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Dallas, TX
Joined August 2008
Two top Tarrant Appraisal District employees complained about a realtor who helped people protest their appraisals, saying he was making a "mockery" of the system. Now the employees are the ones facing discipline. wfaa.com/article/news/local/…
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The higher hurdle for removing children from homes is playing out in case numbers, the Dallas CASA CEO said. In May 2018, she said, nearly 200 children were removed from their homes in Dallas County. Last month, less than 30. wfaa.com/article/news/crime/…
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Australia’s new defense minister on Wednesday talked down the prospect of Australia acquiring U.S. nuclear-powered submarines by the end of the decade, describing such a timetable as “optimistic in the extreme.” wfaa.com/article/news/nation…
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After more than 50 people were found dead inside a trailer left in southwest San Antonio on Monday, politicians were pointing the finger over border policies that some activists and lawmakers say leaves migrants at risk, and puts them in further danger. wfaa.com/article/news/specia…
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Three months after the 2022 death crosses, markets had fallen further. Will this be one of those unusual times when stocks slide further? Or will the historical stats prevail, sending stocks much higher in the months ahead or by early next year? wfaa.com/article/money/busin…
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Data shows Monday's incident in San Antonio is the most recent in a decades-old problem that shows the desperation of migrants hoping to reach the United States. wfaa.com/article/news/local/…
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