News roundup: Trails, coffee, Trinity Parkway, murder victim

newsThe Dallas Morning News ran this in-depth story about the Oak Cliff Pumping Station, which is on the Oak Farms Dairy campus and is part of the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League’s architecture at-risk list.

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Michael Connoly of Oak Cliff wrote this thoughtful letter to the editor about linking the city’s trail system.

The Dallas Observer interviewed Shannon Neffendorf of Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters for a story about coffee prices going up.

Even though Go Oak Cliff declared the Trinity Parkway so dead it needed a funeral, the Observer reminds us that it’s not going to go away so easily because it would make a lot of rich people even richer.

The family of 24-year-old D’Lisa Kelley of Oak Cliff, who was pregnant when she was found strangled and beaten to death a week after she went missing in march, is frustrated with police. Her killer has not been found, and the family believes the Dallas Police Department should’ve done more to search for Kelley after she went missing.

Two abortion providers can continue their work after a lawsuit forced University General Hospital to restore their admitting privileges.

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