news roundup 264X176Police still have not released the name of a person found floating in White Rock Lake Sunday. According to Dallas police spokesperson DeMarquis Black, fisherman reported the body a little after 9 a.m. Police only say it was a woman with no obvious signs of trauma. Homicide detectives are investigating. The woman’s identity and cause of death will be released by the Dallas County Medical Examiner, WFAA reported.

A nearby grocery store, Minyard’s at Mockingbird Lane at Abrams, was the site of an awesome purse-snatcher smack down. Well, the thief initially got away after trying to steal an elderly woman’s purse. And he managed to snag someone else’s a block away. But thanks to a scrappy Minyard’s clerk at the scene of the first attempt — who tackled the grabber, retrieved the purse, and recorded his license plate — police quickly caught the criminal after the second event and arrested him.

The city’s streets division is installing bigger stop signs with higher reflectivity to increase visibility and help prevent collisions, according to the Dallas Morning News, beginning with Old Lake Highlands.Workers are expected to replace signs citywide eventually.