Dallas Cowboys Bus Involved In Crash That Kills Four. A van collided with a Cowboys team bus in Arizona yesterday afternoon, resulting in four deaths. The bus had staff (including a mascot and the team videographer) but no players, and was on its way to a fan event in Las Vegas. No one on the bus was injured beyond “bumps and bruises,” according to the Cowboys’ Rich Dalrymple.
Local Police Honor Travel to Baton Rouge to Honor Fallen Officers. One of them, officer Yukang “Ken” Yi, “couldn’t bring himself to go to any of his fellow DPD officers’ funerals. He mourned them on his own. But this week, he volunteered to go to Baton Rouge. ‘I felt like I needed to.'”
Child Left in Car Dies Outside Far East Dallas Church. “Reng Om with Dallas Matu Christian Church told News 8 the father of the child noticed his son was not in a children’s bible service. ‘He didn’t see him,’ Om said. Om says the father went out and found the child still inside the family’ 2006 Honda Pilot. It was 98 degrees at 3 p.m. in Dallas. Om says he was inside the church when he saw the father walk inside the sanctuary holding his son in his arms. The child was unresponsive.”
FC Dallas Earns Draw With Second-Place Colorado Rapids. Victor Ulloa salvaged a point for FCD with a late golazo, keeping your boys atop the table. More concerning: is Fabian Castillo leaving for Turkish club Trabzonspor?
Francine Reese Morrison, RIP. The gospel singer and minister from Fort Worth died Saturday. Morrison, who sang at Governor John Connally’s inauguration, was 80.Read More