Top Dallas news: Swimmer blames tainted vitamins for suspension; police investigate activist

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3 killed in fiery crash on I-30 in East Dallas

Witnesses said a car was going over 100 miles per hour. It clipped an 18-wheeler, causing it to crash and burn. 

Read the full story on FOX 26 Houston.

Ex-U.S. National Team swimmer says Dallas clinic sold her tainted vitamins

A former University of Texas All-American and U.S. National Team swimmer sued a Dallas clinic, claiming a multivitamin she bought from the clinic led to a 2018 doping suspension. FINA, international swimming's governing body, suspended Madisyn Cox for two years in March 2018.

Read the full story on Dallas Observer.

Texas House unanimously passes Dallas rep’s bill to end state rape kit backlog

Tuesday afternoon, all 144 of state Rep. Victoria Neave's colleagues available to vote on the Texas House floor agreed with the two-term Dallas Democrat: It's time, the state's lower chamber unanimously voted, to end Texas' rape kit backlog. 

Read the full story on Dallas Observer.

Dallas civil rights activist faces accusation of domestic violence

Dallas civil rights activist Dominique Alexander has been named in a domestic violence investigation, headed by the Dallas Police Department.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.


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