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KDFW Has Dash-Cam Footage of June 29 Chase. And KXAS Has a New 10 P.M. Anchor.

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After the jump you'll find dash-cam footage provided by Dallas County constables from the June 29 car chase through Dallas, Richardson and Garland, during which Shane Michel captivated a nation for a good 90 minutes. KDFW-Channel 4 got hold of the video and ran some highlights; one can only imagine how the entire thing plays out -- like a Jason Statham movie, no doubt, without all the mumbled dialogue.

And in other local-TV doings, Uncle Barky's done figured out who's going to replace Mike Snyder as the 10 p.m. anchor on KXAS-Channel 5: Brian Curtis. Brendan Higgins, you wuz robbed!

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