The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

Hear the Dallas Morning News’ award-winning coverage in audio form. Our short news summaries are available Monday-Friday.

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May 18, 2022 3 min
Suspect in Korean salon attack was having delusions about Asian people; Chokehold incident at Coppell middle school under investigation; Residents call for tweaks to new Dallas events ordinance; Dallas mayor to lead panel that looks to add more pro teams to Dallas
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, Evan Grant and David Moore discuss [1:35] Sunday's Game 7 doubleheader featuring the Mavs and Stars. Evan moderates a discussion between Kevin and David about what the Mavs need to do to beat the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. David says the sign of a great team or player is when it happens before you're ready, the case with both the Mavs and Luka Doncic.
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ERCOT predicts record demand for electricity this summer; Dallas ISD debates sex education that includes expanded lessons on birth control; 3rd round of free at-home COVID-19 tests available through federal government;
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Abbott still leads O’Rourke in Governor’s race; Most Texans do not want Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade; Dallas, Collin homeless population dips, chronic homelessness is on the rise; Early voting for Texas’ primary runoff election starts Monday
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Treatments for trans youth at Dallas hospital can restart; North Texas doctors reel with disbelief as U.S. nears 1 million COVID-related deaths; 2 arrested in connection to deadly shooting at southeast Oak Cliff outdoor concert; Shooting that hurt 3 at northwest Dallas hair salon not a hate crime
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What drink are you embarrassed to order? For us it might be the Dirty Shirley, which has been deemed the drink of summer 2022. In this special except of our food podcast, editor Erin Booke and reporters Sarah Blaskovich and Claire Ballor discuss the drink (is it an abomination? a guaranteed painful hangover? all of the above?), plus how they're "drinking from the firehouse" of new restaurant openings right now. Listen...
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Dallas plans $2 million for Shingle Mountain soil cleanup; Legislation that would protect abortion rights nationwide fails in U.S. Senate; Jury sides with American Airlines on sexual assault claim by flight attendant; 2 shot outside Red Bird recreation center; Arlington ISD fires substitute teacher for using racial slur in elementary classroom
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Abbott supports voucher program for Texas students to attend private, charter schools; Dallas commission approves new district boundaries, but splits on whether it’s equitable; Dems demand U.S. Treasury probe on Texas shifting COVID funds to border security; Denton High School briefly placed on lockdown after phone threat
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington and David Moore discuss a wide range of topics, starting [1:04] with the Mavs' surprising rebound from an 0-2 start to square the series. Kevin says the Mavs have exposed the flaw in the Suns' offensive approach, but David argues it'll be a different story in Phoenix. He also predicts the Suns in six. Kevin says the Stars will go further in the playoffs than the Mavs.
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25-year-old man fatally shot during west Oak Cliff robbery; Plano high school students disciplined after using racial slur; 11-year-old wounded in central Oak Cliff shooting; Trump's return to Texas; Harassment, drug use and robberies on rise at DART trains and stations
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Shooter fires into crowd at Fort Worth nightclub; 3 officers indicted on assault charges from 2020 George Floyd protests in Dallas; Jill Biden pays surprise visit to Ukraine; Luka Doncic gives Chris Paul a taste of his own medicine; North Texas to be hot and dry this week during first glimpse of summer weather
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones taken to hospital after minor car crash; Plano police investigating after shootout involving off-duty officer; Coyote shot dead after Dallas toddler attacked
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In this special excerpt, Dallas Morning News food editor Erin Booke talks about the new Dallas food truck rules with city government reporter Everton Bailey, Jr. Listen to the full episode and follow the show by searching for “Eat Drink D-FW” in your favorite podcast player. You’ll find links at dallasnews.com/listen. Eat Drink D-FW is presented by The Dallas Morning News and made possible by Central Market. The News makes all edit...
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Texas pastor sues Ye; Dallas to recognize Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Day on Thursday; Dallas police searching for 4 men after fatal shooting in Stemmons Corridor; Update on Dallas toddler attacked by coyote; Match Group defied calls to abandon Russia amid invasion. Now it’s paying
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22-year-old man died days after being shot in South Dallas; Amazon will cover travel for employees seeking abortions; UT Dallas ends some COVID protocols; Former Fort Worth officer Aaron Dean asks to delay trial;
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SportsDay Insiders Kevin Sherrington, Evan Grant and David Moore [ 1:13 ] discuss the Mavs' loss to the Suns in Game 1 of the conference semifinals. David says he's not surprised and predicts a much better game Wednesday. Kevin says even when they lost Game 1 to the Jazz, at least a template was in place. There was no template Monday. [14:23] David and Kevin reveal their draft grades for the Cowboys, and all three panelist...
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Dallas may require banks to show investments in underserved communities; Rail link worth billions won’t go through Texas; American Airlines, Southwest flight attendants want to be paid for boarding airplanes; Beto O’Rourke says Texas can learn from Oklahoma;
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What’s next after Billy Chemirmir’s capital murder conviction?; Wrong-way collision kills 2 in North Dallas and driver at large; Woman jailed after June 2021 stabbing victim dies; Texas DPS troopers sent to the border are making big bucks in overtime; Chances for storms continue throughout workweek
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Billy Chemirmir guilty of capital murder; Survivor of Nazi horrors who championed Dallas’ Holocaust museum dies at 94; North Texan Trevor Reed back in U.S.; Southwest Airlines cuts 20,000 summer flights, boosts hiring to brace for travelers
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In this special excerpt, Dallas Morning News food editor Erin Booke and food reporters Sarah Blaskovich and Claire Ballor talk about why Dallas loves — and will miss — Herrera’s Cafe. Plus, we talk about our favorite junk foods, and why mac and cheese and Hot Cheetos might be the best combo ever. Listen to the full episode and follow the show by searching for “Eat Drink D-FW” in your favorite podcast player. You’ll find links at da...
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