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CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
Wild Wednesday: Tumpeter HornbillWild Wednesday: Tumpeter Hornbill
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
No Real Relief In Sight From The HeatWe could hit 100 degrees again on Wednesday.
Candace Valenzuela Leads Kim Olson In Texas US House District 24 Democratic Primary RunoffThe winner takes on former Irving Mayor and Republican candidate Beth Van Duyne.
North Texas Superintendents Scrambling To Have Plan For Back To School During PandemicGov. Greg Abbott says school districts will have flexibility to start school virtually if COVID-19 cases make it unsafe.
MJ Hegar Leads Royce West In Texas US Senate Democratic Primary Runoff ElectionThe winner of this runoff election takes on incumbent Republican Senator John Cornyn.
Dangerous Heat Sticking Around DFWHighs are at or near the triple digits.
Second Stimulus Check During Pandemic Could Go Out As Early As AugustUnder the proposed legislation, each member of a household would receive $1,200, including children, up to a maximum family limit of $6,000.
Grand Prairie ISD To Rename Robert E. Lee Elementary For Longtime Educator Delmas MortonDelmas Morton served the schoolchildren of Grand Prairie ISD for more than 40 years as a teacher and principal.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Asking Parents For Patience Regarding Back To School PlansThe COVID-19 pandemic is forcing school districts to be flexible.
Dallas County Reports 20 More Coronavirus Deaths And 1,000 New CasesThe county also reported 1,000 additional COVID-19, bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 35,914.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, July 14.
Governor Abbott Talks About Schools ReopeningGovernor Greg Abbott spoke exclusively to CBS 11 News about schools opening in the fall.
Local Officials To Take Over Dallas County Testing SitesDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says tomorrow the county will end its coronavirus testing agreement with the federal government and local officials will take over.
Dallas ISD Police Officer Goes Home After 101 Days Hospitalized With Coronavirus“You can beat this thing. It took me a hundred days to do it. Actually today is the 101st day!” Sgt. Vincente Remediz said.
Many Parent Conflicted About Student's Return To SchoolIt’s decision week for a lot of parents who remain uncertain about whether to send their children back to school or allow them to learn from home.
'Say Their Names' Exhibit On Display At Lake Highlands High SchoolA public exhibit displayed along a fence at Lake Highlands High School is getting local attention, some of it good, but some of it rejection.
Now Hiring: DFW Area Burlington Stores Look To Fill About 200 PositionsA regional VP said the pay as competitive and the jobs are both full-time and part-time.
Mask Solution For Deaf During PandemicFor those who are deaf or hard of hearing, some information can get lost behind the masks.
Taking Care Of Your BackBrooke Katz has The Ones For Wellness report.
Madeline Swegle, The Navy's 1st Black Female Fighter Pilot, Is Stationed In TexasThe United States Navy is welcoming its first Black female fighter pilot and she's stationed in South Texas. Officials with the Navy confirm Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle made a final flight on a T-45C Goshawk to complete her undergraduate Tactical Air training. Katie Johnston reports.
Kroger Grocery Stores Will No Longer Give Change In Coins Amid ShortageDon't expect to receive change in coins when you go to one grocery store. Kroger, a supermarket chain with hundreds of locations in Texas alone, has stopped giving customers coin change, citing the nationwide shortage of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarter in circulation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Texas Teens Overdose On Benadryl After Following TikTok Video ChallengeThree teens were treated at Cook Children’s after ingesting excessive amounts of Benadryl thanks to a TikTok video encouraging them to take the over-the-counter medication. Katie Johnston reports.

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