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Texas Wesleyan Offering Scholarships For Online GamersTexas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth is one of more than 200 colleges in the country that offers scholarships for online gaming. And director Eugene Frier says their program is built to make sure students have the tools they need to succeed.
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Strong Rain Chances TuesdayAbout a 60% chance of rain on Tuesday, then 20% on Wednesday.
State Fair Of Texas Helping Workers Find JobsWith no fair this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of people are missing out on a month of work .
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Dallas Fire-Rescue Firefighter Killed In Off-Duty Traffic Accident Out Of StateThe crash that led to Rios' death in Nebraska is under investigation, but the department provided no further details.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Has Message For School Board: 'These Kids Need To Be In School'As it stands now, Fort Worth ISD students can go back to the classroom in two weeks, but the school board could take a vote Tuesday to delay the return.
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Join The Fight To End Childhood CancerCBS 11 takes a look at efforts in North Texas to help children with cancer.
Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg Was In Majority On 3 Big Texas CasesThe cases included upholding the University of Texas policy of considering affirmative action in admissions.
BBQ Pit Brimming With Brisket, Terry Black’s Owner Optimistic About 75% Capacity RuleThe pit at Terry Black’s Barbecue in Deep Ellum is brimming with brisket, now cooked to order for 75% indoor capacity. And the diners are showing up.
Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, September 21.
Dallas' Howdy Homemade Ice Cream Back In Business Thanks To Community DonationsEarlier this month, Howdy Homemade announced it was having to close due to lack of sales, but because of donations from the community, the owner said they're back in business.
Dallas' Lakewood Neighborhood Tired Of Illegal Burnout GatheringsBusiness owners and nearby neighbors say they have had it!
Can Large Business Districts Recover From COVID-19 Shutdowns And LimitsSteve Pickett reports from downtown Dallas.
Approved For COVID-19 Rent Assistance, Some Tenants Still May Not Get Financial HelpWe have now heard from multiple viewers who applied for and received pandemic government rental assistance. The problem is their landlords are refusing to take the money.
Rainy Weather UpdateRain likely. Low near 65F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%. Rainfall near a quarter of an inch.
Information On Registering To Vote And Free Rides To Polling PlacesDallas Area Rapid Transit said Monday it is once again providing free trips to voting locations across the service area.
EAT SEE PLAY TACO TOURWe couldn't choose just one taco place, so we hit four. ESP's Taryn Jones takes you on a Dallas taco tour.
Salute To Teachers: Friday, Sept. 18 - 5PM - Michael DavisCoach Davis teaches at Hudson Middle School. We salute you!

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