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1 dead, 3 injured after shooting, car crash in Burleson

BURLESON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) - One person has died and at least three others are hurt after a shooting and car crash in Burleson. A spokesperson for the city said that there are three separate scenes on the street. There was a shooting in the 300 and 400 blocks of Wilshire Boulevard and the median of I-35 W. The crash happened at about 6 p.m. Friday at the 300 block of NE Wilshire Boulevard. The nature of the initial incident is still under investigation. Detectives are following up on multiple leads but the suspect remains at large.Officials ask that if anyone has any information in regards to the accident to contact Detective R. Martin 817-426-9392 or RMartin@burlesontx.com, or Johnson County Crime Stoppers at 800-794-8477 (TIPS).
BURLESON, TX
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7-year-old in critical condition, unresponsive after being pulled out of community pool

EDGECLIFF VILLAGE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) - A 7-year-old boy is in critical condition after going under water in a community pool in the small Tarrant Cuonty community of Edgecliff Village.MedStar got the call at 8:21 p.m. near the corner of Village Parkway and Stonegate Drive.According to the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office, the child was pulled from the pool unresponsive.CPR was started and the child was alert and crying on the way to Cook Children's Hospital.No word yet what led up to the incident.
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Abortion rights protests planned across North Texas after SCOTUS overturns Roe

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — North Texans are organizing protests against the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, allowing states to determine the legality of abortion.Several protests were planned to take place Friday evening, including events in downtown Denton at 5:00 p.m. and Belo Garden Park in downtown Dallas at 6:30 p.m.Federal police were seen outside of the Earl Cabell federal courthouse building in Dallas putting up barricades and boarding windows in anticipation of protests.Dallas police said in a statement they would not interfere with peaceful demonstrations, but warned that "the Dallas Police Department will take enforcement action if...
DALLAS, TX

Popular Texas restaurant temporarily closed after inspector finds animal feces in food

A popular Texas pizza restaurant was just closed after a health inspector found animal feces in food that was to be served to customers. It can be hard to keep rodents, bugs, and other critters at bay when operating a restaurant. However, customers expect that when they purchase food from an eatery, the restaurant has taken all necessary steps to comply with health code regulations.
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July 2022 Cover: Old Gringo Women's Boots

A perfect fit for the Fort Worth woman, these taupe/white crackle distressed cowhide kickers are adorned with images of iconic Fort Worth landmarks, including the Stockyards, Bass Hall, Billy Bob’s, the Fort Worth Zoo, and others. Whether taking a stroll down Exchange Avenue or the Magnificent Mile, Fort Worthians...
FORT WORTH, TX
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American Airlines launches mobile ID verification with TSA PreCheck

American Airlines has launched a new partnership with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to test mobile identification. Customers with TSA PreCheck can now go through the airport with just their phone and their face. Launched at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), American Airlines AAdvantage members who are enrolled in...
FORT WORTH, TX
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American Airlines Debuts TSA PreCheck System at DFW

DALLAS – American Airlines (AA) customers who have TSA PreCheck are now able to go through security using just their phone – and their face. This is due to a joint venture between AA and the TSA set up to test mobile identification. The program began this week...
DALLAS, TX
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