Mayor Rawlings Asks School Board To Make a Decision on Miles. Yesterday, Rawlings’ chief of staff, Paula Blackmon, announced she was joining Dallas ISD to oversee its intergovernmental affairs and community engagement (she’ll be making $140,000). With that announcement, Rawlings asked the board to make a decision; either support superintendent Mike Miles, or fire him.
Overnight Crime Spree Proves Unsuccessful. Three suspects broke into Primo’s on McKinney, Dave and Buster’s on Central, and Jakes Hamburgers on Henderson. At each of the stops, they attempted to take the ATM or safe. Fortunately, they’re bad at what they do and failed. Unfortunately, they left a lot of damage in the restaurants.
11-Year-Old Starts Freshman Year at TCU. Carson Huey-You started the eighth grade when he was 5. Now, he is only 11, but he’s starting his first year of college at TCU where he’ll be studying quantum physics. Though rather confident, he does need help from mom, who carries his backpack full of books for him. She says he won’t be joining a fraternity.