At Dallas ISD's downtown City Lab High, a holiday tradition became a learning tool as students staged a unique 'Polar Express' event for younger scholars Thursday.

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CBS 11 News Now: Tuesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Tuesday morning.
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Sunny And Cooler TuesdayThe high may not hit 80 degrees.
More Help On The Way From North TexasAs the historic wildfires in California continue to spread, Texas is sending another wave of help. Nearly 170 firefighters from across the state are flying out to California tomorrow morning.
Texas Sheriff Indicted For Tampering With Evidence In Death Of Man In CustodyA grand jury indicted Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody on charges accusing him of destroying or concealing video in an investigation into the death of a Black man in police custody.
'Scheme To Defraud' Lawsuit Could Delay Frisco’s $2B Wade Park Development Even FurtherIt was supposed to be a $2 billion, 175-acre mixed-use real estate development at Lebanon Road and Dallas North Tollway in Frisco.
Garland ISD Launches 'Ask A Doctor' Weekly Webinar For Parents, Students During Pandemic“Now that we're back in school, what we're seeing is a lot of our students are having emotional issues of what is occurred over the past couple of months."
Ones For Texas: Extended Interview On Kidney DonationJon Seidl of Frisco says he has a reason to donate one of his. "We got 25 extra years with my step-dad because his sister, my aunt, selflessly donated her kidney," explained Seidl.
Many Not Following SMU Safety Guidelines At Football GameFans were supposed to wear face coverings. Many did not.
Many Not Following SMU Football Game PoliciesFans older than 3 were required to wear face coverings. Many did not.
Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, September 28.
Dallas ISD Teachers Launches New School Year In Place Full Of Sweet MemoriesRobbie Owens reports on kindergarten teacher Margaret Martinez.
North Texas Boys, Ages 5 And 7, Fend For Themselves For Days After Their Mom Collapses & Dies At HomeTeachers in one North Texas school district are being praised for sending police to the home of two students after they'd missed class for several days.
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Ones For Texas: North Texas Man Is Donating Kidney To A StrangerMadison Sawyer has John Seidl's story.
Long Wait Times For Some, Nothing But A Good Time For Others At Drive-Thru State Fair Of Texas The lines to get into the State Fair of Texas’ drive through experience wrapped around Fair Park this past weekend. It was a sold out event.
3 Killed In South Dallas CrashIt happened in the Pleasant Grove area of Dallas known for racing.
In-Person Classes Resume In Arlington ISDNot every student who wanted to come back, go to do so on Monday.
Yom Kippur Observance Continues Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe celebrations make look different, but people of the Jewish faith are still observing one of the holiest days in Judaism.
“Scheme To Defraud” Lawsuit Could Delay Frisco’s $2B Wade Park Development Even FurtherIt's175 acres of some of the most expensive property in all of taxes. Today it is filled with stagnant rainwater.
Monday Weather UpdateClear. Windy this evening. Low 52F. NNW winds at 20 to 30 mph, decreasing to 5 to 10 mph.

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