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Lynnanne Nguyen


Dallas, TX, United States

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Past articles by Lynnanne:

Texas power grid: ERCOT expects to meet peak demands this summer

ERCOT and the Public Utility Commission once again declared on Tuesday that the grid is reliable. → Read More

Deep Ellum community safety plan unveiled

The Deep Ellum Foundation, police, and business owners were involved in the plan to increase safety. → Read More

Mayfest making preparations in case bad weather comes Thursday

After two years on hold, Mayfest is back and ready to welcome families to Trinity Park this Mother’s Day weekend. → Read More

Melissa Lucio's execution still set for April 27

Melissa Lucio is less than a week away from her scheduled execution for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter. → Read More

Northeast Dallas apartment fire leaves dozens homeless

An intense fire forced several dozen people out of their northeast Dallas apartments late last night. → Read More

North Texas double amputee veteran gifted specially-designed home

It was a special homecoming for a disabled military veteran and his loved ones. His family was gifted a mortgage-free, fully-accessible smart home equipped with features specially designed with them in mind. “It’s something I always imagined, but now I get to live it." → Read More

Mesquite youth pastor, former teacher's aide accused of sexually assaulting several children

Mesquite police are investigating multiple allegations of child sexual abuse against a youth pastor who also worked for Mesquite ISD and the city’s after-school program. So far, four victims have come forward. Some of the victims are as young as 5 and 6 years old. → Read More

Deep Ellum weekend shooting suspects still sought; police release surveillance video

Video clips recorded the panic in a crowded section of Deep Ellum where a weekend shooting injured two people. Police were able to quickly release the images out to the public on Sunday just hours after the shooting. But so far, no arrests have been announced. → Read More

Dallas leaders working to stop illegal parties in wake of recent mass shootings

Dallas police noted both of the recent mass shootings happened at events that didn’t have city permits. → Read More

Wildfires causing smoky haze across North Texas skies

Smoke from several active wildfires across Texas is putting those with respiratory conditions at risk. MedStar reported a significant jump in the number of patients having trouble breathing. Officials say this problem might last a couple more days and are advising anyone with respiratory issues to stay inside until the haze clears. → Read More

North Texas Catholics join in Pope Francis' peace prayer for Ukraine, Russia

Churchgoers packed the pews at Cathedral Guadalupe during noon mass Friday, praying for peace and an end to war. → Read More

Person of interest sought after woman stabbed in Uptown Dallas apartment complex

Dallas police are looking for the person who attacked a woman in an uptown Dallas apartment building, stabbing her several times. → Read More

Darius Fields given 55-year sentence in connection to Shavon Randle’s murder

The man convicted of masterminding the kidnapping and murder of 13-year-old Shavon Randle testified during his sentencing Wednesday, before being sentenced to 55 years in prison. → Read More

Darius Fields found guilty of organized crime in connection to Shavon Randle’s murder, kidnapping

The man accused of ordering the kidnapping and murder of a 13-year-old girl in retaliation for stolen drugs has been found guilty of engaging in organized crime. → Read More

Shavon Randle’s mom gives emotional testimony about searching for her daughter

Shavon’s mother’s testimony was short but emotional. Several family members had to leave as she broke down in tears on the stand. She was in tears as she recounted the moment she found out her daughter was missing. → Read More

Darius Fields trial: Jurors see inside drug house where Shavon Randle was found murdered

Jurors got a look inside the abandoned drug house where 13-year-old Shavon Randle was found murdered in 2017. → Read More

City of Dallas still struggling to develop regulations for short-term rentals

The city of Dallas still can’t seem to find a solution to a problem that’s been brewing between frustrated residents and short-term rental operators and owners. Currently, there’s still no formal registration or enforcement process in place for short-term rentals, which continue to go on largely unregulated. → Read More

Man accused of selling gun to Colleyville synagogue hostage-taker to stay in jail

Authorities say Malik Akram contacted Henry Williams looking to buy methamphetamine, cocaine and a machine gun with numerous bullets. He explained he was looking to intimidate someone who owed a debt. Federal investigators confirmed the gun, which was stolen, had been fired during the standoff in Colleyville and was recovered at the scene. → Read More

Grand Prairie ISD honors legacy of Christine Blubaugh

The Christine Blubaugh Act that went into effect in December aims to make education on issues, including dating violence, required in public schools. It's named after a high school student who was killed by her ex-boyfriend. Her family and friends gathered at South Grand Prairie High School to honor her memory through that legislation. → Read More

UT Arlington student makes lifesaving stem cell donation to Kentucky man with leukemia

Back in 2018, Andrew Kozman made a simple decision that ended up having a lifelong impact. He did a quick mouth swab and registered to be a potential bone marrow or stem cell donor. Turns out he was a match out of millions for a leukemia patient in Kentucky. Four years later, they finally got to meet in person. → Read More