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Fort Worth train conductor nearly stabbed to death wins $3 million lawsuit

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-05-03 21:39:05

SUMMARY: John Farley, a train conductor in North Texas, won a $3 million lawsuit after being stabbed in a random attack while working on a public train. The incident occurred in June 2021 when a homeless passenger attacked him at a station in Fort Worth. Farley, who survived the attack with significant injuries, shared his story to raise awareness about the dangers of public transportation. The assailant received a 20-year prison sentence. The security company, Allied Universal, was held responsible for failing to provide adequate security. Despite the traumatic experience, Farley is grateful to be alive and hopes his story will encourage caution when using public transportation.

A North Texas man recently won a multimillion-dollar lawsuit three years after he was attacked on a public train. He was the train’s conductor stabbed in a random attack. For the first time since the attack, he is speaking to FOX 4 News.

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Houston storms leave 5 dead, buildings shattered

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-05-17 21:40:44

SUMMARY: Severe thunderstorms in the Greater Houston area have left at least five people dead. One tornado touched down in the Northwestern part of the city. Downtown Houston is warned to be avoided as streets are littered with glass and power remains a concern with over half a million customers without power, potentially for weeks. Sunlight on Friday revealed the extent of the damage, with winds reaching 100 mph downtown, causing damage to buildings and trees. Among the casualties was a mother of four killed by a falling tree. Texas DPS has arrived to assist with recovery efforts. Schools in the area also experienced significant damage and power outages.

At least five people are dead after destructive severe thunderstorms hit the greater Houston area.

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Daniel Perry’s attorney, victim’s mother speak out after full pardon | FOX 7 Austin

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www.youtube.com – FOX 7 Austin – 2024-05-17 18:48:19

SUMMARY: Governor Abbott issued a full pardon to Daniel Perry, who was released from prison after being unanimously voted for by the Board of Pardons and Paroles. Perry had been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the murder of Garrett Foster, an Air Force veteran who was legally carrying an AK-47 at a Black Lives Matter protest. Perry, a ride-share driver, shot Foster and drove off. The pardon came after new evidence, not presented at trial, showed that Perry may have felt threatened. While Abbott cited stand your ground laws, Foster’s mother and the district attorney disagreed with the reasoning, calling the decision political. Perry’s attorney plans to discuss his next steps and possibly rejoining the military.

Gov. Abbott issued a full pardon for Daniel Perry, the former US Army sergeant convicted of murdering Garrett Foster, a Black Lives Matter protester, in 2020. Now both sides are speaking out.

#FOX7Austin brings you the important stuff like breaking news, weather, and local stories out of Central #Texas. But also plenty of fun stuff, like Pet of the Weekend, the best of our archives, and all those ‘only-in-#Austin’ stories.

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Dallas Rep. Jasmine Crockett has no regrets on clash with Marjorie Taylor Greene over ‘fake eyelashe

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-05-17 17:49:54

SUMMARY: A heated verbal exchange between Dallas representative Jasmine Crockett and Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Green during a congressional hearing highlighted the dysfunction in Congress. Crockett defended herself and criticized Green’s personal attacks, leading to further chaos in the meeting. The disagreement reflects the lack of civility and respect among members of Congress, with long-serving members noting a decline in cordiality. Democrats attempted to remove Green from the hearing, but the resolution did not pass. The incident underscores the current state of divisiveness and contentiousness in Congress, indicating a need for change in how members interact and conduct themselves in political debates.

Congresswoman Crockett told FOX 4 she does not regret anything she said and will not tolerate being disrespected.

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