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Top Dallas news: Gang member arrested in capital murder case; man robbed, shot near medical district

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Dallas.

County commissioners temporarily scale back some of Judge Jenkins’ emergency powers

Despite some of his initial concerns, Judge Clay Jenkins said he voted with the four commissioners to limit some of his authority, because it still allowed to him to keep people safe.

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Salvadoran gang member arrested in Dallas capital murder case

The suspect, Jonathan Alexander Gonzalez-Rosales, 25, is in the U.S. illegally and is an active member of the 18th Street Gang, a transnational criminal organization, ICE said in a news release.

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Man robbed, shot while walking near Dallas Medical District

A man is recovering after he told police he was shot and then robbed while walking near the Dallas Medical District early Tuesday morning.

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Here are the DFW restaurants offering grocery and pantry kits

During Dallas’s unprecedented shelter-in-place times, some restaurants are getting creative by flipping into mini marts as an added revenue stream during the coronavirus pandemic. Along with takeout and delivery menus during the dine-in ban, newly added market essentials and grocery kits are designed to help customers make their own meals at home.

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