Suicide Lawsuit, Dallas Home Market, Plano Inventor: Your Tuesday Evening News Roundup

Good evening. Here are some stories you may have missed today.Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here.Family says student killed himself after UT-Arlington wrongfully punished him over gay slurDuring the last class he needed to graduate from the University of Texas at Arlington, Thomas Klocke had a confrontation with a classmate. He said the student was flirting with him. But the other student said Klocke insulted him with a gay slur and told him to consider suicide.The incident led to an investigation of Klocke before he killed himself at Grapevine's Silver Lake Marina Park in June 2016. His family says he took his life because he was distraught that he'd been wrongfully punished for harassment and banned from class without a fair review.UTA's mishandling of the case destroyed the Southlake 24-year-old's academic future and reputation, according to a lawsuit his father, Wayne, filed against the university and the student who accused him.UTA says it followed policies but has provided few details because of the pending lawsuit.— Liz FarmerTeen death: Hours before dental surgery, a Lake Highlands High School student wrote “the Lord will take care of me” in his journal. He died Thursday, about a week after he went under anesthesia and never woke up.Drowning: A 12-year-old boy from Dallas drowned and his 17-year-old sister is in critical condition after they were pulled from a hotel pool in Tampa, Fla., authorities said.  Continue reading...

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