Top Dallas news: Opioid ruling could have ripple effects; schools deal with AC issues; more

Here’s what you need to know about what’s happening in Dallas.

Videos capture dive-bombing birds chasing away visitors, homeowners at North Dallas house

A pair of dive-bombing Mississippi Kites have made life interesting for one North Dallas family and their visitors.

Read the full story on WFAA.

Attempted ATM robbery in Dallas ends when machine falls off suspect’s truck into street

Police in Dallas are searching for a group of would-be ATM robbers that didn’t have a very successful morning. The incident happened at a 7-Eleven store in the 2500 block of Oak Lawn Avenue.

Read the full story on Fox 4 Kansas City.

Oklahoma opioid ruling could have ripple effects in Dallas County courts

Attorneys in Dallas County hope the ruling by an Oklahoma judge against Johnson & Johnson sets a precedent it can repeat in Texas in 2020.

Read the full story on WFAA.

Dallas ISD dealing with air conditioning issues at 2 campuses

Dallas ISD says a power outage in a Dallas neighborhood, followed by a power surge, has knocked out the AC at Martinez Learning Center.

Read the full story on CBS DFW.

‘He excelled wherever he was,’ says former Dallas ISD teacher of teen charged in 9-year-old’s shooting death

“Seeing the mugshot of the kid that I knew and that I saw every day twisted me up inside,” Will Maddox said to WFAA.

Read the full story on WFAA.

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