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    Dallas Mayoral Candidate Arrested for ‘666’ Taggings

    DALLAS – Police suspected him all along for the devilish deeds. And now, DPD has arrested Dallas mayoral candidate Richard Sheridan in connection with the Oak Lawn “666” taggings. A grand jury indicted Sheridan on a state felony. Police say it could be upgraded to a third-degree felony if it’s proven he targeted the LGBT community. The red “666” was first spray painted on the Legacy of Love Monument and the Cathedral of Hope in June of 2014. After that, 11 other […]

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    Cops: Naked School Worker Locked Herself in Class with Kids

    LEMON GROVE, CA – Cops believe a California school employee may have been doped up on drugs when she ripped off her clothes then barricaded herself inside a classroom with a group of middle school kids. Now after-school assistant Linda Lira is being held on a $2 million bond in Lemon Grove. “Within a short time (the students) realized she was not herself. She started saying some pretty bizarre things. She locked the door, turned down the lights,” said Superintendent Ernie […]

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    ‘Sopranos’ Star Drea de Matteo Loses Home in NYC Blast

    NEW YORK CITY – “Sopranos” star Drea de Matteo is one of many New Yorkers who lost her home in the East Village explosion Thursday. De Matteo spoke about her heartbreak as she posted a photo on Instagram of her view from across the street as FDNY battled the flames at 123 2nd Avenue. NYC's finest trying to put out the flames to mine n many others apartments 💔 Speechless… 🙏🙏🙏for those that are hurt 💔 A photo posted by Drea De […]

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    Two People Missing in New York Building Explosion

    NEW YORK – Two people remain unaccounted for following an explosion Thursday at a building in Manhattan, two New York police sources said. There is a possibility six others may also be missing, NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said. “They were not inside as far as we know,” Boyce said. The explosion in New York’s East Village left 25 people injured, the police sources said. Officials had said earlier that at least 19 were hurt in the fiery blast, […]

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    Arlington Man Killed in I-35 Salado Bridge Collapse ID’d

    SALADO, TX – A North Texas man was killed and at least three others injured after a truck slammed into a bridge, causing it to crash down onto I-35 in Salado. The victim has been identified as 32-year-old Clark Brandon Davis of Arlington. TxDOT says the oversized truck was carrying a crane when it hit the beams on the bridge Thursday morning. That caused a domino effect and two other beams fell. Both sides of I-35 are shut down until […]

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    Bergdahl Charges Bring Up Questions About His Capture & Release

    SAN ANTONIO, TX – Military charges of desertion and misbehavior against Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have stirred up old questions about his capture and release. This week the Army charged him with “desertion with intent to shirk important or hazardous duty,” and “misbehavior before the enemy by endangering the safety of a command unit or place.” The Taliban nabbed Bergdahl when he disappeared from his post in Afghanistan in the summer of 2009. Bergdahl says that during his five years […]

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    Cops: California Woman’s Ransom Kidnapping Was a Hoax

    VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA – The reported kidnapping of a Vallejo, California woman for ransom has turned out to be a hoax. Denise Huskins, 29, was found safe on Wednesday at her father’s Huntington Beach house, more than 400 miles away from Vallejo. Huskins’ boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, 30, reported the kidnapping Monday afternoon, but police grew suspicious after they learned he waited several hours before he called police. “The statement that Mr. Quinn provided was such an incredible story, we initially had […]

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    100-Year-Old Car Salesman Celebrates 66 Years on the Lot

    CASPER, WY – Most of us love our jobs. Some of us can even say we love them. But who can say they love their job enough to do it for 66 years? Derrell Alexander sold his first car back in 1949 and he’s been doing it ever since. As if that milestone weren’t enough, he also recently celebrated his 100th birthday.

  • Pro Paintballers Turn Out for Dallas Tournament

    Air-powered guns filled with, basically, bath beads full of water soluble dye used to attack the other team and capture their flag. Also known as paintball! And it was a big deal this weekend with pros turning out for the 2015 PSP Dallas Open held in Forney.

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    Worth a Shot: Student Vaccination Debate Reaches Texas Capitol

    AUSTIN, TX – To shoot and tell?  That’s the question at the Texas state Capitol.  No, we’re not talking guns.  We’re talking vaccinations. Lawmakers in Austin heard the issue of privacy and transparency when it comes to student vaccinations; basically your right to know who in your kid’s class has opted out of a school vaccination.