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News Now: August 7, 2020Waking up a bit late and missed your morning news broadcasts? Watch News Now to catch up!
Get Ready For A ScorcherPlenty of sunshine and humidity. High 99F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph. Hot, hot, hot.
Tarrant County Drive-Thru Back to School Roundup UnderwayThis year's Tarrant County Back To School Roundup looks a little different given current COVID times.
Where Is Carolyn Ray Riggins?A search party is planned Friday for missing 69-year-old Grandmother Carolyn Ray Riggins.
Friday Morning Weather ForecastMostly sunny. High 99F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.
NTX Mayors Y'all Wear A Mask RoundtableFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams, North Richland Hills Mayor Oscar Trevino, And Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley Participa
Triple-Digit Temps On The Way BakIt's going to be a very hot weekend.
Clinical Trial Involving Synthetic Antibodies Underway In North TexasCBS 11's Brooke Katz reports.
Love And Respect Shared At Vigil For Popular Rockwall School Resource Officer Tracy GainesOfficer Gaines, who died of COVID-19, most recently served as a School Resource Officer at Rockwall High School.
Mansfield Community Groups Rally To Support Online LearningAs districts struggle to craft plans to start the new school, many are opting for online classes only for the first few weeks.
Fort Worth To Provide Permanent Housing For Coronavirus-Vulnerable Homeless PeopleThe new units will provide housing for high-risk COVID-19-vulnerable and disabled people experiencing chronic homelessness.
Dallas County Reports Fewest New COVID-19 Cases Since June 1; Another Man In His 40s With No Underlying Conditions DiesThe new units will provide housing for high-risk COVID-19-vulnerable and disabled people experiencing chronic homelessness.
'Y'all Wear A Mask' Campaign Spreading In Tarrant CountyTarrant County residents are required to wear masks in businesses at least until August 31.
Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, August 6.
Make-A-Wish Foundation Sets Up Gallery Of Art Created By Kids At Dallas GalleriaThe Make-A-Wish Foundation set up a gallery of art created by children at the Dallas Galleria.
City Ditches 5-Year-Old Growth And Development 'Plano Tomorrow' PlanThe city hopes to have another plan put together by early next year but whether it will be presented to voters has yet to be decided.
Army Secretary Discusses Changes Needed At Fort Hood Following Recent DeathsArmy Secretary Ryan McCarthy spoke candidly Thursday about the changes needed at Fort Hood following recent deaths.
Texas Gov. Abbott, Medical Experts Urge Getting Flu Vaccines Early During PandemicGov. Greg Abbott and medical experts in Dallas urged residents on Thursday to get a flu vaccine early this year as the upcoming season coincides with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now Hiring: DFW Area Boots And Western Wear Company Branching OutTecovas is a relatively new company specializing in boots and western wear.
Thursday Evening Weather UpdateMainly clear. Low 79F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph.
Ones For Wellness: Broken Heart SyndromeStress cardiomyopathy, also referred to as the “broken heart syndrome,” is a condition in which intense emotional or physical stress can cause rapid and severe heart muscle weakness (cardiomyopathy).
President Trump Suggests NRA Should Move To Texas After Lawsuit Alleging 'Fraud And Abuse'President Donald Trump on Thursday suggested the National Rifle Association should move to Texas after a lawsuit was filed against the organization by the New York attorney general. Katie Johnston reports.
Texas Gov. Abbott Gives Update On State's Response To COVID-19, Upcoming Flu SeasonTexas Gov. Greg Abbott holds a news conference at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas on the state's response to COVID-19, as well as the upcoming flu season.
Texas Man Accused Of Spending COVID-19 Relief Funds On Lamborghini, Strip ClubsA Texas man is accused of fraudulently obtaining more than $1.6 million in COVID-19 relief funds and spending it on items such as a Lamborghini and at strip clubs, the Department of Justice said. Katie Johnston reports.

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