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Leading Off (12/18/23)

Rough one, buddy.
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Cowboys Lose. It was actually worse than the 31-10 final, thanks to a meaningless CeeDee Lamb touchdown near the end of the fourth. The Bills shut down the Cowboys offense (it gained less than 100 yards through three quarters for the first time since 2010) but the game was pretty much over after a personal foul extended the Bills’ first drive and then another personal foul took a Cowboys special teams TD off the board. But, silver lining, they didn’t have to do anything yesterday to lock up a playoff spot.

White Settlement Police Find Dead Body In Man’s Car, Apparently the Result of a Hit and Run. After the body was found in his front passenger seat, Nestor Joel Lujan Flores, 31, told police he thought he hit an animal. They traced the collision to the service road off I-30 near Cockrell Hill Road, 38 miles away, where human remains had been found. Flores has been arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated twice before and convicted once.

Man Shot and Killed On RL Thornton. Authorities say the man was traveling eastbound early Saturday when he was fatally shot, after which he crashed into a sign near the Harwood Street bridge.

Minnie Payne, 90, Earns Master’s at UNT. She is the oldest person to earn a master’s from the school. She got her undergraduate at 73. And she’s got a job working at a magazine!

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