AP-TX--Texas News Coverage Advisory 8:30 am, TX
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DALLAS OFFICER-MISTAKEN APARTMENT
DALLAS — Dallas police say an officer returning home from work shot and killed a male neighbor after she said she mistook his apartment for her own. Police say the shooting happened Thursday night. Police say the officer had arrived at her apartment complex in uniform after working a shift. The officer, who was not injured, will be placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. SENT: 100 words. Will be updated. Pursuing photos.
LIVESTREAM JUNKIE CANDIDATES
AUSTIN, Texas — In his bid to upset Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, Democrat Beto O’Rourke livestreams constantly, highlighting how the technology has created scenes once unthinkable for candidates seeking national office, but is nonetheless increasingly popular among underdogs desperate for attention. By Will Weissert. UPCOMING: 780 words, photos.
— MAIL CARRIER-SHOT — A second person must serve 20 years in federal prison for her role in the 2017 shooting and robbery of a South Texas mail carrier.
SPOT MEMBER EXCHANGE:
HOUSTON — Birney “Chick” Havey remembers rolling up to the Dachau concentration camp in Germany in April 1945. It was near the end of World War II, just days before Germany would surrender, and he and his Army comrades had arrived in tanks to liberate the camp’s prisoners. The Houston Chronicle reports for nearly 75 years, Havey has lived with what he saw that day — the piles of dead bodies, the “walking skeletons” who had survived, the overwhelming smell of death and defecation, sickness and rot. Havey, who lives in Seabrook, and 35 other Texas veterans were honored Thursday at Holocaust Museum Houston for rescuing prisoners. By Alyson Ward, Houston Chronicle. SENT: 1,200 words, pursuing photos.
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