Dallas Picks First Female Police Chief

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A year after five Dallas police officers were killed in an ambush, the city named U. Renee Hall, a deputy chief in Detroit, to replace David Brown as chief to lead the bruised department, the Wall Street Journal reports. Hall is the first female chief in Dallas history, said city manager T.C. Broadnax. She will take over a department still recovering from last July’s . . .

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