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Mild Tuesday Before Warm Up Then Cool DownThere is a little bit of everything this week it seems.
Progress Coming Soon 1 Year After North Texas TornadoesTuesday, October 20 is the one-year anniversary.
Arlington At Center Of Sports Universe With Cowboys Monday Night, World Series Starting Tuesday“It’s great to have the attention here,” said Patrick Triboley, a Cowboys fan from Dallas.
Arlington Names 5 Finalists For New Police Chief, Community Forum ScheduledThe City of Arlington announced a list of five finalists Monday for the police chief position after receiving 74 applications from across the country.
100K Texans To Be Part Of One Of The Largest COVID-19 Antibody Studies In The CountryBrooke Katz reports.
Wilmer Police Chief Victor Kemp Battling COVID-19 Pneumonia: 'It Has Never Been More Real To Me Than Now'Chief Kemp said he's sharing his private battle publicly to let people know how dangerous the virus can be.
Vigil Held For Everman Police Officer On Ventilator With COVID-19A nearly 27-year veteran of the Everman Police Department is in critical condition battling COVID-19, the department said Monday afternoon.
Fort Worth City Council Member Cary Moon Arrested For DWI In Burleson"I will be responsible for my actions and own up to any personal or legal failures," Moon said in a statement Monday.
Police Looking For Person Who Shot, Killed Senior Airman Nicholas 'Nick' Slaughter In DallasPolice in Dallas are investigating a shooting that took the life of a 29-year-old member of the U.S. Air Force. Hospital workers were the ones who called police to say that Nicholas "Nick" Slaughter had been shot.
'The Fear Is Worse Than This Pandemic': Some Highland Park Parents Upset With School District's Handling Of Coronavirus"Our children are sitting beyond fogged-out Plexiglass. There are literally blinders on the sides," said Highland Park mom Amanda Nobles.
Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, October 19.
Fort Worth Man On Mission To Meet The Needs Of An Entire CommunityDerwin Harris is featured in this week's The Ones For Texas.
Some North Texans Who Requested Mail-In Ballots Are Choosing To Vote In PersonBecause of COVID-19, more Texans requested mail-in ballots, but concerns over the U.S. Postal Service's ability to deliver the ballots on-time has some people changing their minds.
Tornado Relief Arrives For Dallas ISDErin Jones reports.
Mild, Cloudy Monday NightThere will be a late-week cold front coming.
Everman Police Officer Alex Arango In Critical Condition Battling CoronavirusOfficer Arango was placed on a ventilator earlier in the day, according to the Everman Police Department.
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Tomorrow Marks 1 Year Since A Tornado Outbreak In North TexasTomorrow Marks 1 Year Since A Tornado Outbreak In North Texas
2 Women Hospitalized After Someone Opens Fire On Their Car In Fort WorthPolice in Fort Worth are investigating an early morning shooting that left two women injured. It was after midnight when officers were called to the 6300 block of Meadowbrook Drive. Katie Johnston reports.
1 Year Anniversary For North Texas Tornado Outbreak1 Year Anniversary For North Texas Tornado Outbreak
CBS 11 News Now: Monday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Monday morning.
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Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastMonday will feel like fall so keep the jackets handy! However, temperatures will quickly warm up starting Tuesday.
Dallas Council Member Working To Fix Street Racing Issues In His DistrictA Dallas council member says the number one call in his district is about speed racing issues.

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