 30 years in prison


June 21, 2018

A Houston man who knowingly infected his ex-girlfriend with HIV after telling her he had no sexually transmitted diseases has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in a Wednedsay plea deal. Karim Zakikhani, 34, admitted he had sexual intercourse with Sarita Anderson while aware he was infected with HIV, identified in Harris County court documents as a deadly weapon. …

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Closing arguments could begin today in murder trial of Terry Thompson


June 21, 2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Closing arguments could begin Friday in the murder trial of Terry Thompson, the man accused in a deadly fight outside a Denny’s restaurant. Thompson is charged in the murder of John Hernandez. Last May, he got into a confrontation with Hernandez, holding him in a chokehold. Hernandez was left in a coma and later died. On …

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