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Published on May 19, 2020
Top Dallas news: Suspect in officer's shooting ID'ed; homebuilders see uptick after lockdown easesPhoto: Teddie Bridget Proctor/Flickr

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

Plans for Geneva Heights, Hexter and Reilly on the table at DISD's last virtual town hall on 2020 bond 

The last chance for neighbors to make comments or ask questions about the Dallas ISD 2020 bond is today, when the district hosts its final virtual town hall.

Read the full story on Advocate.

23-year-old Gamaliel Sanchez identified as suspect who shot Dallas officer, then killed himself

The suspect, who shot an officer and then killed himself after trying to run from police in Dallas Saturday evening, has been identified as 23-year-old Gamaliel Sanchez.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

Homebuilder goes Uptown with new Dallas office lease

A North Texas homebuilder is moving from the 'burbs to Dallas' Uptown district. Megatel Homes will move about 300 employees from Farmers Branch to the Rosewood Court building at Cedar Springs Road and Pearl Street.

Read the full story on Dallas Morning News.

Homebuilders seeing more sales as pandemic lockdown eases

Shelter in place and shop for a home don't go together. After suffering big declines in buyer traffic early in the pandemic, North Texas homebuilders say they are seeing more sales as Texas reopens.

Read the full story on Dallas Morning News.

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