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By: Christina Coleman
Another shooting took place GBar located on 6820 Ingram Road. This aggravated assault took place just before 4:00 Sunday morning. A witness says he and the victim started arguing with a random group of people after realizing that their car had been broken into, even though it was in valet. The victim was grazed in the head. There's no word on his condition at this point. A suspect has not been arrested. This isn't the first time a shooting has taken place at GBar. As of the beginning of last month SAPD had 83 calls to service come from the strip mall.
TABC says the club would have to be in violation of Texas alcohol laws at least three times to be able to shut the club down. VICE has investigated at the club and sources to FOX 29 that some of the crime maybe tied to gang activity.
Employees at the Milan Institute located next to GBar say they are concerned for their safety. They say they leave in groups at the end of the night to make sure nobody gets hurt.
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Boy Scout leaders to vote on lifting gay ban
May 22, 2013 14:42 GMT
GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) -- The Boy Scouts of America will convene a two-day meeting of 1,400 local leaders to consider changing its long-standing ban on openly gay boys in the scouting movement.
Officials of the Irving, Texas-based organization are scheduled Wednesday to open the first of the ballots cast on whether to allow homosexual Boy Scouts. Scouting officials propose allowing openly gay Scouts but retaining the ban on gay adult Scout leaders.
The final vote is scheduled for Thursday in the Dallas-Fort Worth suburb of Grapevine.
Some conservatives have denounced the proposal, saying the Scouts' traditions would be undermined by the presence of openly gay youth. Gay-rights supporters have welcomed the proposed change as a positive first step but want the BSA to lift the ban on gay adults as well.
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