More Officers Leaving DPD Due In Part To Pension Crisis
Dallas police associations say they worry hundreds more DPD officers will leave this year because of the pension troubles.
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Afternoon Weather Update With Jeff JamisonFriday is the first day of fall, but it will continue to feel like summer until the middle of next week.
Children Approached By Strangers Near SchoolsParents across North Texas are on alert after some suspicious behavior was reported near two elementary schools. Students claimed that strangers either approached them or offered them a ride home.

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