Top Dallas news: 4 tornadoes confirmed; restaurant serves the homeless on Mondays; more

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Dallas.

4 tornadoes confirmed in Friday's storms across Dallas-Fort Worth area, NWS says

The four tornadoes occurred Friday night in an hour's timespan, a damage survey shows.

Read the full story on WFAA.

Metal wands and soon, clear bags, required at Dallas ISD athletic events

After Saturday night's shooting, DISD added to its security plan, requiring everyone to go through metal detectors or be scanned by a wand at every venue.

Read the full story on WFAA.

Dallas Police Union concerns about push for more street officers

Dallas Police Union leaders have two concerns about the push to get more officers on the street. 

Read the full story on NBC DFW.

Dallas Stars reflect on Jim Montgomery’s firing, entrance into alcohol treatment

Jason Dickinson had yet to earn a consistent role for the Dallas Stars until coach Jim Montgomery took over in 2018. Less than two seasons later, Dickinson felt as stunned as everyone else to discover the team had fired Montgomery.

Read the full story on Denver Post.

Black-owned Dallas restaurant reserves Mondays to serve the homeless

For most restaurants Mondays are a busy day filled with a lot of customers coming in and out, but for Dallas restaurateur Paulette Johnson, this is a day reserved to serve the homeless. 

Read the full story on Texas For Texans.

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