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President To Visit Dallas
The White House says President Barack Obama will cut short his European trip and visit Dallas early next week, as the city mourns five police officers killed by a sniper.
Obama had been scheduled to return to Washington on Monday. Instead, he will leave Spain on Sunday night after a meeting with that…
Cordeiro on Dallas
Police departments across the nation are mourning the loss of five Dallas police officers after a sniper ambush last night. New Bedford is no exception.
Police Chief Joseph Cordeiro tells WBSM News what happened in Texas was a terrible event felt by the entire country...
Local PDs Respond to Dallas
Immediately following Thursday night's attacks in Dallas that have left five police officers dead and seven others wounded, social media was filled with posts about the events that transpired.
Dallas Update
DALLAS (AP) — Police Chief David Brown says a suspect in the overnight attack that killed five police officers, wounded seven others and wounded two civilians said he was upset over the recent police shootings of black men and wanted to kill white people...
Sniper Ambush in Dallas
DALLAS (AP) — Five Dallas police officers are dead, six others injured after snipers opened fire on law enforcement in the heart of Dallas. One civilian was also hurt.
The shootings took place during a protest over fatal police shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota...
Battle of The Network TV Shows-Round 7
Ask me, and I'll tell you some of the best and nastiest network TV shows were produced in the 1970's. There are three programs, representing the former big three networks, that revealed the nasty as well as splendid acting. Which one did you like best...
Changing Procedures
Changes are coming to the Dallas hospital where three people were diagnosed with Ebola.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas announced today it was upgrading medical record software to make sure nurses and doctors know the travel history of a patient...
Ebola Hearing
A U.S. House hearing on the Ebola crisis is underway in Texas. Opening the hearing, Texas Republican Mike McCaul called Ebola a threat to the U.S. homeland. The chairman of the Homeland Security Committee said the crisis is unfolding at an alarming pace in West Africa.
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