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Driver returned to site of deadly hit-and-run in The Heights


March 31, 2019

A woman struck and killed two pedestrians, including one in a wheelchair, in the Heights Saturday. Police were called to the corner of North Shepherd Drive and West 10th Street at around 9:30 p.m. A man and woman were both taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. The female driver had fled the scene and driven home, where a relative …

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Mansfield Reports First Fire Fatality in Over a Decade


March 31, 2019

A man died in a house fire early Sunday morning, the first fire death in over a decade for Mansfield Fire Department. According to Jeff Smith, Assistant Chief, firefighters responded to the 1700 block of Country Crest Lane at 2:34 a.m. on Sunday. When the crews arrived, they were met by heavy smoke and flames coming from the home. Firefighters …

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2 teens arrested in killing of 55-year-old man who was robbed at Dallas apartments


March 31, 2019

DALLAS — Two teenagers have been arrested in the killing of a 55-year-old man who was shot and robbed in the parking lot of his apartment complex in northeast Dallas earlier this month, police said. Janelius Howard and Quinderrius Johnson, both 17, face capital murder charges in Manuel Anzaldua’s death, according to a police news release Saturday. The shooting happened …

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Watch Beto O’Rourke’s presidential campaign rally in Austin


March 31, 2019

AUSTIN, Texas — Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke traveled across Texas on Saturday with campaign rallies in El Paso, Houston and Austin. His final stop was in Austin, where he took the stage about 10:30 p.m. in front of a large crowd that took up three blocks of Congress Avenue. With the state capitol building as the backdrop, O’Rourke, speaking in …

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Michael Irvin Cancer Free


March 31, 2019

LOS ANGELES — Days after announcing on social media that he was being screened for throat cancer, Cowboys great Michael Irvin announced on Instagram that he was cancer free: Irvin consulted specialists after losing his voice and dealing with that ongoing issue for two months. On social media, Irvin called throat cancer a demon that has chased his spirit all …

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Police searching for suspect in southwest Houston shooting


March 31, 2019

A shooting Friday evening left a man dead in the Gulfton area of southwest Houston. Officials responded to a shooting call at about 9:45 p.m. and found the victim dead near an apartment complex. Police had not collected any suspect descriptions Friday evening, though investigations were searching the area for home surveillance footage that may have captured the shooting. Neighbors …

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Police arrest two suspects in bank robbery, third suspect still at large


March 31, 2019

Police on Saturday arrested two robbers who they say made off with more than $100,000 from a Houston bank. The robbers fled the scene and led police on a high-speed chase after officers responded to reports of a robbery at Compass Bank on Richmond Avenue shortly before 10 a.m Bellaire police helped the Houston Police Department on an unsuccessful search for …

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Has designer lawn become a rat race to out-sell competitors?


March 31, 2019

Pakistan’s love for lawn is undeniable and eternal. Nearly two decades ago, voile manufacturers came up with the bright idea that they should collaborate with designers for collections of unstitched fabric. There has really been no looking back. In international realms, an Alexander McQueen diffused to McQ and an Armani has an Armani Exchange for the high street. In Pakistan, …

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Model Eman Suleman says she doesn’t want to share her LSA nomination with an accused harasser


March 31, 2019

Model Eman Suleman has quickly become known for being gutsy, outspoken, and always speaking up about social issues. She’s previously spoken up about sexual harassment in the entertainment industry as well as body image; this time she took to social media to make an announcement: that she is not comfortable sharing a Lux Style Award nomination with someone accused of harassment. In a short …

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CRICKET: LEADING FROM THE FRONT


March 31, 2019

  Urooj Mumtaz Khan may have left the Pakistan women’s cricket team long ago. But there have been things about her that have not let people forget this former national captain who, as an all-rounder, always led her team from the front. She is intelligent, well-educated (she’s a dental surgeon by profession), energetic, dependable, trustworthy, respectful, graceful and poised, though …

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