Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Dallas.
Man struck, killed by vehicle in southern Dallas
The incident is still under investigation, police say.
Read the full story on WFAA.
Doorbell camera captures two sought in northwest Dallas burglary
A doorbell camera captured two suspected teens in a northwest Dallas residential burglary. Police are now seeking the public's assistance to identify the individuals.
Read the full story on www.mytexasdaily.com.
Dallas restaurants can now apply for permits to build ‘parklets’ that encourage social distancing
As businesses statewide contend with social distancing recommendations, a few Dallas restaurants have found a clever workaround — turning their sidewalks and parking spaces into addition table space.
Read the full story on Eater Dallas.
Dallas police bust 3 spas, 2 related homes for prostitution
Dallas police have busted three businesses and two residences related to an investigation into prostitution, the department announced Wednesday.
Read the full story on CBS DFW.
Southwest says new bookings now outpacing cancellations, a pandemic turning point
Southwest Airlines said Tuesday that new bookings are outpacing cancellations, a turning point in the pandemic that has devastated air travel demand. The Dallas-based carrier said its May operating revenue will likely be down no more than 90% year over year, compared with a previous estimate for a decline as much as 95% compared with May 2019.
Read the full story on NBC 7 San Diego.
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