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One Man Dead, Another Man Charged with Murder in Dallas Co.

One man is dead — and another man is behind bars — after a shooting in Orrville. Fifty-one year old Byron Anderson of Orrville — is charged with murder. He was arrested for killing 36 year old Frederick Hunter of Orrville Thursday afternoon — in the M&M Grocery Store. “Luckily...
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Dallas Nurse Contracts COVID-19 Months After She Got Vaccinated

A Dallas nurse is sharing her experience about contracting COVID-19 months after she became fully vaccinated. Family nurse practitioner Tara Cavazos was fully immunized as a participant in the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial. Like many frontline healthcare workers, Cavazos said she was eager to join the trial last fall.
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Data: A look at recent crime trends in Dallas, Preston Hollow

In the last month, property crimes hit a year high in the city of Dallas. This peak was marked between June 28 and July 5, where there were 1,453 property crimes reported. Violent crime and general “other” crimes were also heightened that week, but each then dropped in the last two weeks.
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22-Year-Old Shot, Killed in West Dallas: Police

A 22-year-old man was fatally shot in West Dallas Thursday while attempting to stop a fight, Dallas police said. At around 9:20 p.m., officers responded to a shooting call at 1706 Pueblo Street. According to police, Josue Monsivais-Rodriguez, 22, was shot multiple times while attempting to "stop a disturbance." Monsivais-Rodriguez...
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Savannah/Hilton Head airport expansion moves forward, tourism leaders hopeful

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – As the travel industry continues to bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport is continuing expansion projects. City Council approved nearly $7 million in contracts for improvement and expansion projects, including the rental car facility improvement project as well as paint and...
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Report: Malik Hooker prepared to sign with Dallas Cowboys

Former Indianapolis Colts and Ohio State Buckeyes safety Malik Hooker appears poised to join the Dallas Cowboys. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport provided the latest on Friday. “The #Cowboys and former first-round pick Malik Hooker has visited twice and he provides help at a position of need,” Rapoport wrote in a tweet. “Assuming all goes well, he’ll join Dallas with a chance to kick-start his career.”