Kaylie King from Argyle High School was given a $1,000 scholarship for her achievements in the classroom, on the basketball court and in her community.
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Preliminary Look At Money Being Spent In Dallas' 2021 BudgetA preliminary look into Dallas' 2021 budget, including how much is being spent on the police department.
Now Hiring: Utility Concierge Looking To Add Employees With 'Desire To Help People'Utility Concierge's main focus is to shop markets to get their clients the best deals available on basic home services like water, gas, electricity, TV and home security.
Vehicle Crashes, Overturns Into Arlington Day Care PlaygroundA vehicle crashed and overturned into a day care playground in Arlington Thursday morning, police said, and one staff member was injured.
Erin Moran's Weather UpdateThe weekend is expected to be warm but dry.
Ones For Wellness Explores Suicide PreventionSuicides are reportedly up about 30% in 2020.
Texas Gov. Abbott Announces Legislative Proposals Related To Public SafetyTexas Gov. Greg Abbott was in Dallas Thursday to announce legislative proposals related to public safety.
Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateThe sun returns as temperatures begin to slightly warm up.
Girl Killed In Oklahoma City Explosion That Level House, Injured Her Mom, Dad, And BrotherA girl was killed and her parents and brother injured when their home in far north Oklahoma City exploded Thursday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
Peaceful Protests Across North Texas After Decision Not To Prosecute Officers For Breonna Taylor's DeathPeaceful Protests Across North Texas After Decision Not To Prosecute Officers For Breonna Taylor's Death
Company Uses STEAM And STEAM Concepts To Help Virtual LearnersCompany Uses STEAM And STEAM Concepts To Help Virtual Learners
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Dallas City Council Votes To Cut Dallas Police Overtime Budget By $7MThe Dallas City Council voted 11-4 Wednesday night to cut $7 million from the Dallas Police Department's $24 million overtime budget.
Temps Warm Up As Sunshine ReturnsExpect a high around 80 on Thursday.
Team Coverage: Breonna Taylor Protests In Dallas And Fort WorthDozens protested in both North Texas cities, after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong in March.
Team Coverage: North Texans React To No Charges Against Police For Killing Breonna TaylorThe charges brought by the grand jury were three counts of wanton endangerment against fired Officer Brett Hankison for shooting into Taylor’s neighbors’ homes during the raid on the night of March 13.
Fort Worth Dad Puts On Dancing Show For Son During 14-Year-Old's Chemotherapy TreatmentsEvery Tuesday when Aiden Yielding is inside the hospital doing rounds of chemo, his dad, Chuck is outside sending his son some positive vibes through dancing.
Texas Surpasses 15K Coronavirus DeathsThe death toll from the coronavirus in Texas surpassed the 15,000 mark Wednesday as the total number of deaths across the U.S. topped 200,000, the highest in the world.
Dallas City Council To Vote On DPD Overtime BudgetThe council is considering cutting $7 million from the police OT budget.
Technology Used To Solve 1974 Fort Worth Murder Giving Confidence For Other Cold CasesThe technology used to solve a Fort Worth murder from 1974 is giving police new confidence about solving other cold cases.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, September 23.
Salute To Teachers: Wednesday, Sept. 23 - 5PM - Jerry TerrySalute To Teachers: Wednesday, Sept. 23 - 5PM - Jerry Terry
Changes Made To State Fair Livestock Market Show As It Goes On During PandemicIt’s one of the most anticipated events at the State Fair of Texas and this year the livestock market show will still go on. However, there will be some changes.