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North Texas Health Departments, Pharmacies Making Plans To Vaccinate Children Against COVID-19On Friday, May 14, Dallas County Health and Human Services will open their COVID-19 vaccination sites, like Fair Park, to children ages 12-15.
Dallas ISD To Start New School That Mixes Learning In Classroom And OnlineWhat could be the prototype for the future of public education will open this fall inside a nearly 100-year-old building currently sitting vacant in Uptown.
Fort Worth Mayoral Runoff Candidates Discuss Policy Differences At ForumNeither Mattie Parker nor Deborah Peoples has held a publicly elected position before, and each was asked about that and how they would convince voters they're prepared for the job.
Colonial Pipeline Restarting Operations After CyberattackThe nation's largest fuel pipeline restarted operations Wednesday, days after it was forced to shut down by a gang of hackers.
Dallas City Cameras 'Out Of Order' At Crucial Moment Hinder Deadly Hit-And-Run InvestigationDallas Police homicide investigators scoured the area for video and found just one blurry picture of the car that they’ve identified as a 2009-2013 model plain, white Chevy Camaro.
How Restaurant Labor Shortages Are Affecting North Texas LocationsThe Texas Restaurant Association says 94% of restaurants in the state have said they can’t open to full capacity due to lack of employees.
North Texas Nurse And 4 Others Help Save Passenger Having Seizures On Southwest Airlines FlightOnce the plane was in the air, Meredith Smyly heard staff calling for a doctor or nurse to help a passenger who was having a seizure, and she immediately jumped into action.
Body Of Erica Hernandez, Texas Mother Missing For Weeks, Found In PondThe body of a Texas mother who had been missing for weeks was found in an SUV in a pond on Tuesday, police confirmed.

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North Texan Experiencing 'Sleepless Nights' Over Parents In India During COVID-19 SurgeWhen his parents visited him in Plano early last year, Niranjin Lax gave thought to the possibility then that it could be the last time he would ever seen them.
How Restaurant Labor Shortages Are Affecting North Texas LocationsThe Texas Restaurant Association says 94% of restaurants in the state have said they can’t open to full capacity due to lack of employees.
Dallas' Emergency Shelter For Unaccompanied Minors From Southern Border Set To Close By End Of MonthSome 2,200 teenaged boys were moved there in March, but since then, that number has declined significantly, to 793, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Dallas City Cameras 'Out Of Order' At Crucial Moment Hinder Deadly Hit-And-Run InvestigationDallas Police homicide investigators scoured the area for video and found just one blurry picture of the car that they’ve identified as a 2009-2013 model plain, white Chevy Camaro.
Tarrant County Planning To Use Mental Health Diversion Centers As Alternative To JailSome people picked up by police may get a choice of not going to jail but, instead, to a mental health diversion center. It's a plan gaining momentum in Tarrant County.
North Texas Nurse And 4 Others Help Save Passenger Having Seizures On Southwest Airlines FlightOnce the plane was in the air, Meredith Smyly heard staff calling for a doctor or nurse to help a passenger who was having a seizure, and she immediately jumped into action.