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Lake Worth Police Officers See Smoke & Flames, Rescue Sleeping Family From Burning HouseOften civil servants have to step out of 'their lane' to truly protect and serve... and that's exactly what some police officers in North Texas did to help a family in danger.
Extra Holiday Week For Students And Staff After Terrell ISD Extends Thanksgiving Break Because Of COVID-19As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across North Texas, the Terrell Independent School District is extending Thanksgiving break for students and staff through December 6.
Moderna Asking FDA To Approve COVID-19 Vaccine After Trial "Already Saved Lives"Moderna Inc. said it would ask U.S. and European regulators Monday to allow emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine.
Driver Dies After Being Shot While Sitting At Fort Worth Stop Sign, Search For Gunman ContinuesFort Worth police continue their search for the gunman who killed a driver sitting still at a stop sign.
Small And Local Businesses Hoping Cyber Monday Will Help Sustain Them Through 2020After Black Friday, holiday shopping is expected to kick into high gear on November 30 -- Cyber Monday. In addition to major retailers, small and local businesses are hoping online sales will gives them a boost after a challenging 2020.
DFW Weather: Freeze Warning Issued For Parts of North TexasFor the first time this season for the DFW Metroplex, the National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Warning for Sunday night and into Monday morning.
Southlake Police Officer Dies After 'Sudden Medical Event'A Southlake police officer who had been with the department for about 21 years has died after a "sudden medical event," the city said.
El Paso Mayor Says Recent COVID-19 Spike Due To 'Fatigue,' Many Cases Coming From Shopping At Large RetailersThe mayor of a Texas city hit hard by a recent spike in coronavirus cases says the blame can be pointed at "COVID fatigue" and that many cases are coming from shopping at large retailers.