Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building.
Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building. Dallas Morning News video screengrab
Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building. Dallas Morning News video screengrab

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  • Man captures Michigan meteor on camera while driving

    Mike Austin posted video on YouTube of a meteor sailing through the sky during part of his commute Tuesday night, January 16, 2018. He wrote that he "didn't hear any loud sounds" during his drive on I-75 Northbound between Troy and Bloomfield Hills in Detroit. NWS Detroit later tweeted that it could confirm that "the flash and boom was NOT thunder or lightning, but instead a likely meteor." USGS then confirmed that the meteor caused a magnitude 2.0 earthquake.