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Woman sentenced to 35 years in prison for Haltom City road rage shooting that killed mother of 3

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SUMMARY: A woman accused of murder in a road rage shooting in Haltom City a few years ago has been sentenced to prison. The victim's brother expressed his relief that justice was served after nearly five years of waiting for the trial. The incident occurred when an argument about slow driving led to the accused firing a handgun, fatally shooting the victim in the head. The brother hopes that his sister's killer will come out as a better person after serving her 35-year sentence and wants her death to raise awareness about the senseless act of road rage.

It's been nearly five years since 33-year-old Claudia Sanchez, a single mother of three, was murdered in an act of road rage. Her killer is now sentenced to 35 years in prison.

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FOX 4 News Crime Files: Week of June 16

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-06-22 15:00:21

SUMMARY: In a series of tragic incidents, suspected drunk drivers and other individuals committed severe crimes in Texas. Near DFW Airport, Benjamin Highlander was arrested for a hit-and-run that seriously injured two cyclists; he had several empty beer cans in his SUV. Separately, Juan Munos, with prior DWI convictions, killed a pedestrian in Dallas while intoxicated. A Frisco Walmart incident saw two people indicted for a fatal shooting during a robbery. In Austin, Lindsay Vicnaire was killed at a Juneteenth celebration. Additionally, former fire chief Jason Collier was arrested in a prostitution sting, and a trailer theft from a dance studio was resolved.

Dallas-Fort Worth's top crime stories for the week of June 16, including a suspected drunk driver who hit two cyclists near DFW Airport, another suspected drunk driver accused of hitting a pedestrian and driving with their arm inside his car, a shooting at a Frisco Walmart, a North Texas fire chief arrested in a prostitution sting, an Arlington police shooting caught on camera and a shooting that killed a man in South Dallas.

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‘Forever 12’: Family holds candlelight vigil honoring Jocelyn Nungaray Friday evening

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-06-21 22:20:19

SUMMARY: A vigil was held in North Houston for 12-year-old Joselyn Narai, whose murder has deeply affected her community. Family, friends, teachers, and strangers gathered to honor her memory. Two suspects, 26-year-old Franklin Pena and 22-year-old Johan Martinez Rangel, have been charged with her murder. They allegedly lured Joselyn, tied her up, strangled her, and disposed of her body to eliminate DNA evidence. Both suspects are Venezuelan nationals released by border patrol earlier this year. Prosecutors revealed the suspects did not know Joselyn before the incident. The community is demanding justice and stricter immigration controls.

The family of Jocelyn Nungaray held a candlelight vigil to honor the 12-year-old girl whose life was senselessly taken.
The vigil took place from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday night near the area where the girl’s body was found Monday morning.

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Texas Medical Board approves exceptions for doctors to perform abortions | FOX 7 Austin

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www.youtube.com – FOX 7 Austin – 2024-06-21 22:17:26

SUMMARY: The Texas Medical Board approved new rules regarding exceptions to the state's abortion ban, including defining ectopic pregnancy and clarifying that doctors can act before life-threatening conditions occur. The changes aim to address concerns about the clarity of the law, as the Texas Supreme Court stated exceptions are broad enough to allow abortions when a mother's is in danger. This followed a lawsuit from women with severe pregnancy complications seeking clarity. The rules don't list specific conditions for exceptions, emphasizing medical judgment. Doctors must provide documentation within seven days explaining the need for an abortion, and previous requirements to transfer patients have been removed.

The Texas Medical Board unanimously approved guidelines for how doctors should interpret exceptions to the state's abortion ban.

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