DALLAS — After shootings on the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) system left two people dead, Dallas police and the federal Transportation Security Administration offered to help secure Dallas-area bus and train stations, The Washington Post reported.
An agency spokesperson told The Post that DART will not make any decisions on security until it finishes investigating the shooting. Local police identified the suspect who allegedly started the shootout. The suspect got into an argument with a bus driver over an expired bus pass. For the full story, click here.