Fort Worth ISD Scraps Idea Of Some Students Returning To School Next Week After More InputForth Worth ISD was planning to bring as many as 300 students back to four campuses next week.
Fort Worth ISD Continuing Meals-To-Go Program Through JulyFort Worth ISD will be continuing its meals-to-go program through July as it provides breakfast and lunch for students 18 years and under.
Inmate Gives Birth In Fort Worth Jail Cell; Corrections Officers Were UnawareJail staff knew the woman was pregnant and were checking on her regularly, according to the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office.
Dallas County Reports 202 Additional Positive Coronavirus CasesHealth officials are reporting 202 additional positive cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total count in Dallas County to 9,587, including 222 deaths.
Mesquite Police Searching For Man Who Shot 22-Year-Old Multiple TimesPolice in Mesquite are investigating after a 22-year-old was shot multiple times Tuesday night after a fight with another man.
Dallas Mavericks Reopening Practice Facility ThursdayThe Dallas Mavericks have announced they will be reopening their practice facility on Thursday.
'I Feel Physically Like The Best I've Ever Felt,' Says WWE NXT’s Tommaso CiampaTommaso Ciampo's new feud with Karrion Kross will let him press reset and freshen up his character after a memorable run against Johnny Gargano.
Can Virtual Reality Help Sports Fans Experience Game Day In A Post COVID-19 World?Sports are returning, though the stands remain empty as public health officials advise against large gatherings. Can virtual reality help?
Dallas Being Considered For NHL 'Hub' When Hockey Restarts With Playoff TournamentThe Dallas Stars will be one of the 24 teams that will begin a playoff tournament when play restarts at a date to be determined.
Mesquite Rodeo Claims 'First In Nation' Sporting Event To Open For Fans This SummerThe Mesquite Championship Rodeo is hosting what it calls "the first ticketed professional live sporting event" in the country since the coronavirus shutdown.
CBS Sports To Highlight Unforgettable Sports Stories With New '60 Minutes Sports: Timeless Stories' SeriesThe six-part series will begin on Saturday, May 30th highlighting 18 stories from past 60 Minutes episodes.
16-Year-Old Charged With Capital Murder In Shooting Death Of Leslie BakerDallas police said a 16-year-old will face a charge of capital murder for the shooting death of Leslie Baker, 59, who was found in her driveway this week. Katie Johnston reports.
Teen Arrested In Woman's DeathDallas police said a 16-year-old will face a charge of capital murder for the shooting death of Leslie Baker, 59, who was found in her driveway this week.
Father Organizes Search Party For Arlington Teen Last Seen 2 Days AgoThe father of an Arlington teen who was last seen two days ago has organized a search party for her in Fort Worth. Katie Johnston reports.
Ones For Texas: AT&T Launches Summer “Externship” For StudentsOnes For Texas: AT&T Launches Summer “Externship” For Students
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Isolated Showers, Storms Possible ThursdayThings calm down weather-wise after Thursday.
Quarantine Cooking: Your Essential Nonstick Cookware GuideStep up your quarantine cooking with this guide to nonstick cookware.
How To: 6 Easy Steps To Make Homemade Soft PretzelsLearn how to make your own homemade soft pretzels with these six easy steps!
5 Vodka Sauce Recipes To Try This WeekAnd would you miss it if it wasn't there?
Try These Make-Ahead Freezer Meals Perfect For WeeknightsSet yourself up for easy weeknight dinners no matter what!
Coronavirus Cooking: The Most Searched Recipe In Every State During QuarantineFind the most popular eats for your home state and across the country during the coronavirus quarantine.
Quarantine Recipes: How To Make Homemade BagelsSee how to make your own homemade bagels while stuck inside during quarantine.
Teens Raise $11,000 For Supplies To Help Navajo Nation During Coronavirus PandemicA group of teenagers in Phoenix raised more than $11,000 in three weeks for supplies to aid the Navajo Nation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police Chief: Officers Who 'Don’t Have An Issue' With Floyd Arrest Should Turn In BadgesChattanooga Police Chief David Roddy is taking a strong stand on the death of an African-American man at the hands of law enforcement officers in Minneapolis.
'It Sounded Like A Bomb': Turtle Smashes Through Driver's Windshield On HighwayA woman in Georgia was "literally in shock" after a turtle went flying across the highway and through her windshield, nearly striking her brother in the face.
'Biggest I've Ever Seen': Massive Alligator Trapped At Mini-Golf Course Is EuthanizedAn alligator believed to be the largest ever captured on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, was euthanized after it was trapped Tuesday evening at a miniature golf course.
Wedding Videography Company Denies Man Refund After Fiancée Dies In Crash: 'Life's A B***h, Justin'A wedding photography company is denying a refund to a man who lost his fiancee in a car crash before their wedding.
Police: Hammer-Wielding Woman Arrested After Out-Of-Town Visitors Targeted In Alleged Racist RantA couple visiting Houston over the Memorial Day holiday say they were victims of a racially-motivated public tirade by a woman carrying a hammer.