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In Case You Missed It Weekend News Digest: Saturday, May 18, 2019

Five talked about stories from the previous week added each Saturday and Sunday

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    In Case You Missed It Weekend News Digest: Saturday, May 18, 2019

    To help make sure you stay informed on the most shared and talked about stories across North Texas, each Saturday and Sunday we'll revisit 5 stories from the previous week and capsulize them in this digest with the most recent updates.

    In our 5+5 format, we'll publish the first 5 on Saturday morning and the second 5 on Sunday.

    Road Rage: Man With Machete Recorded Attacking Another Driver's Car in Dallas

    A North Texas driver captured an apparent case of road rage on dashcam Friday showing a man attack another driver's car with a machete after a minor crash on LBJ Freeway. To read more about this story, click here.

    Apparent Road Rage Incident Leads to Machete AttackApparent Road Rage Incident Leads to Machete Attack

    A North Texas driver captured an apparent case of road rage on dashcam Friday showing a driver attack another driver's car with a machete after a minor crash on LBJ Freeway.

    (Published Monday, May 13, 2019)

    Suspected Serial Killer Charged With Five Additional Deaths of Plano-Area Women

    A suspected serial killer accused of targeting elderly women in Dallas and Collin counties is now facing 12 counts of capital murder. This week, a Collin County grand jury handed down five capital murder indictments against suspected serial killer Billy Chemirmir. The jury voted on the indictments Tuesday, but the details didn’t become available until Thursday. To read more about this story, click here.

    Suspected Serial Killer Charged in Deaths of Elderly WomenSuspected Serial Killer Charged in Deaths of Elderly Women

    A Dallas County Grand Jury handed down an additional six indictments of capital murder against Billy Chemirmir – a man accused of posing as a home health care worker or maintenance worker to gain access to elderly victims in Collin and Dallas counties.

    (Published Wednesday, May 15, 2019)

    1 in 4 Online Shoppers Have Bought 'Fakes': BBB

    A report titled 'Fakes Are Not Fashionable' is the result of months of work and more than 2,500 counterfeit complaints filed by consumers across the country. To read more about this story, click here.

    1 in 4 Online Shoppers Have Bought 'Fakes': BBB1 in 4 Online Shoppers Have Bought 'Fakes': BBB

    A report titled ‘Fakes Are Not Fashionable,’ which will be released in detail during a news conference in Downtown Dallas on Thursday morning, is the result of months of work and more than 2,500 counterfeit complaints filed by consumers across the country.

    (Published Tuesday, May 14, 2019)

    Dallas Businessman Completes Deepest Ocean Dive in Human History

    Dallas businessman Victor Vescovo became the deepest diving human in history when his Five Deeps Expedition reached the bottom of the Pacific Ocean's Challenger Deep on April 28, the expedition disclosed Monday. To read more about this story, click here.

    Dallas Businessman Completes Deepest Ocean DiveDallas Businessman Completes Deepest Ocean Dive

    Dallas businessman Victor Vescovo became the deepest diving human in history when his Five Deeps Expedition reached the bottom of the Pacific Ocean's Challenger Deep on April 28, the expedition disclosed Monday.

    (Published Monday, May 13, 2019)

    The Next Generation of 'Tower Climbers' Training in North Texas

    The latest generation of cell technology is on the way to speed up how we interact with our devices and the people charged with making it happen are currently being trained in North Texas. To read more about this story, click here.

    The Next Generation of 'Tower Climbers' Training in North TexasThe Next Generation of 'Tower Climbers' Training in North Texas

    The latest generation of cell technology is on the way to speed up how we interact with our devices and the people charged with making it happen are currently being trained in North Texas.

    (Published Tuesday, May 14, 2019)

    Check back and look for 5 more stories on Sunday.