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Viral Video Shows Dallas Woman Threatening to Call ICE on Taco Truck Owner

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Video shows Dallas woman threatening taco truck owner

In a video that’s since gone viral, a woman can be seen threatening a Dallas taco truck owner with a phone call to Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. According to the Austin-American Statesman, the as-yet-unnamed woman asks the truck to move, and when another voice on the video begins speaking Spanish, she threatens to call ICE. The video has been retweeted more than 33,000 times, and racked up more than 20,000 views on YouTube.

Chicken Moto flies out of Richardson

Richardson Korean fried chicken restaurant Chicken Moto has closed its doors. According to CultureMap, the restaurant dealt with a number of challenges, ranging from “obstacles in marketing the restaurant” to its highly-involved recipes, which drove up the price point. Fortunately, that crispy, saucy Korean fried chicken is still on the menu at B.B. Bop, Chicken Moto’s sister restaurant in Oak Cliff.

Jorge’s departs the Dallas Arts District

After eleven years of serving Tex-Mex cuisine to theatergoers and Downtown dwellers, Jorge’s Tex-Mex Cafe has closed its doors. According to GuideLive, the restaurant closed after its owners declined to renew their lease at the space at 1722 Routh Street. No word yet on what will take over the space at One Arts Plaza.