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Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news on Tuesday, August 11.
Dinner And A COVID-19 Test?A North Texas restaurant is offering it. CBS 11 photojournalist Mike Kinney shows us.
Car Line Stretches More Than A Mile At Fair Park Food GiveawayCBS 11's Robbie Owens reports.
When Can Texans Expect Extra $400 In Unemployment BenefitsI-Team reporter Brian New explains it's not an easy answer.
Colleyville's Dr. Steve Weinberg Says Big 12 Should Delay Football SeasonDr. Steve Weinberg of Colleyville was the former director of the Peace Corps during the SARS epidemic and has an opinion on what the Big 12 should do.
Dallas County Reports 30 More Coronavirus Deaths, But New Cases Drop Below 300 Dallas County Health and Human Services confirmed 298 more COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, bringing the total case count in the county to 55,553.
Health Concerns Could Impact Extracurricular Activities In Dallas CountyThe director of DCHHS rescinded his original health order. It is now just a recommendation.
North Texas School Resource Officers Embrace 'Counselor, Role Model' StatusBy the time kids are back in class, it will have been six months since some of them have have had daily interaction with an adult or role model they could trust.
Now Hiring: Uptick In Home Buying, Refinancing Has DFW Area Mortgage Company In 'Growth Mode'The historic drop in interest rateshas created a rush for new purchases and home refinancing, according to industry experts at Town Square Mortgage in the DFW area.
Texas High School Football Coaches Says Teams Can Play Safely During PandemicCBS 11 I-Team reporter Ginger Allen takes a look at the numbers.
Getting Kids Back On A School Sleep ScheduleBrooke Katz has more in this Ones for Wellness report.
Huge Lines Continue To Plague Mansfield Families Trying To Pick Up Technical Supplies For StudentsMore lines at Mansfield ISD on Tuesday (August 11, 2020) as families attempt to pick up Chromebooks, iPads, and other digital devices for students, after major headaches this past weekend.
North Texas Teacher Resigns Over COVID-19 ConcernsRebecca Asher, was a teacher at Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD's Ed Wilkie Middle School in Fort Worth for five years.
Joe Biden Picks California Sen. Kamala Harris As Running MateJoe Biden announced he has chosen California Senator Kamala Harris to be his running mate heading into November's presidential election, adding his former rival for the Democratic nomination to the ticket. Katie Johnston reports.
Street Art Scavenger HuntLooking for some outdoor fun? Then join Taryn Jones as she jumps into a Cadillac XT6 to find amazing masterpieces across the Metroplex. Check out the places we hit or explore your own. Don't forget to tag @eatseeplaydfw in your photos for a chance to be featured in our gallery.
Fresh Grocer: Meyer LemonsAlways store citrus on the counter, not in the fridge.
Lots Of Sunshine And Triple Digit HeatLots of sunshine. High near 100F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.
Dr Pepper Confirms Soda Shortage In COVID Times, Says 'Hang Tight!'It seems the rumors are true, there really is a shortage of Dr Pepper and the coronavirus pandemic is to blame. Katie Johnston reports.
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Interview: ‘Fair Park First’ Executive Director Talks About What to Expect At Mobile Food Pantry‘Fair Park First’ Executive Director Brian Luallen says more than 2,000 people are expected this morning.
Tuesday Morning Weather UpdateClear, 81° with a 5% chance of rain through 7 a.m.
North Texas Food Bank Holds Mobile Pantry At Fair ParkThe organization anticipates about 2,000 households coming through for help.
Tuesday Morning Weather ReportSunny. High near 100F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.
Back To School Weekly Supplies RoundupThere are several places offering free school supplies and even some personal protective gear too in North Texas this week.

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