Office Tower Shooting, American Airlines Passenger Gets a Lawyer, DeMarcus Ware: Your Monday Evening Roundup

Good evening! Here is a look at the top headlines of the day.πŸ‘‹ Stay in touch: Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here. Man kills female supervisor, then himself at Dallas office tower near High FiveA man fatally shot his female supervisor, then killed himself Monday morning at an office tower in Lake Highlands, near the High Five.Dozens of officers -- including a SWAT team -- responded to the the building along LBJ Freeway, near Schroeder Road, as workers evacuated from the building about 10:45 a.m. Monday. One officer suffered a minor injury from debris during the incident.The building was declared safe at 12:49 p.m., police said.Resources: Here are some resources for suicide awareness and prevention.Courts: A former Mavericks ManiAAC acted out a "military delusion" the night he killed four people and wounded four, his attorney says.Downtown accident: One person died when a crane collapsed in downtown Dallas.Mother from American Airlines stroller incident contacts lawyer for dragged United passengerThe woman who was confronted by an American Airlines flight attendant over her baby stroller on Friday has hired the same attorney as Dr. David Dao, the man who was dragged off a United Airlines flight earlier this month and sparked international outrage over carriers' treatment of passengers. Attorney Thomas Demetrio told the Today show that he's representing the woman seen crying in the viral video taken Friday, but didn't say whether she's planning to file suit against the carrier. The video shows the aftermath of an incident where, according to witnesses, an American Airlines flight attendant wrestled the stroller away from the woman as she attempted to bring it on board the aircraft. In the process, he nearly hit the baby she was holding in her arms.Commentary: After troubling video incidents, airlines should prioritize staying calm over being right.Commentary: What United Airlines can teach us about Syria and violence as a last resort.  Continue reading...

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