Families in Dallas are getting ready for the first day of classes at the Mayor's Back To School Fair. Families started lining up as early as 3 a.m. to take advantage of the free event, but the fair officially begins at 8:00 a.m.
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Travel Guru Shares Ideas On Last-Minute Holiday TravelKen Molestina reports.
Be Wary Of Online Puppy Purchases; Veterinarian Group Says Pet Scams Are Rampant, Particularly In Texas"A lot of people were turning to animals as a form of therapy," said Lily Velez, the author of the Puppy Scam Report. "And unfortunately, a lot of the scam artists saw an opportunity to put up these fraudulent puppy sites."
New Texas Rules Requiring Oil And Gas Producers To Winterize Not In Time For This WinterRegulators of Texas' oil and gas industry that buckled during February's deadly freeze moved Tuesday toward making some producers more prepared for cold weather in the future.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, Nov. 30.
Resale Shop Benefitting SafeHaven Domestic Violence Survivors Closed Following 'Significant' BurglaryBerry Good Buys, the resale shop benefitting the women and children of the largest emergency domestic violence shelter in Tarrant County has closed after it was burglarized.
Dallas Receives Largest Park Donation Since 1938Mayor Eric Johnson on Tuesday announced that Oncor Electric Delivery is donating 110 acres of land, including Parkdale Lake, to the City’s Park and Recreation system.
Great Weather For Picking Out Christmas TreesIt still doesn't feel like we're close to winter around North Texas most days.
COVID-19 Sequencing Lab Ready To Test For Omicron VariantAt this point it has not been confirmed in Texas or the U.S.
Giving Tuesday: CBS 11 I-Team Digs Into Where Money You Give GoesGinger Allen and the I-Team have some tips on how to pick charities to donate to.
Oh Poop! Suspect Wanted For Arson In Southlake After Blowing Up Porta Potty With FireworksPolice in Southlake are looking for an arsonist who used fireworks to cause an explosion inside a porta potty. Katie Johnston reports.
Fort Worth Leaders Ring In Salvation Army's North Texas Red Kettle CampaignAll donations to the organization’s Red Kettle campaign goes directly back into the DFW community to help those fighting poverty, addiction and homelessness.
Raw Video: Suspect Wanted In Southlake For Blowing Up Porta Potty With FireworksPolice in Southlake are looking for an arsonist who used fireworks to cause an explosion inside a porta potty.
Little Elm High School Students, Parents Asked To Attend Listening Session Following Protests About Sexual Assault AllegationLittle Elm High School students and parents were asked to attend a listening session following weeks of uproar and student protests about how the district handled a sexual assault allegation.
Warm Week Ahead - Midday WeatherBrittany Raney midday weather forecast.
TCU Introduces Sonny Dykes As New Head Football CoachFollowing weeks of speculation, Sonny Dykes introduced as TCU's new coach after four seasons at SMU.
Around Texas: Nov. 30, 2021Around Texas: Nov. 30, 2021
Wife And Children Of Deceased Off-Duty Euless Detective Alex Cervantes Still In HospitalThe wife and two children of Euless Police Detective Alejandro “Alex” Cervantes remain seriously injured.
Local Doctors Watching New COVID Variant CarefullyThere are still about 1 million people in the metroplex who are eligible for the COVID vaccine that haven't gettne it.
Fresh Grocer: Red Chili PeppersIn general red peppers are sweeter than green ones. They have spend longer time on the plant and have matured from green to red.
Tuesday Morning Weather UpdateSun and clouds mixed. High around 75F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph.
Monday 10PM Weather UpdateExpect unseasonably warm temperatures for this week with a chance of rain on the weekend.
New York Times Names Euless The Best Place To Live In The USSeveral other North Texas cities made the top 10, but only Euless made the top of the list for its economic conditions, schools, and diversity.
Public Health Experts Say Dallas Cowboys COVID Outbreak Shows Pandemic Far From OverThe Dallas Cowboys’ COVID outbreak is one of the biggest in the NFL this season. Public health experts say it shows that the pandemic is far from over.
Dallas Health Officials Waiting To See If Holiday Break Causes Jump In InfectionsCOVID infections are down for now, but are we about to face a surge? Experts say travel and lack of vaccination more a risk than specific variants.