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DALLAS OFFICER-MISTAKEN APARTMENT-VICTIM

DALLAS — The funeral began Thursday afternoon for a 26-year-old black man killed in his apartment by a white Dallas police officer who said she mistook his residence for her own. Pews were packed at a Dallas-area church for the Botham Jean. The Harding University graduate was killed last week by an off-duty police officer, Amber Guyger, who's since been charged with manslaughter. By Ryan Tarinelli. SENT: 600 words, will be updated. Pursuing photos.

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SCHOOL SHOOTING-TEXAS

SANTA FE, Texas — The attorney for the parents of a teen accused in a Texas school shooting that left 10 people dead and 13 wounded is disputing allegations that they were negligent, saying they did what they could for their son. Attorney Ron Rodgers filed responses Monday to lawsuits against Rose Marie Kosmetatos and Antonios Pagourtzis, The Galveston County Daily News reported. The lawsuits allege they didn't teach their son, 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, respect for life and failed to secure their weapons. Dimitrios Pagourtzis has been indicted on capital murder charges in the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School. SENT: 300 words.

KIMBERLY-CLARK-WISCONSIN

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wants the Legislature to return this month to consider a $100 million tax incentive bill that would keep Texas-based paper products maker Kimberly-Clark from shuttering a plant in the Fox Valley. Without enough Republican support for the package in the state Senate, the bill would need the support of an unknown-number of Democrats to pass. Walker said Thursday that he's trying to get the 17 votes it would need in the chamber, where the GOP has an 18-15 majority. By Scott Bauer. SENT: 480 words.

GYM--DOCTOR-SEXUAL ASSAULT

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University says it's lining up a lawyer for trustee George Perles, who's accused of covering up a rape allegation against Larry Nassar in 1992, when Perles was the athletic director and football coach. Nassar was a medical student in 1992. He went on to become a sports doctor at the university. He's in prison for child pornography and sexual assault. SENT: 130 words, with photos. Moving on news & sports lines.

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— GAS PRICES — Texas and nationwide retail gasoline prices are down a penny this week.

— ONLINE GAMBLING-BOOKIE — A convicted online bookie in West Texas must serve three years in federal prison and pay $7 million in what prosecutors call an illegal sports gambling and tax scam. Moving on sports & news lines.

— PEOPLE-KEVIN HART — Actor Kevin Hart suggested some kid-friendly changes during a stop at a Dallas campus to promote his new movie "Night School." With photos.

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EXCHANGE-TYLER-HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER

TYLER, Texas — In the months after Vennie Jackson retired from a 36-year teaching career, the then-70-year-old realized she had more free time than she'd bargained for. The Tyler Morning Telegraph reports after a period of sitting at home, and often peeking out the window when hearing cars and people pass by, she concluded that she needed to find another way to give back to society. The following year, she found her next venture by becoming a volunteer at UT Health Tyler, formerly East Texas Medical Center. Jackson turned 100 years old on Tuesday. In appreciation for her service to UT Health Tyler, the hospital held her a birthday party in its skywalk. By August Robinson, Tyler Morning Telegraph. SENT: 450 words, with photos.

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FBN--COWBOYS-NO PASSING ZONE

FRISCO, Texas — It's no secret that Dak Prescott and his revamped group of Dallas receivers hold the key to creating consistent running room for Ezekiel Elliott. The formula needs improvement with the Cowboys trying to avoid their first 0-2 start under Jason Garrett. By Pro Football Writer Schuyler Dixon. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos.

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