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    ‘White Lives Matter’ Protests Staged at Houston’s NAACP HQ

    HOUSTON — Tensions were on the rise in Houston’s Third Ward as protesters set up in front of Houston’s NAACP headquarters on Wheeler Ave. The “White Lives Matter” protest wanted to voice their concerns that black leaders and organizations have not condemned the actions of the “Black Lives Matter” movement which has led to rioting and violence in certain cities. Meanwhile, blacks residents in the neighborhood were surprised by protest and felt the message did not come across well when protesters were […]

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    Expert: Texas, Louisiana Next Targets for Zika Virus

    A really big name is coming to Texas — bigger than Oympic powerhouse Simone Biles. It’s the international sensation, Zika! “I would not be surprised if we see cases in Texas and Louisiana,” Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Disease told ABC This Week Sunday, “particularly now where you have the situation with flooding in Louisiana.” All the recent flooding along the Gulf Coast has been like an “Open All Night” sign for potential Zika-carrying mosquitoes. […]

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    SWAT Surrounds Carrollton Home With Gunman Barricaded Inside

    CARROLLTON, TX — Things aren’t so quiet in the usually quiet suburb of Carrollton. Early Friday morning, the Carrollton SWAT team surrounded a house where a gunman was hiding inside. According to the Dallas Morning News, police initially responded to a fight around 3 a.m. that involved a couple and escalated to involve more people. When police arrived, shots were fired and the gunman fled into the house. No injuries were reported. Police gained access to the garage around 8 a.m. Houses near […]

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    Dallas Black Dance Theatre Previews 40th Anniversary Season

    Dallas Black Dance Theatre gave NewsFix a preview of their upcoming season. “We’re gonna talk about the exciting things that are going to happen during Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s 40th Anniversary year,” artistic adviser Ann Williams said. “Can you believe that we have been in business for forty years?” “I learned how to perform here. They taught me not just how to point my feet, how to straighten my legs, but also how to emote and express myself on stage, so […]

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    Horrifying: Suspect Found Biting Off Pieces Of Man’s Face At Double Murder Scene

    TEQUESTA, Fla. — A 19-year-old Florida State University student suspected of a killing a Tequesta, Florida, couple Monday night in a brutal, random and unprovoked attack was allegedly found biting off pieces of one of the victim’s faces off when a deputy arrived, according to police. Deputies from the Martin County Sheriff’s Office responded to the home in the 19000 block of SE Kokomo Lane around 9:20 p.m. after receiving a call from a neighbor who said he’d been stabbed […]

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    Teen Abducted in 1997 Reunited With Parents After Unknowingly Meeting Sister

    Zephany Nurse, who is now 17, was seized from a Cape Town hospital in 1997. Since then, she has been raised by the woman who allegedly abducted her, authorities say. In a strange twist, she lived in the same city as her biological parents.

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    Cussing Brings Parents & Kids Closer, Professor Says

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The author of a new book says something we’ve all been taught is bad is actually very good. Yep, we’re talking about cursing! Cussing for all you true Texans. “In Praise of Profanity” author and Indiana University professor Michael Adams said “bad words” actually bring us together, and because of their taboo nature, curse words give us “a degree of intimacy.” According to Adams, parents should actually teach their kids to use profanity so they can ‘bond’ even […]

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    Arizona Corrections Officer Prevents Inmate’s Suicide

    MARICOPA COUNTY, Ariz. — An Arizona jailbird is still alive, despite her best efforts to end her life. When a corrections officer opened the prisoner’s cell, the suicidal inmate immediately tried to jump over a top-floor railing. It was a 20-foot drop, officers said. Thanks to the officer’s quick reflexes, neither woman fell. Surveillance video shows the detention officer grabbing the jumper by the wrist and using her own body weight to pull her back over the railing twice. The Maricopa […]

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    Teenage Girl In Critical Condition After Being Shot in Northeast Dallas Early Monday

    DALLAS — A teenage girl was shot in the head early Monday as people were leaving a dance hall in northeast Dallas. Police say officers answered a shooting call around 2 a.m. at the Azure Banquet Hall in the 9200 block of Skillman St. Witnesses say people in parked cars outside the dance hall started shooting at each other; the girl, believed to be 19, was likely hit in crossfire. Dallas Fire Rescue took the victim to Presbyterian Hospital in critical condition. Suspects left the scene […]

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    Arlington Police Dog Dies Due to Overheating After Searching For Suspect

    ARLINGTON, TX — It’s a sad day in Arlington. Mojo, an Arlington Police dog, died Tuesday after overcoming to heat while searching for an aggravated assault suspect. According to police, K9 units were sent out around 10 AM this morning to search for a wanted suspect that had fled during a traffic stop. Around 11:15 AM, Mojo’s handler notified officers that he appeared to be overheating, requested water and transport to an animal hospital. Mojo died due to injuries related […]