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Police: Celina Officers Shoot, Kill Armed SuspectPolice in Celina said they were called to the 100 block of Alabama Street and located an armed suspect.
3 Dead After Crash Involving Two Speeding Vehicles In Dallas, Police SayThe crash happened at around 11:40 p.m. in the 300 block of West Mockingbird Lane.
Texas Experiencing Another COVID-19 SurgeTexas is seeing numbers of new cases it hasn't seen in five months. There were 13,100 new cases reported Friday.
Administrative Court Judge Orders Mask-Wearing To Enter Dallas County CourthousesThose refusing to wear a mask could be barred from entering the buildings.
Summer Break Ends Early For Some Dallas ISD SchoolsStudents at several Dallas ISD campuses will head back to class on Monday as the district looks to address COVID's academic slide with more time in the classroom.
Fire At Plano Home Under Control, No Injuries ReportedThe fire happened at a home in the 1600 block of Cherbourg Drive.
Your Company Can Require You To Get Vaccinated With Few Exceptions, Even In Texas, Employment Lawyer Says“For all employers in Texas who don’t have government contracts, you can require your employees to get the Covid-19 vaccine,” said Rogge Dunn, a Dallas business and employment lawyer.
Department Of Justice Sues Texas And Gov. Greg Abbott Over Executive Order Restricting Travel Of Undocumented MigrantsGov. Abbott's order, issued Wednesday, prohibits anyone from providing ground transportation to migrants detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection for illegally crossing the border.
Corinth Police Respond After Video Released Of Shootout Between Officers And ResidentAn attorney for the man released the video to get their client's side of the story out. Corinth police said they posted a response Friday morning to make their account of events clear.

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Geyser eruptions could be a hidden danger in Yellowstone ParkThe pandemic has brought new attention to the types of unlikely but possibly catastrophic dangers that usually go ignored. One of them is hiding right under the surface of one of America's most picturesque spots.
Mask mandates return, states consider vaccination requirements as COVID-19 cases rise nationwideNew coronavirus infections are on the rise across the nation, mask mandates are returning in some places, and cities, states and businesses are rolling out vaccination requirements. New cases are up 150% across the country over the past two weeks and hospitalizations climbed 74 percent. Michael George has the latest.
The Dish: How Snake River Farms is bringing Wagyu beef from Japan to the masses in AmericaIf you're looking for the best beef in the land, a ranch in northern Washington, right near the Canadian border, is a good place to start. Snake River Farms is an American pioneer of Wagyu, a style of meat that first came from Japan and is famous for its exceptional marbling. Although prices are steep, ask those who are hooked and they'll say it's well worth it.
Eye Opener: New revelations on transmissibility of COVID-19 delta variantThere are new revelations on just how contagious the delta variant may be. Also, the Senate started the process of debating the massive trillion-dollar bipartisan bill. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
The history behind the tradition of Olympians appearing on Wheaties boxesIt's the extra honor bestowed on many Olympic athletes: after you win gold, you may end up on a box of Wheaties. Here's how the tradition began and why it's being celebrated this year.
Saturday Sessions: Villagers perform "So Simpatico"Irish musician Conor O’Brien debuted his music project in 2010 to immediate acclaim, scoring three number-one albums in Ireland, and winning some of Britain’s and Ireland’s top music awards. His fifth studio album will be released on August 20th and his indie band Villagers is set to embark on a U.K. and European tour. From their new album “Fever Dreams,” Villagers performs “So Simpatico.”

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Japan's extreme heat takes toll on athletes at Tokyo Olympic GamesEvery Olympics makes history, but this year could go down in the record books as the hottest summer games ever. Some experts say Tokyo's extreme conditions are a preview of what's in store for future summer games.
Over 100,000 children could face extreme starvation in Ethiopia's Tigray regionUSAID Administrator Samantha Power is heading to the embattled region in hopes of easing what is now the world's worst hunger crisis in a decade.
Geyser eruptions could be a hidden danger in Yellowstone ParkThe pandemic has brought new attention to the types of unlikely but possibly catastrophic dangers that usually go ignored. One of them is hiding right under the surface of one of America's most picturesque spots.
U.S. sends aid to Ethiopia in hopes of easing hunger crisis in TigrayThe United Nations is warning of a worsening humanitarian catastrophe in Ethiopia. UNICEF has said more than 100,000 children could face extreme starvation in the next year as a result of major fighting in the country's northern Tigray region. USAID Administrator Samantha Power hopes to ease what is now the world's worst hunger crisis in a decade.
Amanda Knox speaks out against new film based on 2007 murder caseThe new film "Stillwater" recalls a real-life murder case. Starring Matt Damon, it's loosely based on the story of Amanda Knox, the American college student who was wrongfully convicted of killing her roommate while studying in Italy in 2007. Now, after she's been exonerated of all charges, she says others are trying to capitalize on her story – but not without a fight.
"Global fire crisis:" Why the world keeps burning and what we should do about itTwo-time Oscar-nominated filmmaker Lucy Walker explores the complex causes behind the worldwide wildfire problem.