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Friday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Friday, July 23.
Investigators Looking Into Evidence Surrounding Plano House ExplosionThe site of the Plano house explosion is staying busy as different agencies have been brought in to help gather evidence.
Susan Wright, Jake Ellzey Campaign During Final Push In Runoff For North Texas Congressional SeatThe winner of Tuesday's election will complete the term of the late Republican congressman Ron Wright, Susan's husband.
Weekend Weather ForecastSome clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. Low 77F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.
2 Teens Dead, Another Injured After Shooting In Arlington, Police SayA shooting in Arlington Friday afternoon left two teenagers -- a 13-year-old and a 17-year-old -- dead and another injured, police said.
Dallas Man Arrested For Allegedly Robbing Couple At Gunpoint For Their PuppyForney Police have arrested one of three suspects in their late teens or twenties who allegedly stole a puppy a couple was trying to sell.
1 Dead After Man Fires Shots At Pickup Truck In Tom Thumb Parking Lot In RichardsonA murder investigation is underway after police said a man went up to a pickup truck in the parking lot of a Tom Thumb in Richardson and fired multiple shots Friday afternoon.
Report: Texas, Oklahoma To Declare Intent To Leave Big 12 As Soon As '24-48 Hours'The fate of the Big 12 is hanging in the balance as a source tells CBS Sports that the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners could announce their intent to leave the conference within "24-48 hours." Katie Johnston reports.
Passenger Killed, Driver Injured After Rollover Crash In McKinneyOne person is dead and another is seriously injured after a rollover crash in McKinney Thursday evening that may have involved speeding. Katie Johnston reports.
Weekend Weather ForecastPartly cloudy. High near 95F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.
Last Day For Dallas Mayor's COVID-19 Vaccine RaffleLast Day For Dallas Mayor's COVID-19 Vaccine Raffle
CBS 11 News Now: Friday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Friday morning.
Health Leaders Going All Out To Get People To Roll Up Their Sleeves For COVID VaccineHealth Leaders Going All Out To Get People To Roll Up Their Sleeves For COVID Vaccine
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Triple-Digit Temps Fast ApproachingWe've been dodging it all summer, but not anymore.
2 Dead From Untreatable 'Superbug' Fungus Reported At 2 Dallas HospitalsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday, July 22 they have evidence of an untreatable fungus spreading at two Dallas-area hospitals and a Washington, D.C, nursing home.
Plano Neighbors Don't Believe House Explosion Was IntentionalCBS 11 has learned eight homeowners have hired a law firm to conduct an independent investigation that will look for negligence on the part of the gas company which claims its system was operating properly on the day this happened.
Man Arrested In Dallas For Robbery And Carrying 'Hoax Bomb' Following StandoffOfficers responded to a theft of a vehicle in progress in the parking lot of an office building located in the 4100 block of North Central Expressway Service Road.
Rare Summer Spike In RSV Cases Reported In North TexasOutbreaks of the virus usually begin in October and last through March, but COVID-19 precautions may have delayed the normal RSV season.
Family Of Arlington Firefighter Elijah Snow Says He Was Kidnapped, Murdered At Cancun Resort The family of an Arlington firefighter believes he was kidnapped and murdered in Mexico, while on vacation with his wife to celebrate their 10-year wedding anniversary.
Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, July 22.
Health Experts Go Door To Door To Educate Dallas County Residents On COVID-19 VaccineIn Dallas County, health experts knocked on dozens of doors to get people to take the COVID-19 vaccine shot.
North Texas Authorities Give Tips To Avoid Becoming Victim Of Catalytic Converter TheftsCatalytic converter thefts are becoming all too common around North Texas, but local law enforcement say it's possible to help deter criminals from making you a victim.
ERCOT, PUC Give Update On Readiness Of Texas' Power Grid For SummerOn Thursday, the head of ERCOT and the state's Public Utility Commission gave an update on the grid's preparedness for the summer.

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