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Irving neighbors help one another after fallen trees block roads, land on homes – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

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www.nbcdfw.com – Wayne Carter – 2024-05-28 10:49:39

SUMMARY: A severe storm caused trees to fall, crashing onto houses. Andrea Duran recounted hearing a tree fall on their roof, prompting her dad to patch it with a tarp during the storm. The aftermath saw residents dealing with fallen branches and damaged property. One house narrowly escaped heavier damage from a large, precarious limb. Neighbors, like Ron Knott, took initiative by using chainsaws to clear roads and help each other clean up. Knott emphasized community spirit, saying, “It's my neighborhood, try to do what you do to take care of your neighbors.” The recovery efforts epitomize solidarity in adversity.

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Justin Timberlake breaks silence at Chicago concert following DWI arrest: ‘It’s been a tough week’

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abc13.com – CNNWire – 2024-06-22 12:07:35

SUMMARY: Justin Timberlake returned to the stage in Chicago on Friday for his first concert since his DWI arrest in Sag Harbor, New York. Timberlake addressed the crowd, saying, “It’s been a tough week, but you’re here and I’m here.” He faced charges after being observed driving intoxicated early Tuesday. Police reported Timberlake had poor performance on field sobriety tests and refused a chemical test three times. Released without bail, he is due in court on July 26. Timberlake will perform in Chicago again Saturday before continuing his “Forget Tomorrow” world tour, which includes stops in New York and Boston.

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Bond set at $1 million for two capital murder suspects accused of strangling 12-year-old Jocelyn Nungaray, records say

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abc13.com – KTRK – 2024-06-22 11:16:18

SUMMARY: Two men, Johan Jose Martinez Rangel, 22, and Franklin Jose Pena Ramos, 26, accused of murdering 12-year-old Jocelyn Nunagray in Houston, waived their court appearance on Friday. Their bonds were set at $1 million each, but immigration holds prevent their release even if bail is posted. Both men from Venezuela were previously detained by ICE but released with orders to appear. Court documents state they lured Jocelyn under a bridge, tied her up, removed her pants, and strangled her. Her body was discovered in a creek. The family expressed relief over the arrests.

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Study: Austin seeing lower birth rate than US average

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www.kxan.com – Julianna Russ – 2024-06-22 10:59:23

SUMMARY: A recent study by SmartAsset analyzed Census data to find that Austin has one of the lowest birth rates among major U.S. cities, at 3.8% in 2022, and the smallest family size in Texas at 2.88 people per family. The study considered women aged 15 to 50, with 10,736 births out of 285,094 women in that category for 2022. Austin's birth rate dropped from 4.5% in 2021, correlating to a decrease in average family size from 2.94. Conversely, Texas cities like Dallas, El Paso, San Antonio, and Houston have higher birth rates and larger average family sizes.

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