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Sutherland Springs victims can take federal government to trial for mass shooting, Texas judge rules


May 24, 2019

AUSTIN — A federal judge in Texas has said victims of the 2017 church massacre in Sutherland Springs can continue their lawsuit against the U.S. government for its role in the shooting. U.S. District Judge Xavier Rodriguez’s Thursday ruling is a huge victory for the nine families in the case, which allows them to put federal authorities on trial for alleged negligence. Rodriguez dismissed the government’s motion to throw out …

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‘You have to show up’: Community allies press Dallas police officials on crimes against transgender women


May 24, 2019

Kaden Brown didn’t want to go to the Resource Center alone Thursday. As a black, transgender woman, she always fears attending public events. Now, after Muhlaysia Booker’s death, she’s even more worried. “But you have to show up. If we aren’t here, we are going to continue to attend vigils,” said Brown, who brought her boyfriend along to make her …

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Pregnant woman attacked in road rage incident with kids in car


May 24, 2019

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A pregnant woman says she was attacked in a road rage incident, and it all happened in the view of her children. The dramatic scene was all caught on cell phone video as a woman, who ABC13 decided to blur because she has not been charged with a crime, gets out of her car and hits …

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Dr. Khosa receives awards in Canada, USA, UAE and Pakistan


May 24, 2019

Dr. Faisal Khosa is a medical gradate from Pakistan who has been awarded the Canadian Association of Radi By: Raja Zahid A Khanzada Canada: Pakistani-born Canadian doctor Dr. Faisal Khosa, named the “Young Investigator Award for 2019”, on behalf of the Canadian Association of Religiology (CAR), on the occasion of an annual conference held by the award association.  Award ceremony …

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Man wanted on parole violation punches through drywall during 7-hour standoff with Carrollton police


May 23, 2019

Carrollton police led a 41-year-old man away in handcuffs Tuesday night after a seven-hour standoff at a residential complex. Police were called to the Rosemeade Townhomes in the 1100 block of East Branch Hollow on a tip that a man wanted on a parole violation was there with a motorcycle that had allegedly been stolen, KTVT-TV (Channel 11) reported. The man, Marvin James Jr., punched …

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Woman found slain in Far East Dallas street, police say


May 19, 2019

A woman was killed and her body was left in a Far East Dallas street Saturday morning, police said. Officers responded to a shooting call just before 7 a.m. in the 7200 block of Valley Glen Drive, where they found the woman lying face down in the street. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene from “homicidal violence,” but …

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Second man charged in shooting death of Lamar High School student


May 19, 2019

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Authorities have charged a second man in the shooting death of a Lamar High School student. Authorities arrested and charged 18-year-old Dave’on Thomas with murder. He’s the second person charged in the shooting death of Delindsey Dwayne Mack. On Nov. 13, Mack was shot multiple times as he walked on Bammel Lane during Lamar’s first lunch …

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Dr. Mike Ghouse describes the essence of Islam in his latest book of American Muslim Agenda


April 29, 2019

Dr. Mike Ghouse describes the essence of Islam in his latest book of American Muslim Agenda By: Raja Zahid A Khanazada WASHINGTON – With Islamophobia happening in today’s society, Dr. Mike Ghouse pens “American Muslim Agenda” (published by Xlibris) to offer Muslims and non-Muslims alike an understanding of the essence of Islam. At its core, the book aims to open people’s hearts and …

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