Top Dallas news: Mosquito bite gives attorney dengue; Monday is Indigenous People's Day; more

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Dallas attorney bit by mosquito in Mexico, diagnosed with dengue

Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection, which causes a flu-like illness, according to the World Health Organization.

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Second suspect in Joshua Brown slay captured, but third assailant remains on loose following botched drug deal in Dallas

Two of three suspects accused in the Dallas slaying of Joshua Brown, a key witness in the Amber Guyger trial, are now in custody after 32-year-old Michael Mitchell was apprehended Tuesday night.

Read the full story on New York Daily News.

Dallas City Council fights it out over Columbus, Indigenous People’s Day

Next Monday, the second one in October and the one frequently celebrated as Columbus Day, will be known as Indigenous People's Day in Dallas from that point forward. 

Read the full story on Dallas Observer.

Pandemonium at first meeting of the Dallas Community Police Oversight Board

Chief Renee Hall called in police backup during some tense moments at the first meeting of the Dallas Community Police Oversight Board.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

Uber shows off cars that will map Dallas for self-driving future

Beginning next month, Uber will have two cars mapping downtown Dallas streets — the first step in introducing self-driving technology to the Metroplex.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

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