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Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, July 29.
2nd North Texas Health System Requiring Workforce To Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19Methodist Health System announced Thursday it is mandating all of its workforce be vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 1.
North Texas Nonprofit Unable To Help After Thousands Of Dollars Worth Of Supplies StolenA North Texas nonprofit is having to turn those in need away after over $5,500 dollars worth of their supplies was stolen on July 17.
Some Texas Lawmakers Testify Before Congress On Proposed State Elections BillSpeaking to Congress on Thursday, Texas Democratic lawmakers expressed their concerns over the Republicans' controversial elections bill.
Pfizer Continues To Make Case For COVID-19 Booster ShotHealth experts are continuing to look into the effectiveness of a third COVID-19 shot.
Mother Speaks Out Over Controversial Arrest Involving Kaufman County DeputyA North Texas mother spoke out about an arrest that she called "excessive physical force" and was caught on camera.
Ones For Wellness: COVID-19's Lingering Effects On Your HeartA look at what doctors are saying about the lingering effects of COVID-19 on a person's heart.
Scott Padgett's Weather UpdateThe brutal heat continues as feels-like temperatures hit the triple digits.
Triple-Digit Temps Increasing Demand For Ice In North TexasBusiness is booming at a South Dallas ice vending machine, which is open 24/7.
Dallas Officer On Administrative Leave During Investigation Into Excessive Use Of Force"Chief Garcia would like to commend those officers who recognize their duty to intervene in this incident and deescalated the situation," the department said in a statement.
Executive Director of Catholic Charities Says COVID-Stricken Migrants Eating At Whataburger An 'Isolated Case'Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, Sister Norma Pimentel said an incident where a La Joya police officer approached a COVID-sticken migrant family at Whataburger was an "isolated case." Geoff Petrulis reports.
Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateBe sure to stay cool as feels-like temperatures will be in the triple digits.
Frisco ISD Welcomes Hundreds Of Teachers Ahead Of New School YearFrisco ISD held an event Thursday to welcome hundreds of new teachers.
News Now: July 29, 2021News Now: July 29, 2021
Texas Restaurant Assoc. Issues New Guidance On MasksFollowing the CDC's new recommendations, the Texas Restaurant Assoc. has new guidelines for its workers.
Heat Advisory In Effect Until 7PMPrepare for yet another hot day; a couple of degrees higher than yesterday.
Discover DFW: Klyde Warren ParkKlyde Warren Park is a 5.2-acre public park in Downtown Dallas that's just as popular with families as it is with young professionals.
Shots Fired After Gas Station FightA man was arrested fighting with a woman at a gas station.
Cooler Temps Return After Triple-Digit StreakIt's still going to be very hot until next week
For Sale: Dallas Mansion With No Bedrooms For Nearly $1 MillionEverything inside, from the reception area to the stark design and features looks like something you would find in an office park rather than a residential neighborhood.
Dallas Officer On Administrative Leave During Investigation Into Possible Excessive Use Of Force"Chief Garcia would like to commend those officers who recognize their duty to intervene in this incident and deescalated the situation," the department said in a statement.
Kaufman County Sheriff's Office Reviewing Video Of Controversial Arrest Of 2 Women“I’ve never seen where the officer was literally on top of them with his legs wrapped around the back of her legs and holding her down,” UNT Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Scott Belshaw said.
Oregon Dog Reunites With Texas Family After Owner DiesThree weeks has felt like a lifetime for Susan Cox, who reunited with her son’s dog on Wednesday afternoon.
All Baylor Scott & White Workers Required To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine By OctoberAll Baylor Scott & White employees and various other staff will be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by Oct. 1, 2021, the hospital system announced Wednesday.

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