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Topic - Dallas Police Department
Gentlemen, start your engines and let the FOIAs begin. Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus already has filed a Freedom of Information Act request to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services asking for information on the number of Americans who have enrolled in Obamacare. Now comes another request, with an interesting demand.
A long-simmering debate among historians, conspiracy theorists and avid Kennedy clan readers may be put to rest with a new book about the JFK assassination in 1963 that finds the lone gunman argument is likely the correct one.
On the morning of Nov. 22, 1963, the city of Dallas was anticipating a visit from President John F. Kennedy, while science and aviation reporter Hugh Aynesworth was having a slow morning.
Police and FBI agents can't agree on the shouts of a Texas man arrested after storming a security gate at a Dallas airport: Did he shout Jesus or jihad?
Pomp and circumstance, esteemed guests, historical moments — none of that much matters to the many noisy protesters on hand for the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library on Thursday.
A Dallas police lieutenant whose officer husband was killed while on duty three years ago has been put on administrative leave as officials investigate her side job as local rapper Lucille Baller, who in one song threatens to shoot anyone who messes with her.
Texas A&M freshman wide receiver Thomas Johnson has been found safe in Dallas after he disappeared from campus three days ago.
The Dallas Police Department has transferred a sergeant who brought a Chick-fil-A sandwich to work last week, an act that reportedly led to an argument with two lesbian officers, a Dallas TV station reported Wednesday.
The Dallas Police Department has transferred a sergeant who brought a Chick-fil-A sandwich to work last week to a different department and onto a midnight shift, a Dallas police station reported Wednesday.
A witness says a naked man chewing on the face of another naked man on a downtown highway ramp kept eating and growled at a police officer who tried to make him stop.
Harvard University alumni attending their 50th-anniversary class reunion this week are getting updates on classmates - including Unabomber Ted Kaczynski.
A 15-year-old Texas girl who was deported in May to South America after claiming to be an illegal immigrant was headed back to the United States on Friday, Colombian and U.S. officials said.
The face of the Dallas Mavericks laughed, sang and even seemed to tear up.
A jury has found a fired Dallas police officer not guilty of aggravated assault after he was accused of pointing a gun at a man during a night of drinking at the home of country singer Steve Holy.
The 20-year-old son of former NBA player Nick Van Exel has been charged with capital murder in the death of a close friend, Dallas police announced Thursday.