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Cold & Wet Black Friday Across North TexasTemperatures are set to drop across North Texas on Friday, with a 100 percent chance of rain in the weather forecast.
Ditching Kitchens For Restaurants On ThanksgivingEven people who cannot cook still want a delicious dinner on Thanksgiving. That's why millions of Americans are expected to ditch their own kitchens on Thursday for seats at restaurants.
Runners Conquer Turkey Trot In ArlingtonAbout 6,000 people ran through Arlington on Thanksgiving morning for the Turkey Trot.
Runners Ready For Turkey Trot In ArlingtonThe Turkey Trot in Arlington is a holiday tradition that helps benefit a good cause.
Meals On Wheels Prepares Thanksgiving DeliveriesAmericans will celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday but, for some people, it only happens with help from strangers.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastRain is in the North Texas weather forecast for Thanksgiving, with severe storms possible in the later part of the day.
Norma's Cafe In Oak Cliff Serves Free Thanksgiving MealsA Dallas restaurant is putting the "giving" in Thanksgiving this year by serving up a free meal on Thursday to anyone who wants the food.
I-Team: Underground Gas Lines Damaged OftenThe explosion that nearly killed a woman in Waxahachie is September, happened in an instant. The type of mistake the led to it, we discovered, happens nearly every day.
Stranger Gouges Out Man's Eye, Victim Stabs AttackerA brutal attack in Dallas has left a man blind in one eye.
Anti-Muslim Group Posts Names, Addresses Of Local MuslimsThe person responsible for the list did not return our phone calls for comment.
Mom Sues Over Son Being Kicked Off School Bus Along Busy HighwayAn Irving mom is suing, after she says her son was forced off a school bus along a busy highway.
Going To Be A Wet Thanksgiving Holiday WeekendNorth Texans could see three to six inches of rain through Sunday. Colder Friday.
Larry Mowry's Weather UpdateCloudy skies, drizzle 63°
Restaurants Prep For Hungry Thanksgiving DinersMillions of Americans are expected to dine out for Thanksgiving this year. The trend is keeping restaurants in North Texas busy this season
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