A Dallas civil rights group says there will be protests if former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger is not convicted of murder for the September 2018 shooting death of Botham Jean.
Hottest Air Of The Year On The WayTemps in North Texas will reach the triple digits by the weekend.
North Texas Clinic Received $1.26 In Federal Coronavirus Relief While Big Hospitals Got Millions“It was very disappointing,” said owner Mac Okwah. “Here I am struggling to survive, doing everything I can, and seeing this check was just defeating.”
Texas Nurses Association CEO Weighs In On Why State Might Move Residents Out Of Nursing Home“Generally states will intervene if there’s an immediate danger to the residents,” Texas Nurses Association CEO Cindy Zolnierek said.
State Relocates Dozens Of Residents From North Texas Nursing HomeIt's still not clear why the state moved the residents from the Lake Worth Nursing Home
HHS Sec. Azar Talks Masks, TestingHealth and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar Interview Jack Fink
\Dog Found Seriously Injured By Arrow In DallasDallas Police are trying to track down whomever seriously injured a brindle pit bull-type dog.
North Texas Cities Holding Off On Testing Raw Sewage For CoronavirusSome cities around the country are testing samples of raw sewage to look for COVID-19 faster than human lab testing can.
Parents Say TEA Guidelines Aren't Making Decision On Sending Kids Back To School EasierParents have the choice of sending their children back to the classroom or have them do their learning online.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, July 8.
2020 Komen 'More Than Pink Walk' In Fort Worth Going VirtualOfficials with Susan G. Komen Greater Fort Worth announced that the 'More Than Pink Walk' will be held virtually this year.
Local Doctors Offices Getting Very Little Federal Aid During PandemicSome doctors offices report revenue is down about 50%.
Challenges Ahead For School Nurses During PandemicTexas schools are set to reopen in about a month.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar Discussed Feds Response To Texas During Coronavirus SurgeThe federal government is sending health care teams to Texas hospitals due to the COVID-19 Surge.
Dallas County Reports 1,029 New COVID-19 Cases, 16 More DeathsAmong the latest victims, a Grand Prairie woman in her 20s who had been critically ill in an area hospital, but did not have underlying high risk health conditions.
How A Garden Grows: Monarch WaystationButterfly gardening is a way to create, improve, and maintain habitat for lepidopterans including butterflies, skippers, and moths.
Attend Milestone University, Become A HVAC TechOn average Milestone HVAC Technicians earn about $80,000 (some make $100,000+) a year, according to their website.
Wednesday Evening Weather UpdateSome clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. A stray afternoon thunderstorm is possible. Low 79F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph.
Texas AG Sues San Antonio-Based Student Loan Debt Relief CompanyThe Texas Attorney General is warning college students to beware of loan debt relief companies.
State Investigates Lake Worth Nursing Home, More Than 60 Residents MovedAt least 20 of the residents have COVID-19, although it's not yet clear if that's why MedStar is moving them.
MedStar Relocating More Than 60 Lake Worth Nursing Home ResidentsMedStar is relocating about 63 residents from the Lake Worth Nursing Home. Katie Johnston reports.
Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott Helps Hand Over Check For $85k To The North Texas Food BankThe running back teamed up with CentreTX to raise money to help feed over 400,000 families in North Texas this summer. Katie Johnston reports.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar Interview Jack FinkHealth and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar Talks Masks And Testing In Interview With Jack Fink
Restaurant Refresh: Texas' Whataburger Ditches A-Frame Design For 'Fresh' LookWhataburger is expanding, and rolling out a new look that ditches its signature A-frame design for restaurant models and remodels using renewable resources and LED lighting. Katie Johnston reports.
Teacher's Union Has Issues With School Re-Opening PlanTeacher's Union Has Issues With School Re-Opening Plan