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Cold Start To The Week, Followed By High Temps And Another CooldownTomorrow will be windy and cold after a front moves in overnight, bringing rain, wind, and a few storms. Things will warm up all the way to the 80s later in the week before crashing back down next weekend.
Hundreds Come Out To Honor Fallen Mesquite Officer In Prayer VigilHundreds of people came out tonight to honor a mesquite police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty Friday afternoon.
Sunday Morning News BriefHere are your latest headlines for Sunday, December 5.
Storms Possible Tonight, But Cool Temps And Sunny Skies Will Start Off Next WeekThere's a 90% chance of rain and storms overnight as a cold front moves in, but next week will be sunny and feel more like what we're used to in December.
Saturday 10PM Weather UpdateA warm, rainy weekend will cool down on Monday and Tuesday as chilly weather finally hits North Texas. Rain chances should dry up by mid-week.
Thousands Turn Out For Return Of Annual Dallas Holiday ParadeOn Saturday morning, thousands of people packed downtown Dallas to watch the annual holiday parade. 
Latest Updates On Fallen Mesquite OfficerThe officer killed in a shooting yesterday has been identified as 21-year veteran Richard Lee Houston II. A prayer vigil will be held Sunday, Dec. 5 at 8 p.m.
Saturday Evening News BriefHere's what made news on Saturday, Dec. 4.
Warm Weekend With Chance Of Storms In Store For North TexasExpect unseasonably warm temps on Saturday and Sunday with a chance of storms. Things will cool down Monday, but rain chances won't go away until mid-week.
Saturday Morning News BriefHere's what made news on the morning of Saturday, Dec. 4.
Officials React To Mesquite Officer Killed On DutyOfficials in North Texas and beyond are reacting to the news of a Mesquite officer being shot and killed in the line of duty today. 
Latest Information On The Mesquite Officer Killed Earlier TodayInvestigators now believe the suspect shot himself after shooting the officer, who did not fire his gun.
Friday Evening Weather UpdateA warm, rainy weekend will cool down on Monday and Tuesday before rain chances dry up for the rest of the week.
Murphy Residents Protest Planned Wastewater Treatment PlantResidents worry the plant might pollute local creeks and cause unpleasant smells.
Supply Chain Issues May Not Be Fixed By Christmas, But North Texans Are AdaptingHere's how some shoppers, business owners, and experts are navigating the supply chain issues this Holiday season.
FWISD Holds Largest Teacher Hiring Event EverFort Worth ISD is looking to hire a record breaking number of teachers as soon as possible thanks to vacancies left by the pandemic. They are offering high starting pay and bonuses as incentives.
Friday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Friday, Dec. 3.

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