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Nikki Haley suspends presidential campaign

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-03-06 10:21:11

SUMMARY: The content discusses the impact of self-driving cars on the transportation industry, economy, and society. It highlights the potential benefits such as increased safety, reduced traffic congestion, and improved efficiency. The technology could also lead to job displacement for certain industries such as trucking and taxi services. Additionally, it raises concerns about data privacy, cybersecurity, and ethical dilemmas regarding decision-making algorithms. While self-driving cars have the potential to revolutionize transportation and improve many aspects of society, there are challenges that need to be addressed for a smooth and successful integration of this technology.

Nikki Haley is suspending her 2024 presidential campaign after a poor Super Tuesday performance, FOX Digital confirmed – the last major rival to former President Donald Trump in the Republican contest.

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FOX 4 News Crime Files: Week of June 9

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-06-15 14:26:59

SUMMARY: An elderly woman was rescued from a scam involving crypto by a Good Samaritan and police sergeant. The scammer had coerced her into withdrawing $40,000 and depositing it into a Bitcoin ATM. Acting swiftly, Sergeant James Stewart of White Settlement police intervened, stopping the woman from losing over $23,000. Meanwhile, a former gang member in Dallas is calling for more police action following a gang-related shooting that terrorized a 74-year-old woman. Additionally, police in Louisville captured a suspect involved in a fatal shooting following a minor car crash, thanks to surveillance footage. Further incidents include a sex offender kidnapping a child and an uptick in gun modification devices, drawing federal attention.

The top crime stories for the week of June 9, including a woman who stole a van and a corpse in Fort Worth, a woman caught on camera falling for a Bitcoin scam, a 75-year-old's home hit with more than 100 bullets in Dallas, the search for the shooters who ambushed a man in Dallas and an effort to cut down on Glock switches in Texas.

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Prayer & Praise Service for Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee after cancer diagnosis

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-06-15 11:19:05

SUMMARY: Houston congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee is currently being treated for pancreatic cancer. A prayer service was held earlier this week, attended by digital reporter Mariah Ballard, community members, and former KPRC2 anchor Kimbrell Marshall. The event, hosted at the Community of Faith Church, saw leaders and officials from Texas and across the country gather to offer support through prayers and encouragement. Community leaders highlighted Jackson Lee’s significant impact in Houston, with many praising her ability to connect with often overlooked residents. Grammy-nominated artists also participated, and community activist Dr. Candace Matthews extended heartfelt words of hope and support.

Community members hosted a “We Love You Sheila: Prayer & Praise” service for Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee following her recent pancreatic cancer diagnosis. Houston leaders and elected officials came together on Tuesday, June 11, at 6:30 p.m. at the Community of Faith Church to support and uplift the congresswoman and her family during this challenging time.

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Woman sentenced for killing off-duty officer while intoxicated | FOX 7 Austin

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www.youtube.com – FOX 7 Austin – 2024-06-14 22:14:33

SUMMARY: Sunday will be difficult for Jeffrey Richardson's family, marking their second Father's Day without him. A 35-year-old Reserve officer for the Poti Police Department, Jeffrey was a dedicated family man and loved by many. On June 29, 2022, while directing traffic near The Domain, he was struck by 26-year-old Lindsay Smith, who had consumed several alcoholic drinks. Richardson died from his injuries. Smith performed sobriety tests at the scene and later admitted to excessive drinking. She was sentenced to 18 years in prison and fined $10,000 after pleading guilty to intoxicated manslaughter. The case underscores the severe consequences of drunk driving.

A Travis County jury sentenced a woman to 18 years in prison for killing a police officer while driving intoxicated. Lindsay Smith pleaded guilty earlier this week to killing Jeffrey Richardson.

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