A man was shot and killed during a fight outside a Fort Worth store Saturday, and police say the gunman is still on the loose. It happened before 10:30 p.m. along East Berry Street and Village Creek Road. Police said two men got into a fight over a woman. One man pulled a weapon and shot the other man. The shooter fled. The man who was shot died at the hospital.
Former officer facing second trial for shooting unarmed Mesquite man
A second trial began Monday for the former Mesquite police officer accused of shooting an unarmed man.
Officer Derick Wiley was fired from the Mesquite Police Department after being charged with aggravated assault for shooting of Lyndo Jones twice in the back in 2017. A Dallas County jury was unable to reach a verdict in a 2018 trial, with eight members of the jury voting not guilty and four voting guilty. The judge declared a mistrial in the case.
Wiley’s second trial started with prosecutors calling it a “simple case” during opening statements.Read the full article
Residents impacted by crane collapse could soon have their items back
Some good news is coming for the former residents of the Elan City Lights Apartments.
On Monday, movers will go into the Dallas apartment complex damaged by a crane collapse to pack up and bring out belongings from units that have sat vacant for the past five weeks because it was too dangerous for anyone to get inside.
Residents have been without most of their things since the crane collapsed onto the apartment building on June 9.Read the full article
Final blast of torrential rains unleashed by weakened Barry
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Tropical Depression Barry spared New Orleans from catastrophic flooding, but it still swamped parts of Louisiana with up to 17 inches (43 centimeters) of rain and transformed part of the Mississippi Delta into "an ocean."
Although Barry was downgraded from a tropical storm Sunday afternoon, its torrential rains continued to pose a threat Monday. Much of Louisiana and Mississippi were under flash-flood watches, as were parts of Arkansas, eastern Texas, western Tennessee and southeastern Missouri.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards urged residents to be cautious as they ventured outside after a weekend in which many had sheltered indoors.Read the full article
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