Top Dallas news: Father of four fatally shot; Cornyn, Cruz call on Trump to send disaster aid; more

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Father of four fatally shot Wednesday morning in Dallas, police say

The homicide marks Dallas' eighth so far in 2020.

Read the full story on WFAA.

Abbott’s refugee ban concerns Dallas organizations

Gov. Greg Abbott's decision last week to reject all new refugees to the state of Texas has left Dallas area refugee and immigrant organizations confused and frustrated, but committed to reversing the decision.

Read the full story on Dallas Observer.

9 flu-related deaths confirmed in Dallas County, health officials say

Flu season typically peaks around January or February and could last as late as May, health officials say.

Read the full story on WFAA.

Dallas police seek driver in fatal hit-and-run on Lamar Street

The collision happened at 6:25 p.m. on Jan. 11, 2020, when a white four-door sedan was traveling south at 5300 S. Lamar Street.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

Senators Cornyn, Cruz call on President Trump to send disaster aid to Dallas area after October tornadoes

It has been nearly three months since the Oct. 20, 2019 tornado outbreak in North Texas and there is no sign yet of the federal government stepping in to help.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

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