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Dallas ISD investigator who was suspended had been investigating boss's honesty

dallasnews.com — A top Dallas ISD investigator placed on paid leave last week had been investigating whether his boss lied on her district job application by saying she had no criminal record. Jeremy Liebbe, who runs DISD's Office of Professional Standards, had begun looking into the background of Tonya Sadler Grayson, an executive director in the human resources department, according to three people familiar with the case.
Jul 24, 2014

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Jul 24, 2014

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UPDATE: Jurors find Texas hospital chain owner guilty on all 15 counts

watchdogblog.dallasnews.com — Dr. Tariq Mahmood did not wield a "Charles Manson-like" power over employees, forcing them to alter Medicare billing codes for his Texas hospitals, his defense lawyer told jurors in the closing argument of his federal fraud trial this morning. The Dallas businessman was merely a boss making "suggestions" to his billing coders, said attorney Michael Khouri.
Jul 24, 2014

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Jul 24, 2014

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Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury reads flattering tweets about his good looks (from both women and men)

collegesportsblog.dallasnews.com — For better or for worse, Twitter has given everyone a voice and a chance to communicate with their favorite celebrities, athletes and even coaches. Second-year Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury, whom you can follow via @TTUKingsbury, is by no means an exception.
Jul 24, 2014

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Collin County commissioner offers resolution that says housing migrant children ‘not in our citizens’ best interests’

thescoopblog.dallasnews.com — Collin County Commissioner Mark Reid - the self-proclaimed " constitutional conservative " who reps West Plano, Frisco, Prosper, Celina and Northwest McKinney - wants his colleagues to stop "the illegal immigrant tsunami" at next week's commissioner's court meeting.
Jul 24, 2014

Commissioner's resolution says housing migrant children not in Collin County's best interests d-news.co/zy7UQ

Jul 24, 2014

If refugee kids were puppies, how would politicians react? Collin County isn't on list to take kids but this anyway. ow.ly/zy72o

Gosselin: Two words noticeably absent from Jerry Jones' opening address in Oxnard

dallasnews.com — OXNARD, Calif. - The Cowboys have had this annoying habit in recent summers of putting talk ahead of action. All that ended Wednesday with a low-key, training camp-opening news conference with owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett. The session lasted 46 minutes, 45 seconds, and there wasn't a single mention of the term "Super Bowl."
Jul 24, 2014

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