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Downtown Dallas stabbing victims say they were targeted for being gay

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  • Duncanville High School investigating social media threat

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  • Downtown Dallas stabbing victims say they were targeted for being gay

  • Prayers at church in Fort Worth for Mexico earthquake victims

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    Hurricane Maria hits Puerto Rico

  • The now-removed statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee should be placed in a museum, said the Dallas task force working on the issue.

    Task force: Lee statue should go to museum

  • Two of the women attacked Sunday in downtown Dallas say they believe they may have been targeted for being gay.

    Dallas stabbing victims: we were targeted for being gay

  • A magnitude 7.1 earthquake stunned central Mexico on Tuesday, killing at least 139 people as buildings collapsed in plumes of dust. Thousands fled into the streets in panic, and many stayed to help rescue those trapped.

    7.1 magnitude quake kills 139 as buildings crumble in Mexico

  • Prayers were offered at a Catholic church in a heavily Hispanic part of Fort Worth on Tuesday night for the victims of a massive earthquake in Mexico.

    Fort Worth church prays for Mexico quake victims

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