Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) employees didn't get quite enough "stuffing" during Thanksgiving. Katie Johnston reports.

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Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastThe typical Texas heat in July continues with a Heat Advisory in effect until Sunday evening.
Despite Heat, North Texans Still Taking Opportunity To Go OutdoorsNorth Texans are still taking any chance they can get to be outdoors despite scorching temperatures.
2 Texas Officers Killed While Responding To Domestic Disturbance CallTwo Texas police officers were shot and killed Saturday after responding to a domestic disturbance call, authorities said.
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Jeff Ray's Saturday Weather UpdateA Heat Advisory remains in effect through Sunday evening.
1 Dead, 1 Critical After Shooting On Dallas Pedestrian BridgeOne person is dead and another is in critical condition after a shooting on the Ron Kirk pedestrian bridge in Dallas early Saturday morning, police said.
Dallas County Reports Over 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases For 9th Straight DayDallas County on Saturday reported 1,101 new cases of COVID-19 and four more deaths.
Scott Padgett's Weekend Weather ForecastNorth Texas will be under a Heat Advisory through at least Sunday evening.
Texas Doctor Says Man Died After Attending 'COVID Party'A doctor in Texas said a young man died after he said he went to a "COVID party."
Texas GOP Chair Says Party Could Consider Censure Resolution Against Gov. Abbott At State ConventionTexas GOP Chairman James Dickey said Friday the state party could consider a censure resolution against Gov. Greg Abbott for his response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Texas Study Looks To Track Spread Of COVID-19 Among MinoritiesIn North Texas and around the nation, COVID-19 is having a disproportionate impact in minority communities. Now, a massive local study looks to determine exactly why. ​
CBS 11 News Now: Friday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Friday evening.
Frisco Teens Fundraise To Buy Gift Cards For Frontline WorkersAfter months of watching police officers, firefighters, grocery store workers and others on the front lines, the two Frisco teens wanted to find a way to support them.
Runoff Candidates Kim Olson, Candace Valenzuela Make Case For 24th Congressional SeatDemocratic runoff candidates Kim Olson and Candace Valenzuela are making their case to voters to challenge Republican Beth Van Duyne for the open seat in the 24th Congressional District.
Texas Bar Owners File Lawsuit Against Gov. Abbott For Shutdown OrderBar owners in Dallas and other Texas cities are filing a lawsuit against Gov. Greg Abbott for an order that shut them down again during the pandemic.
Search For 2 Teenagers Missing Near Possum Kingdom Lake Turns To Recovery MissionThe recovery effort underway near Possum Kingdom Lake is for two teenagers who were swept away while fishing with a friend near the spillway.
North Texas Vet Says COVID-19 Isn't Major Threat To PetsDr. Steve Hotchkiss of The PARC Vet explains why COVID-19 in pets isn't as worrisome as it would be in humans.
Erin Moran's Weather UpdateA Heat Advisory will be in effect through the weekend in North Texas
Candace Valenzuela Interview With Jack FinkFormer school board trustee Candace Valenzuela talked with CBS 11's Jack Fink to make her case for the 24th Congressional seat.
Kim Olson Interview With Jack FinkRetired Air Force pilot and Col. Kim Olson talked with CBS 11's Jack Fink to make her case for the 24th Congressional seat.
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Texas Deputy Shot Several Times Recovering, Officials Await ID Of Body Found In Burned HouseA body is found in a house that burned to the ground after a Parker County Sheriff's deputy and police officer with the Reno [Texas] Police Department are both shot while responding to a domestic disturbance late Thursday night. The officers were shot after they responded to a call from a woman asking for help.
Dallas County Tax Offices Ending Face-To-Face Interactions, Closing All Offices To The PublicSaying the move is being made 'in the interest of public health', there will no longer by any face-to face transactions at Dallas County Tax Office locations. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Friday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Friday morning.

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