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Teenager arrested for drive-by shooting that killed 79-year-old Gloria Roque

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A juvenile has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a 79-year-old woman who was struck while she was sitting in her home last October, police said.

Gloria Roque was sitting in her living room of her Dallas home in the 3700 block of Meyers Street on Oct. 31 when she was struck by gunfire.

The juvenile was arrested and charged with murder on Thursday, police said. He is currently at the Dallas County Juvenile Detention Center.

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Judge denies request to keep North Texas baby on life support

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FORT WORTH, Texas – A judge on Thursday denied the extension of a restraining order keeping a North Texas baby on life support at Cook Children’s Medical Center.

Tinsley Lewis has been in the hospital’s intensive care unit since she was born in February. The 11-month-old girl has a rare, incurable heart defect and relies on a ventilator and a feeding tube.

The hospital said Tinslee has already undergone several complex surgeries to try to improve her condition but also suffers from chronic lung disease and severe chronic pulmonary hypertension.

Doctors now believe her condition is irreversible and that she is suffering. Cook Children’s officials said they have already reached out to more than a dozen other medical facilities around the country and all agreed with their assessment.

But Tinslee’s family believes she still has a fighting chance. Read More Here

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Dallas Has Spent Nearly $10M On Police Misconduct Lawsuits Since 2015

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – On Wednesday, the Dallas City Council will vote on whether or not to spend $610,000 to settle a high-profile police misconduct lawsuit stemming from the 2013 shooting of Kelvion Walker by then-Senior Cpl. Amy Wilburn.

In the past five years, the City of Dallas has spent nearly $7.4 million to settle dozens of lawsuits against Dallas police officers and another $2.4 million to pay for outside attorneys to fight the cases. Read More Here

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Dallas County Sergeant and Deputy confess to looting Home Depot store

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According to reports, Dallas County Deputy Joseph Bobadilla and his supervisor Sergeant Rebecca Evans are said to have confessed to looting a tornado ravaged Home Depot Store. The two are on administrative leave pending further investigation. Agents from Home Depot made a special trip to Dallas to report the crime to the Sheriff’s Department and allegedly have Bobadilla on video committing the act in uniform.

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