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Local News

Too Blue To Be Black, Too Black To Be Blue

In a new book about the 2016 downtown Dallas shooting that left five officers dead, SWAT negotiator Larry Gordon straddles the thin blue line.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall was one of the best shots in her academy class.
Police

This Is the New Chief of Police

Reneé Hall is the first woman to run the department. She’s not so sure Dallas is ready for that.
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Law

A New SMU Law Clinic Lets Students Into the Courtroom

The VanSickle Family Law Clinic is helping clients find cheap justice.
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Local News

One Year After Police Ambush, a Memorial Fundraiser for Families of the Fallen

The Dallas Five fundraiser will feature guest speakers, a silent auction, and a workout competition.
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Law

Judge Awards Huge $5.5 Million Verdict in Ira Tobolowsky Defamation Suit

Neither Steve Aubrey nor Brian Vodicka, the defendants, appeared in court.

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Crime

‘A Place Where Something Evil Happened’

Ira Tobolowsky, a prominent lawyer, was burned alive in his North Dallas garage. A strong suspect quickly emerged. So why can’t the cops solve the case?
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News

A Dallas ER Doc Confronts Racism And Winds Up at the Center of a National Conversation

After the downtown shooter sent wounded cops to his hospital, Dr. Brian Williams wound up at the center of a national conversation. The Parkland surgeon hurried into the trauma bay as nurses rolled in a severely wounded police officer, the first of several. He tossed aside his white coat and snapped on rubber gloves, stepping into another bloody episode in the nation's racial history, and a turning point in his own.
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News

How A Single Teacher Changed This Dallas Doctor’s Life

Her father was a drunk. Her mother was a heroin addict. Somehow Lara Johnson still became the valedictorian of her high school class. But she might never have gone to college if not for a generous proposition, one that set her on a path to becoming a doctor.
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Education

How a Teacher Changed This Dallas Doctor’s Life

Her father was a drunk. Her mother was a heroin addict. Somehow Lara Johnson still became the valedictorian of her high school class. But she might never have gone to college if not for a generous proposition.
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Real Estate

Appraisers Caught in the Middle

With buyers willing to pay tens of thousands of dollars above asking price and sellers looking to cash in, things have gotten tricky.