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Irving Man Sentenced for $7 Million COVID Testing Fraud

After being charged in 2022 and pleading guilty last fall, Terrance Barnard was sentenced to seven years for defrauding private insurers with stolen patient data.
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Retired Cook Children’s Chaplain Gets 60 Years for Child Pornography

Investigators found videos and images of 71-year-old Michael Downs sexually abusing a teenage victim.
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Illegal ATVs Are the Latest Threat to the Great Trinity Forest

A dozen Dallas marshals try to stop joyriders from tearing up hiking trails and delicate ecosystems.
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Methodist Clinic Shooting a Reminder of Healthcare’s Balancing Act

A seemingly planned attack at a Cedar Hill Clinic left a physician injured and points out the danger faced by healthcare workers.
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The Phone Call That Brought Me a Killer Story

(Do Not Hit Decline…. A Killer Story Could Be a Phone Call Away….)
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True Crime and Wine

First he caught the Eyeball Killer. Then, to take his mind off the horror he’d seen as a Dallas cop, John Matthews planted grapes. In Ovilla.
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Mental Health

UPDATE: Pecan Valley Responds to Lawsuit After Alleged Sexual Assaults

The defendant had been a systems administrator for more than a decade and had a previous charge of aggravated sexual assault of a child from 2015.
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Lawsuit: Years of Sexual Assault at ‘Negligent’ North Texas Mental Health Provider

A woman claims her former stepfather and Pecan Valley Centers for Behavioral & Development Healthcare systems administrator filmed assaults on company cell phones for years.
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State Rep. Anchia: Legislation Increasing Penalty for Removing Ankle Monitors Is ‘Not a Big Ask’

State Rep. Rafael Anchia is ready to file two bills that were spurred by the shooting deaths of two Dallas Methodist Hospital employees by a parolee wearing an ankle monitor.
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Healthcare

Colleagues of Anesthesiologist Accused of Tampering With IV Bags Testify They Were ‘Terrified’ of Him

A federal judged ordered that Dr. Raynaldo Ortiz be detained before trial because of fears that he would intimidate or injure witnesses. Ortiz is accused of tampering with IV bags that caused one death and at least a dozen adverse cardiac complications.
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