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Fort Worth Police Shot at While Investigating Prior Shooting


January 7, 2019

Fort Worth officers were investigating a shots fired call Sunday night at an apartment when another round of gunshots were fired through the window, police said. The first shots fired call came in about 7:20 p.m. and police were at the scene in the 1800 block of E. Robert Street when the second round of shots were fired about 8:30 …

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Woman Shot in Vehicle on Interstate 35E: PD


January 7, 2019

A woman was shot while in a vehicle near downtown Dallas on southbound Interstate 35E early Monday morning, police said. She was hospitalized and her condition is unknown. It happened about 4:25 a.m. near the Commerce Street exit. Police were interviewing witnesses. Delays are growing as police are investigating the scene

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12-Year-Old, Grandmother Killed After Car Crashes Into Tree


January 7, 2019

A child and her grandmother are dead after the car the grandmother was driving crashed into a tree Sunday morning in Fort Worth. According to Fort Worth fire officials, the woman was driving southbound on E. Lancaster Avenue when she struck a tree that was in the median. The woman was later identified by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office …

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Babysitter accused of killing 2-month-old boy and giving body to mother


January 7, 2019

WAUSAU, Wisconsin — A Wisconsin babysitter who allegedly killed a 2-month-old boy then pretended he was alive when she gave the boy back to his mother has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide. A criminal complaint filed Friday says 28-year-old Marissa Tietsort of Wausau caused the infant’s death in October, then put him in a snowsuit and car seat and …

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Man with Houston ties accused of fighting for ISIS


January 7, 2019

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — The Syrian Democratic Forces claims five accused terrorists were captured during “Jazeera Storm.” One of them, Warren Christopher Clark, also known as Abu Muhammad, is originally from Houston. Clark has been on the radar before. Seamus Hughes, deputy director on the Program of Extremism at George Washington University, has been tracking Clark for a couple of …

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‘Sigh of relief’ Family speaks about arrests in Jazmine Barnes’ murder as 2nd suspect could face more charges


January 7, 2019

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A second suspect could be charged soon in the murder of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes. Eric Black Jr., 20, and 24-year-old Larry Woodruffe were arrested on Saturday. An investigation tip led authorities to Black, who has been charged with capital murder. When he appeared in court on Sunday, it was revealed Jazmine and her family were the …

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Photos show what Houston looked like in 1969


January 7, 2019

What was life in Houston like 50 years ago? A trip through the Houston Chronicle’s photo archives gives us a fascinating look at the Bayou City in 1969. Possibly the biggest Houston news of the year was the Apollo 11 moon landing, which made “Houston” the first word ever uttered from the lunar surface That year we also celebrated the …

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Police car hit while officers investigate wreck near Midtown


January 7, 2019

A driver crashed into a police car while officers investigated a major wreck Monday morning on the Southwest Freeway, according to Metro Video. A pickup truck first slammed into the back of a small SUV around 2:30 a.m. on Interstate 59 at Texas 288 The pickup flipped over, and a passenger in the truck was taken to the hospital, police …

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Whatspp Gold virus is just a hoax


January 7, 2019

WhatsApp Gold has turned out to be a hoax message, which tricks users into downloading a virus, and is circulating once again. The message claims a video will come out tomorrow called “Martinelli”, which will hack your phone. “If you know anyone using WhatsApp you might pass on this. An IT colleague has advised that a video comes out tomorrow …

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Sidestepping trade war, Musk breaks ground on Tesla Shanghai plant


January 7, 2019

Tesla boss Elon Musk presided Monday over the ground-breaking for a Shanghai factory that will allow the electric-car manufacturer to dodge the China-US tariff crossfire and sell directly to the world´s biggest market for “green” vehicles. The plant in a Shanghai suburb is Musk´s biggest overseas move yet and will eventually have an annual production capacity of 500,000 vehicles, Tesla …

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