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North Texas Woman Whose Unborn Child Could Not Be Saved Shares Personal Abortion StoryHaylie Grammer said her decision to have a C-section, knowing there would be no medical intervention, meant it would be considered an abortion.
Texas Secretary of State’s Office Releases New Information On Audit of 2020 ElectionFormer President Donald Trump brought the issue up in an open letter to Governor Greg Abbott last Thursday.
Armed Woman Dies Following Allen Police Officer-Involved Shooting In Wendy's ParkingWhen officers arrived to a disturbance call, they saw a woman holding a rifle at her side and immediately heard several gunshots.
Child Dies Of Rare Brain-Eating Ameba Infection Linked To Arlington Splash PadThe child was hospitalized Sept. 5 at Cook Children’s Medical Center with primary amebic meningoencephalitis.
Retired Police Officers Playing Dual Roles At State Fair Of TexasThe Safety Team was born after the 2019 Fair, when the security team decided to reexamine its allocation of security resources.
Dallas 10-Year-Old With Underlying Conditions Dies From COVID-19A 10-year-old girl and two women in their 20s with underlying health conditions are three of 17 people who died most recently in Dallas County from COVID-19.
Dallas Firefighters Find Dead Dog Inside Burning HouseIt took Dallas Fire-Rescue less than an hour to extinguish a house fire in the 10600 block of Cade Drive, in Southeast Dallas.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Unveils Ethics Reform Plan To Crack Down On Corruption At City Hall“I promised that we would root out corruption by reforming our city’s ethics code,” Mayor Johnson during a news conference Monday.