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Community land trusts turn LA tenants into owners

By Zoie Matthew April 19, 2023 Jose Lopez loves just about everything about the Baldwin Hills apartment building where he’s lived for two decades: the big, grassy courtyard in the…
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Dallas Asian American Historical Society hosts vigil honoring victims of Allen outlet mall shooting

By Erin Jones On May 15, 2023 DALLAS ( – Hundreds attended a vigil Monday night held by the Dallas Asian American Historical Society to honor victims of the Allen mass…
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Dallas woman faces prison time for submitting fraudulent COVID tests

By Julia Falcon On May 2, 2023 DALLAS ( – A woman is facing up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to scamming people out of over $7 million…
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How to Talk to Children About Mass Shootings

By Valeria Olivares On May 10, 2023 Following the Allen mall shooting, parents are challenged with how to address such events with young Texans As gun violence continues to touch…
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Dallas Officer and K-9 Partner Recovering After Shooting in Pleasant Grove Last Week

By Hannah Jones and Frank Heinz On May 1, 2023 The officer and his K-9 partner, as well as two individuals at the Cypress Avenue residence, were shot but are…
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Man Arrested in Driver’s License Scam Targeting Asians in Texas

By Allie Morris On April 24, 2023 A scam targeting Asian Texans that began when the state unknowingly sent thousands of driver’s licenses to an organized crime group is far more sweeping than…
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Dallas receiving nearly $1M as a part of opioid settlement

By Lori Brown On April 24, 2023 DALLAS – Local communities are now starting to receiving portions of the multi-billion dollar settlement agreements made with Texas by opioid manufacturers and distributors. The City…
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Dallas police: Suspect shoots, kills 28-year-old woman before committing apparent suicide

By Briauna Brown On April 13, 2023 DPD has not released a motive in the crime, but said the suspect and the victim, 28-year-old Angelica Hinojosa, knew each other. DALLAS…
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Gregg Hudson, Dallas Zoo CEO and ‘A North Star for So Many,’ Dies at 64

By Zaeem Shaikh On April 10, 2023 Hudson led the zoo since 2006, overseeing a period of growth — but not without tests Gregg Hudson, the Dallas Zoo president who…
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Florida becomes eighth state to restrict transgender care for minors

By Jo Yurcaba On March 16, 2023 A group of Florida parents represented by advocacy groups plans to sue to block a Board of Medicine rule that took effect Thursday.…
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