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Irving police officer involved in shooting, suspect is dead

IRVING, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) - An Irving police officer was involved in a shooting June 29 at Baylor Scott & White Irving hospital.Irving police said that there is no threat to the community and the suspect is dead. During a press conference, police said a nurse noticed a patient inside an emergency room had a gun and was acting erratically. She alerted both hospital police and the Irving Police Department. According to officers, the suspect fired his weapon before they shot and killed him.There are no other injuries reported. This story is developing.
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Third Victim Dies in Dallas Triple-Homicide

A third person is dead following a shooting at a North Dallas apartment complex last month. Zamaurius Debase, 24, is the third victim to have died after someone opened fire on the morning of May 27 at The Timbers apartments. According to Dallas Police, officers arrived at the complex at...
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Homicide reported on N. Beckley Avenue

On Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at approximately 11:25 p.m., Dallas Police responded to a call at Methodist Dallas Medical Center located at 1441 N. Beckley Avenue. Upon arrival, officers were notified that the victim, Lorenzo Demarcus Perez, 21, had a gunshot wound and was dropped off at the hospital by unknown males. The victim died a short time later due to his injuries.
NBC Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas Police Looking for ‘Armed and Dangerous' Man Wanted for Murder

The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public's help finding Alexander Carillo, a wanted man considered armed and dangerous. Police said Carillo is wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of Sebastian Pulido on April 25, 2022. Carillo, who is considered armed and dangerous, is 19 years old and...

This Innocent Woman's House Was Destroyed by a SWAT Team. A Jury Says She's Owed $60,000.

When Vicki Baker cleared out her home in McKinney, Texas, in 2020, she filled two 40-foot dumpsters with her belongings. It wasn't the way she'd pictured emptying the house as she prepared to begin retirement in Montana. But there was little else to be done with her tear-gas stained items after a SWAT team careened through her fence, detonated explosives to blow her garage door off its hinges, smashed several windows, and drove a BearCat armored vehicle through her front door to apprehend a fugitive that had barricaded himself inside.

Al Biernat’s Launches New Menu

It’s not every day that a restaurant as beloved and iconic as Al Biernat’s announces significant changes to its menu, but that day has arrived. Open and thriving for 23 years, Al Biernat’s has gained a very loyal following of diners who come there for their favorite steaks and seafood. But, as the popularity of the restaurant continues to grow, General Manager Brad Fuller mentioned that 2021 was its best sales year ever, and the time was right to make some adjustments to the restaurant. Loyal guests can rest assured all their favorites are still on the menu.

H-E-B Expanding Temple Warehouse to Support New Stores

H-E-B is looking to expand its Temple facility to handle the increased distribution across Dallas.Brittani Burns/Unsplash. San Antonio-based supermarket chain, H-E-B is expanding its Temple distribution facilities, by installing a new automated frozen distribution line. According to Dallas News, Temple EDC, the City of Temple, and H-E-B are in final negotiations to grow the facility by 325,000 square feet and creating more than 100 jobs. The retailer is currently working with the Temple Economic Development Corp to expand its facilities.

H-E-B Getting Ready to Expand Footprint

H-E-B knows exactly how it wants to handle distribution to its new stores in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) region. The San Antonio-based grocery chain is adding frozen capabilities to its distribution facilities in Temple, Texas. The project will grow H-E-B's current facility footprint by 325,000 square feet and will add over 100 jobs to the local economy.
Dallas Observer

Local Chef Launches His Dream "Bake-aurant" in East Dallas

After serving as a chef in the Dallas area for many years, Keith Cedotal has announced he is starting his first standalone service in the East Dallas area. KEESH, which stands for "Keith's Epic East-Side House," is a Texan-French fusion café that delivers pastries and savory menu items to residents in East Dallas on the weekends.
Fast Casual

Freddy's making big plans for Texas

Wichita-based Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers has 57 locations in the pipeline for the Dallas/Fort Worth areas as well as several counties in both East and West Texas. "Our 63 operating locations in Texas have continued to perform exceptionally well, and we have witnessed firsthand how Freddy's resonates with the local communities across the state," CDO Andrew Thengvall said in a press release. " This proven success has attracted best-in-class franchisees to join our network, and we couldn't be more excited. These strong operators deeply understand their territories and share our commitment to bringing Freddy's craveable menu to the people of Texas."

The Camp Transformation Center Opens Another Location in Texas

Garland Area Residents Welcome the Newest Location of the Popular Franchise. June 30, 2022 // // BRENTWOOD, Calif. - The Camp Transformation Center is thrilled to announce the grand opening of its newest gym in Garland, Texas. The new location is independently owned and operated by Sam Sangani. It is the 11th franchise location in the Lone Star State and the 6th in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Over 1.13 million people expected to travel though DFW Airport over July 4 weekend

DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — Millions of people are traveling this holiday weekend, so be prepared for crowds if you're one of them. Over 1.13 million people are expected to travel through DFW Airport over this holiday weekend, a spokesperson said. That's a 10% increase from what the airport saw on this weekend in 2019. If you're flying somewhere, you may even notice airlines are offering travel vouchers during this busy travel season for people who offer to give up their seats. The stakes are higher now that travel is back to pre-pandemic levels and now more waivers and vouchers are being offered to...
Austin Chronicle

Day Trips: “Peace Circle,” Grapevine

Statues depict meeting between Native Americans and Sam Houston. The "Peace Circle" in Grapevine commemorates Sam Houston's efforts to foster peace and friendship with Native American tribes. Unveiled last September, the 11 bronze statues stand in front of Grapevine Main Station, a multiuse terminal for the TEXRail commuter line between...

Check out photos from the McKinney Farmers Market

Despite the 100-degree heat last Saturday, the McKinney farmer's market was filled with people shopping and enjoying beautiful downtown McKinney. The farmer's market features booths from a variety of vendors selling things including fresh fruits and vegetables, salsa, desserts and wine. This event happens every Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon at...

Jai Meals to open vegan restaurant in Richardson

Jai Meals will offer plant-based foods at 1930 N. Coit Road, Ste. 140, Richardson. (Courtesy Jai Meals) Jai Meals is coming soon to Richardson at the corner of Coit and Campbell roads. Ownership said the vegan restaurant plans to open in July at 1930 N. Coit Road, Ste. 140, Richardson, after previously being located in The Shops at Willow Bend food court in Plano. No official grand opening date has been announced. Jai Meals offers a variety of plant-based foods, including pasta and other dishes. 972-905-4595.

Advanced Esthetics of Richardson offers skin care for wide array of patients

Beverly Blair is the owner of Advanced Esthetics of Richardson. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper) Beverly Blair said her road to owning Advanced Esthetics of Richardson was anything but ordinary. After graduating from The University of Texas at Dallas with a degree in business management, Blair became certified through the National Association of Legal Assistance to work as a paralegal. In 2010, she left the law career field to own a tow-trucking company. The business had 10 trucks and 25 employees when she sold it in February 2020.

Travelers and Airlines Preparing for Busiest Summer Travel Weekend

Airlines and travelers are bracing for the holiday weekend travel.Marco Lopez/Unsplash. The fourth of July holiday weekend has arrived and airlines and travel officials are preparing for the busiest travel weekend of the summer. The 4th of July weekend arrives as the airline industry continues to deal with massive cancellations and delays, blamed on everything from pilot shortages, bad weather, poor planning and air traffic control staffing.