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David Sentendrey


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Recent articles by David:

Colleyville synagogue meets for Shabbat service week after hostage standoff

At Beth Israel's service Saturday, Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker and the three other people who were taken hostage last weekend stood in front of the congregation, linking arms as they sang the ritual blessings before and after the weekly reading of the Torah. → Read More

Sleeping teen killed in South Dallas drive-by shooting

Dallas police say a young woman sleeping in her bed was likely an innocent victim of a drive-by shooting in South Dallas. A bullet went through her kitchen window and traveled to her room in the back of her family's home. Police say there's no reason to believe the family was a target. → Read More

Marisela Botello case: Couple charged with murder flee while out on bond

Two of the three suspects arrested for the murder of a Seattle woman whose body was found months after she disappeared from Deep Ellum are now missing. Court documents reveal the women "have shown a pattern of avoidance." They fled the state while under investigation, and now two have fled while on bond. → Read More

North Texas holiday travelers prepared to deal new COVID restrictions across the country

The holidays are nearly here, and that means families will be traveling in and out of North Texas this seek. → Read More

Man captured after shooting at Garland officers, police say

Garland police located and arrested Aaron Quiroz, who is accused of firing shots at Garland officers Tuesday night. → Read More

Supply chain crisis limiting selection at North Texas liquor stores

North Texas liquor store owners say it might appear they have plenty to choose from, but make no mistake that supply chain issues have them struggling to maintain more than ever before. The issues are leading their suppliers to raise prices, so stores raise prices on customers. → Read More

Mother of teen killed at Haltom City park still coping with loss of her son

Daijhaun Jones was shot and killed in broad daylight at a basketball court at Haltom City’s North Park last week. → Read More

Alleged serial killer Billy Chemirmir to go on trial Monday in Dallas County

Billy Chemirmir, who’s indicted on 18 counts of capital murder, will go on trial Monday. → Read More

Despite parent protests, Frisco ISD approves new rezoning plan

The Frisco ISD board of trustees voted Monday night to move forward with a rezoning plan that’ll move more than 2,000 students to different schools. It was a frustrating decision for more than 100 parents at the meeting. Some parents were even brought to tears. → Read More

Dallas apartment complex ordered to make fixes months after damaging fire

A 60-year old woman’s apartment kitchen caught fire while she was sleeping on Aug. 3. Nearly three months later, next to nothing has been fixed by the complex. The complex is owned by the same group that owns Highland Hills Apartments across the street, where an apartment building exploded last month following a shooting that police say caused a gas leak. → Read More

Code enforcement deems some Dallas apartments unsafe after gas explosion

The city told tenants they could move back in. But when some did, they were met with disturbing living conditions. After code enforcement took a look, some apartments were found to be not safe and haven’t been safe. It might be weeks or months before they can return. → Read More

Parade held to remember Atatiana Jefferson nearly 2 years after her death

The focus of Saturday morning’s parade was to remember Atatiana Jefferson. → Read More

Allen PD: Only officers fired at armed woman in Wendy's parking lot who died

Allen police originally said they opened fire on an armed woman after she was involved in a gun battle with a man. She died and they said they did not know if gunfire from officers or the man killed her. Police now say there was no gunfight and that the man who was injured never fired his gun. → Read More

Dallas City Council debating final version of next year's $4.5 billion budget

The Dallas City Council is debating the final version of a record setting budget for the next year. → Read More

Military training jet crashes in Lake Worth

Multiple crews are in Lake Worth to investigate a military training jet crash Sunday morning. → Read More

Fugitive wanted for murder arrested at drunk driving crash scene in Arlington

A 62-year-old man on his way to work was killed in Arlington Tuesday morning by a suspected drunk driver. The driver is expected to be charged with intoxication manslaughter. During the arrest, police came upon another surprise. The driver's passenger was a fugitive out of East Texas charged with murder. → Read More

Texas schools dealing with 'major operational issues' due to COVID-19 outbreaks, TEA says

The head of the Texas Education Agency said that schools are dealing with major operational issues. Mike Morath told members of the state's department of education that community spread is so rampant that it’s pretty much a guarantee that someone with an active infection is walking into a school campus. → Read More

Some evacuating Louisiana due to Hurricane Ida coming to North Texas

Some people evacuating Louisiana to get away from the path of Hurricane Ida are coming to North Texas. → Read More

COVID-19 forces high school game cancelations across North Texas

Nearly two dozen high school football games statewide have already been canceled because of COVID-19. Many of those games are the opening games for schools in North Texas. Dallas ISD had to cancel quite a few. This year is different from last year. All of the COVID precautions in place last season aren't required. → Read More

Help Save Afghanistan rally held in Dallas

A group of people marched through Downtown Dallas Saturday as part of a Help Save Afghanistan rally. → Read More