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Dr. Suleman hosts lavish graduation party for his daughter


July 19, 2018

Dr. Suleman hosts lavish graduation party for his daughter By: Raja zahid Khanzada Dallas: Urdu Ghar’s founder and Ex. President of Pakistan American Association of Texas, Dr. Amir Suleman hosted a grand party on his daughter Areeba Suleman’s high school graduation. The event was participated by many city, social cultural, literary and political personalities of Dallas Fort Worth. A musical …

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Surveys and polls: who will win Pakistan election 2018?


July 19, 2018

Pakistan is all set to witness the second consecutive democratic transition of power in General Elections 2018 to be held on July 25.   While all the major political parties lay claim to power, surveys and polls conducted by non-government organizations an insight into how people are going to exercise their right to franchise and which political party is more …

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AAA: Texas, US Retail Gasoline Prices Decline This Week


July 19, 2018

Texas and nationwide retail gasoline prices have declined this week. AAA Texas on Thursday reported prices at the pump statewide slipped 3 cents to settle at $2.63 per gallon. Drivers across the country are paying an average $2.86 per gallon, which is down 2 cents from a week ago. Dallas drivers are seeing prices at an average of $2.61 per …

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3 Women, All Employees, Injured in Shooting Inside Fort Worth Bank: Police


July 19, 2018

Fort Worth police have surrounded a home not far from the location of an apparent bank robbery where three female employees were shot early Thursday morning. The women, all employees at the bank, were hospitalized with serious, but non life-threatening injuries. VIDEOWoman Douses Bank Lobby in Gasoline Then Demands Cash Sgt. Chris Britt, with the Fort Worth Police Department, said …

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Fort Worth Fire Dept. Investigating Grass Fire on Moresby


July 19, 2018

The Fort Worth Fire Department is investigating a grass fire near Moresby road. The area covers about five to 10 acres; it is unknown what caused the fire. Video from the scene appears to show a vehicle emitting smoke from the field. No one was injured and no one was found in the car No further details have been released …

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Crews Battle Fire at IHOP Restaurant in Fort Worth


July 19, 2018

Fire crews are battling a fire at an IHOP restaurant in Fort Worth that broke out Thursday morning. Customers and employees were evacuated and no injuries were reported, fire officials said. There were 11 employees and about 13 customers, according to a witness, who safely escaped, officials said. Firefighters got to the scene about 7:50 a.m. at 5920 Quebec St. …

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Missing teenager last seen at HEB near Galleria mall


July 19, 2018

Police are looking for a 19-year-old woman who is known to be near the Galleria mall area and Arpi’s Phoenicia Deli on Westheimer. MISSING: These 22 missing people were last seen in Houston Danielle Rainwater was last seen Saturday at the HEB at 5895 San Felipe Street. The missing person report described her as a 5-foot 4-inch white woman with hazel …

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Man fatally shoots alleged carjacker in SE Houston


July 19, 2018

One man is dead and two others are on the run after they allegedly carjacked a man and exchanged gunfire with him in southeast Houston early Thursday morning. The man who was carjacked shot and killed one of the suspects during a gunfight, said Houston police Lt. Larry Crowson. GUNFIRE: Officers shoot at robbery suspects in NE Harris County The violence …

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Judge dismisses claim against Houston’s homeless feeding rule, but case continues


July 19, 2018

A state district judge this week dismissed a lawsuit a local activist filed last year against Houston’s ordinance regulating the charitable feeding of the city’s homeless, but the case is proceeding on with a new plaintiff. Phillip Paul Bryant’s original lawsuit had said the 2012 law infringed on his ability to live his Christian faith by limiting how he could …

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