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Sunshine And Temperatures In The 50s Across North Texas Before Weak Cold Front Moves In TonightYesterday’s disturbance, and any precipitation that came with it. is now headed to the Midwest, leaving mostly cloudy skies in its wake.
Southwest Airlines Posts $68 Million 4Q Profit, But Expects Losses With Higher CostsBoosted by full flights during the holidays, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines posted a narrow $68 million profit for the fourth quarter... but the announcement came with a warning.
All Good Things ... Jeopardy! Champ Amy Schneider's Historic Winning Streak Ends At 40“Jeopardy!” champion Amy Schneider had a historic run but the streak is over, snapped Wednesday by a librarian after 40 consecutive wins.
Gardening 101: Vertical Farming In The MetroplexGo inside and go up -- Vertical Farming is one of fastest-growing sectors in ag-business.
Dallas ISD Inducts Its 4th Sports Hall of Fame ClassDallas ISD inducted the fourth class into its Sports Hall of Fame earlier today. Keith Russell gives a quick look at some of the legends who made it.
Doug Dunbar Speaks One-On-One With Rabbi Charlie Cytron-WalkerCBS 11's Doug Dunbar speaks one-on-one with Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, who was one of hostages held in a Colleyville synagogue standoff.
Alaska, Texas Governors Sue Over National Guard Vaccine RuleAlaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has joined Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in seeking to block the US Department of Defense from mandating COVID-19 vaccines for National Guard members who are under state command.
Texas Restaurants Urge Fed To Make Good On Grant Funding Promises Amid Pandemic WoesMore than $28 billion was set aside to help small, independently owned eateries survive the pandemic, but advocates said only 2/3 of those who were approved actually got any money.