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Drive-By Shooting In Dallas Leaves 1 DeadA suspect is being sought after a woman was killed in a drive-by shooting in Dallas early Wednesday morning, police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Ones For Texas: Local Science Teacher Sings For Her Students While Teaching OnlineA science teacher at Mabank Junior High School found a way to engage with her students as she teaches them through a computer.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
More Summer-Like Weather WednesdayWe could come close to 90 degrees on Wednesday before things cool off a bit.
North Texas Businesses Getting Creative To Keep Going During The Coronavirus OutbreakMost small businesses are struggling, so their owners are thinking on their feet to stay in business.
Dallas County Coronavirus Testing Extended, Results Taking Longer Than Some ExpectWilliam Johnstone has had body aches, a cough and off-and-on fever since March 26. His mother took the 15-year-old to the AAC for a COVID-19 test on April 1 and still hasn’t received the results.
Latest Numbers Of Coronavirus Cases In North TexasA county by county look at the numbers.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, April 7.
Coronavirus In Texas:' We're All Hurting Right Now'"There is no need to feel guilty," says Roshini Kumar, a Licensed Professional Counselor and Clinical Therapist with Children's Health. "We are all dealing with it, together. We are all sad, we are all angry...we are all in denial."​
Missing Out: The Emotional Side Of CoronavirusLots of dreams and plans are changed or put on hold indefinitely these days.
Coronavirus In Texas: The Sometimes Lengthy Wait For Test ResultsWaiting for COVID-19 test results can agonizing for people, but it can also be very frustrating when it takes a lot longer than promised.
Tarrant County Officials Ratify Shelter At Home Order Extension Until April 30Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley issued an executive order extending shelter at home orders until April 30 and county commissioners are expected to approve it during a meeting Tuesday morning.
Ones For Texas: Big Joe WalkerA local musician has joined the Better Business Bureau to help make people smile.
Unemployment Frustrations Building For Many North TexansHundreds of additional call takers will start up this week to help with the record number of Texans trying to file unemployment claims.
Lab Offers Test Showing If You've Had COVID-19This week, one Fort Worth lab started offering a new test that can reveal if a person has had COVID-19 in the past, even if they never experienced symptoms.
Dallas County Commissioners Vote To Limit Jenkins' AuthorityDallas County commissioners voted to temporarily scale back some of county Judge Clay Jenkins' emergency powers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Taking A Toll On Minority CommunitiesMore than 40% of all the coronavirus cases in Dallas County are minority men and women.
Now Hiring: Pizza Hut Looking To Bring On 30K New EmployeesThe salaries and hourly wages vary depending on the position and they've accelerated the hiring process.
Now Hiring: Pizza Hut Looking To Bring On 30K New EmployeesThe salaries and hourly wages vary depending on the position and they've accelerated the hiring process.
With Fewer Drivers On Road, Some Auto Insurers To Offer Refunds To CustomersAs millions of Americans remain under stay-at-home orders, several auto insurance companies have vowed to issue refunds to customers.
Time For A Construction Paper HugA North Texan got creative since she couldn't visit a loved on in the hospital.
Nice, Warm Weather Is Back For A BitThe quick warm up rolls on with highs in the upper 80s.
The Ones For Wellness: Keeping Kids Healthy At HomeIt's recommended the entire family do activities together.

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