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Top Dallas news: Renegades prep for XFL season; results of online gambling probe to be revealed

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


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The death, life of Dallas transit discussed during public symposium

Before Dallas can build a new plan for its public transit infrastructure, it must decide what kind of system it wants: one that attracts the largest number of riders possible, or one that serves everyone in the city equally, a transit expert told a crowd of 200 people at a public forum Friday.

Read the full story on Dallas Observer.

Dallas Renegades prepare for start of the XFL season

The Renegades will open their season Sunday at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

Read the full story on WFAA.

City Council committee endorses grant for urban boarding experience in Dallas

The Dallas City Council committee Monday unanimously endorsed a $400,000 grant to help support a new boardinghouse concept for inner city kids. “At Last!” is already under construction on Overton Road across from South Oak Cliff High School.

Read the full story on NBC DFW.

Dallas prosecutors, federal agents to reveal results of online gambling investigation

Local and federal officials on Monday are set to reveal the results of an international online gambling investigation, authorities say. Department of Homeland Security officials say the “proceeds seized after a successful joint criminal investigation” will be revealed in a 10:30 a.m. news conference from the department’s Dallas headquarters.

Read the full story on NBC DFW.

Convicted Dallas carjacker sentenced to 15 years in federal prison

Austin David Reed, 27, pleaded guilty last September to carjacking and brandishing a firearm during the violent crime.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

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