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Shaun Rabb


Dallas, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Shaun:

Trackdown: Help find Crystal Rodriguez's killer

In this week’s Trackdown, Dallas homicide detectives want your help to solve the drive-by shooting in South Dallas that killed a sleeping 18-year-old college student on Jan. 11. FOX 4's Shaun Rabb has the surveillance video of the shooters and their car. Detectives want people who know what happened to talk to them. → Read More

Colleyville synagogue hostage crisis was a hate crime and act of terrorism, FBI says

The FBI was more emphatic on Friday that last weekend’s act of terrorism at a Colleyville synagogue was also a hate crime. They said no other people have been arrested locally, though they think they know everyone he’d been around. However, they still don’t know how Akram got the gun he used to take the synagogue members hostage. → Read More

Oath Keepers founder from Granbury to remain jailed on sedition charge in Capitol riot

Oath Keepers founder Elmer Rhodes will be held in custody until a detention hearing next Thursday in Plano. He was arrested on charges he plotted with others to attack the U.S. Capitol to stop Congress from certifying President Joe Biden's 2020 election victory. → Read More

Baylor Scott & White treating COVID-19 patients virtually to avoid overcrowding ERs

There is an influx of ER patients like never before. Many people are coming for tests. Some have no symptoms at all. Others have minor symptoms. Baylor Scott & White is keeping up with patients who don't need to be in a hospital and treating people through technology. → Read More

Hundreds gather for funeral of fallen Mesquite police officer

Hundreds of people gathered to honor the life and service of fallen Mesquite police officer Richard Houston. → Read More

Trackdown: Help find Mario Mena Lopez’s killer

Homicide detectives are trying to find the killers who apparently targeted someone at random last month during a crime of opportunity in Far East Dallas. The killer’s car may be easy for someone to identify. Caught on video is a distinct bright orange Dodge Charger. It’s the only clue to the killers who police say were prowling apartments looking for someone to prey on. → Read More

Mesquite officer dies after being shot outside grocery store

An officer was fatally shot twice after responding to a disturbance call Friday afternoon in Mesquite. → Read More

Refugees, including those from Afghanistan, celebrate Thanksgiving in North Texas

Afghan refugees got a taste of the American way of life as they celebrated Thanksgiving in North Texas. → Read More

Dallas homicide detective recognized for saving attorney's life in court

Homicide detectives usually are there after a life has been lost. But what happened in the courtroom two months ago was just the opposite. A Dallas homicide detective was celebrated for helping save the life of a defense attorney who had a massive heart attack just as a murder trial was getting underway. → Read More

Dallas College holds resource fair on Veterans Day

Thursday’s Veterans Resource Fair was hosted by Dallas College in Duncanville. → Read More

Hiring Red, White & You! job fair held in Dallas to help veterans get hired

An event in Dallas focused on veterans looking to fill one of the many job openings out there. → Read More

Southlake voters to fill vacant seat on Carroll ISD school board

The school board election is influenced by controversy over race relations and a stalled diversity plan. Opponents of the plan are backed by a well-funded political action committee. The PAC is supporting one of the two candidates in the school board election. → Read More

Man sentenced to life in prison for killing innocent Dallas 13-year-old

Jurors gave a man a life sentence for killing an innocent 13-year-old boy outside a Dallas gas station. → Read More

Little Elm family forced to sell dream home to fix retaining wall nightmare

For one Little Elm family, their backyard retaining wall and fence have fallen into the backyard behind them. But by Little Elm city ordinance, repairing the breach is their responsibility. “The only way I can raise that kind of money is to sell the house." → Read More

Workshop held to help Dallas County renters, landlords with rental assistance

A workshop for renters and landlords covered the mounds of money available for people behind on their rent after losing wages because of the pandemic. The two groups stood side by side in a place where they are typically squared off with a landlord evicting a tenant: in a justice of the peace courtroom. → Read More

Trackdown: Help find Ng’Arg Shaw's killers

A father of five was gunned down after a night at a Far North Dallas bar with friends. → Read More

North Texas pediatricians, Dallas mom hopeful in Pfizer vaccine trials for kids 5 to 11

Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for kids ages 5 through 11. The company plans on asking for emergency use authorization from the FDA by the end of the month. Local pediatricians and one Dallas mom who had her kids in vaccine trials are ecstatic. → Read More

DeSoto now COVID-19 testing every city employee

The city of DeSoto is testing 350 employees weekly, first responders daily and others twice a week. → Read More

Student-run grocery store inside Sanger ISD high school serves community

A high school in Sanger has opened a grocery store in its building to better serve families in its community. Payment is with points rather than cash or credit. Its design's purpose is to have families think of it as a grocery store rather than a food pantry. → Read More

Trackdown: Help find the person of interest in Simmion Dillard’s murder

This week, Dallas police have asked FOX 4’s Shaun Rabb and you, the viewers, to help solve the murder of 41-year-old Simmion Dillard, who was killed last week in the 1900 block of Singleton Boulevard in West Dallas. Detectives have gotten bits and pieces of information but not what they need, although they are certain someone has it and just isn't giving it up. → Read More