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David Sentendrey


Dallas, TX, United States

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Recent articles by David:

McKinney police tight-lipped about shooting that killed man who allegedly threatened mom with axe

It has been 3 days since a McKinney police officer shot and killed a man whose mother reported that he threatened her with an axe. The department still has not released any information about the victim or specifics surrounding the shooting on Friday afternoon. → Read More

Cowboys fans in RVs ahead of Thanksgiving game dealing with rainy, cold weather

Some diehard Cowboys fans who were camping out at AT&T Stadium Wednesday would prefer a warmer, drier forecast. → Read More

Six killed in air show crash at Dallas Executive Airport

Officials confirm that six people were killed in the mid-air collision between two historic planes on Saturday. → Read More

NWS confirms at least 2 tornadoes from Friday's storms in North Texas

National Weather Service survey crews have confirmed at least two tornadoes in North Texas from Friday's storms. → Read More

2 hospital employees killed in shooting at Methodist Hospital in Dallas, suspect in custody

2 nurses were killed in a shooting at Methodist Dallas Medical Center on Saturday morning. → Read More

Alleged serial killer Billy Chemirmir to go on trial Monday for another murder charge

Accused serial killer Billy Chemirmir is back on trial Monday for one of the 22 murders he's charged with. → Read More

Man accused of killing Garland girl, 13, in drunk driving crash had previous DWI

Jeremy Spencer is charged with intoxication manslaughter after police say he killed 13-year-old Brooklyn Moran. Her badly injured mother still hasn't learned her daughter died. Family members say it’s even more painful to realize that just last year the suspect was convicted of DWI. → Read More

Shooting at Big T Plaza in Dallas leaves 1 dead, 2 injured, police say

Dallas police are investigating a shooting at Big T Plaza that left one person dead and two others injured. → Read More

Police investigating report of Dallas ISD student being sexually assaulted while walking to school

Dallas police called it an “isolated incident” and said nobody else was in danger. However, the department wouldn’t say why it believes this was isolated, it wouldn’t say if there was a suspect and it wouldn’t say where the attack happened. It only called the investigation “very sensitive.” → Read More

Uvalde community members unimpressed with security changes following school shooting

Parents received an update about the district's security and support plan on Monday. The changes include more counselors on campuses, fencing surrounding schools, DPS troopers on campuses and extra security cameras. Families who attended the meeting weren't impressed. → Read More

Bouncer killed at DeSoto lounge described as 'gentle giant'

FOX 4 is learning more about the bouncer who was shot and killed while working at a DeSoto lounge Friday night. → Read More

Denton families starting over after fire destroys apartment building

A dozen people have been displaced after a massive fire destroyed a Denton apartment building. → Read More

Andre Emmett remembered with jersey retirement by BIG3

A professional basketball organization honored Andre Emmett, who was killed in September 2019 near his Dallas home. → Read More

Denton voters to decide on decriminalizing marijuana

The city of Denton will let voters decide whether they want to decriminalize marijuana in the city. If the measure passes in November, police officers won't ticket people for having small amounts of marijuana in certain cases. Also, police won't be able to search someone just because they smell marijuana. → Read More

Families of Uvalde mass shooting victims react to leaked video

A day after surveillance video from the Uvalde mass shooting was leaked to the media, families are grappling with what they finally saw for themselves. They reacted in shock to footage that shows increasingly armed officers waiting for commands outside a classroom where children and teachers were dying. → Read More

Officials angered that Uvalde shooting surveillance video was obtained ahead of planned release

Both statewide and Uvalde elected leaders have said they want full transparency about what happened in the near hour and a half it took for law enforcement to kill a school shooter. They called for the release of surveillance video on their terms, but an Austin-based news outlet had it and released it anyway. → Read More

Calls grow for officials to release surveillance video from Uvalde mass school shooting

Some lawmakers and journalists have seen the full 77 minutes from the moment the shooter entered the school to the moment law enforcement finally breached the classroom and killed him. It reportedly depicts a damning account of police inaction in the face of tragedy. → Read More

Some Texas leaders want border surge declared an "invasion"

Gov. Greg Abbott has made the record number of border-crossers from Mexico and criticism of the federal government's response the cornerstone of his administration. But now, some local leaders in Texas border counties want the migrant surge declared an "invasion.” They think that would trigger a constitutional mandate for the White House to send more resources. → Read More

Fort Worth’s Fourth celebration among several 4th of July events Sunday, Monday

Many North Texas cities are preparing for their Fourth of July celebrations Saturday night and Monday. → Read More

Texas clinics halt abortions after state high court ruling

Most abortions in Texas are halted once again after a Texas Supreme Court ruling blocked a judge's order. → Read More