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Natalie Solis


Dallas, TX, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

Former ATF agent gives insight into Plano home explosion investigation

Investigators have yet to elaborate about what leads them to believe this was intentional. → Read More

North Texas twin sisters file $10M lawsuit accusing Cheer Athletics coach of sex abuse

Two North Texas sisters have filed a $10 million lawsuit alleging sexual abuse at two local cheerleading gyms when they were minors. The twins say they’ve only recently been able to feel comfortable speaking about the alleged abuse. They hope this civil lawsuit makes the sport they love a safer one for all athletes. → Read More

Dallas high school valedictorian becomes third sibling in his family to graduate top of class

Noah Macias followed in the footsteps of his older brother and sister to finish first in his class. He is the third valedictorian from his family in the past five years from Sunset High School. → Read More

Pop-up clinics set up at four Dallas ISD high schools to vaccinate students

Summer vacation is finally here, and at least two North Texas school districts are using the time to vaccinate as many students as possible. Partnering with Parkland Hospital, the aim is to get the vaccine straight to students in the communities where they live. → Read More

Dallas mayor launches COVID-19 vaccine raffle, offering prizes to those who get vaccinated

The city of Dallas is dangling prizes out there targeting those who may still be on the fence. → Read More

Self-driving tech company testing autonomous big rigs across North Texas roads

North Texas drivers could soon be sharing the roads with autonomous big rigs. But many wonder if it’s safe. → Read More

COVID-19 fears soon won’t be an excuse for Texans collecting unemployment

Texans who are collecting unemployment pay could lose it if they turn down a job due to COVID-19 fears. → Read More

North Texas family that lost daughter to drowning hoping to make sure it doesn't happen to another family

A Southlake family will soon mark five years since their 13-year-old daughter drowned during swim practice. → Read More

Texas Senate votes to move forward with permitless carry bill

The Texas Senate voted to move forward with the permitless carry, or constitutional carry, bill. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine strategies change as supply dwindles across North Texas

County leaders across North Texas are starting to come up with new ways to get more people vaccinated. → Read More

Three teenage boys charged with murder in shooting death of 15-year-old girl in Mesquite

Mesquite police have charged three teenage boys with murder in the shooting of a 15-year-old over the weekend. → Read More

Dallas ISD staffers receive email scam involving COVID-19 relief bonuses

The email offered a $1,700 bonus and told DISD staffers to click on a link and enter their information. → Read More

Coach looking to expand ROTC-type program after seeing success at Dallas ISD elementary school

ROTC programs are high school staples, but what about similar military-style programs for our youngest students? → Read More

Wylie officer assisting injured woman fatally shoots man outside CVS

Wylie police are investigating a fatal officer-involved shooting early Wednesday morning. → Read More

Irving police working to find out what led up to woman's death on Loop 12

Irving police need the public’s help to piece together what lead to a missing woman’s death. → Read More

Frozen pipes burst in Victory Park Dallas apartments, flooding some units

Bursting pipes have already made a mess of some Victory Park Dallas apartments. → Read More

As more COVID-19 vaccination sites open in North Texas, they are working to fix any problems that pop up

As more vaccination sites open, organizers are troubleshooting and streamlining the process. → Read More

Vaccination hub at Texas Motor Speedway off to fast start

One of the largest COVID-19 vaccination hubs in the country is up and running at Texas Motor Speedway. → Read More

Dallas County COVID-19 vaccine mega site to focus on ages 75-plus this week

After administering 12,000 shots last week, Dallas County has about 6,000 doses remaining for this week. → Read More

Feds look to speed up pace of COVID-19 vaccinations nationwide

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said the government will change priorities for which states get more vaccine. The message is roll it out, and how much vaccine a state gets will now depend on how fast it’s getting used instead of population. → Read More