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Suspect Identified in Texas Mall Shooting

The Texas Department of Public Safety has identified the suspect in the recent outlet mall shooting as 33-year-old Mauricio Garcia.

Witnesses reported that Garcia, dressed in all black, opened fire on shoppers in the area.

This incident marks the 199th mass shooting in the United States this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive.

In other news, tragedy struck in Brownsville, Texas, when a car struck a group of people near a migrant shelter, resulting in the death of seven individuals and injuring ten others.

The driver, a resident of Brownsville, was arrested.

Some of the victims were migrants waiting at a nearby bus stop.

On a more positive note, coronation celebrations continued today, with the King and Queen attending a concert featuring renowned artists such as Katy Perry and Lionel Richie.

Tomorrow has been declared a holiday in the UK, encouraging members of the public to volunteer as life gradually returns to normal in Davis.

In local news, a shooting occurred on 67th Ave.

in South Sacramento last night, claiming the life of a woman.

The Sacramento police have made one arrest, assuring the public that there is no ongoing threat.

Another tragic incident took place in Fairfield, where a 29-year-old man was killed earlier this morning on Woolner Ave.

No arrests have been made in this case so far.

Meanwhile, a mobile home in South Sacramento was destroyed by fire this morning.

Fortunately, firefighters managed to contain the fire to the home, and the owner escaped unharmed.

Additionally, firefighters successfully rescued two cats and two dogs from a house fire on Broadway St.

in Fairfield.

The pets were provided with respirators to aid their breathing.

In Amador County, the AT&T phone network experienced an outage, affecting the ability to call 911.

The Amador Fire Department advises individuals unable to make emergency calls to drive directly to a fire station for assistance.

Finally, in education news, the school in Davis announced that night classes will resume in-person on Monday.

The institution also mentioned that their free ride program for students will maintain its extended hours for the time being.

And those are your top ten headlines summarized in just two minutes.

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