The heavy rain flooded roads, stranded cars and revealed a possible sinkhole near I-35W.

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Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateIt's going to be a warm Wednesday, but temperatures will fall slightly as we get to the weekend.
3 Dead After Their Car Crashes, Breaks In Half, Drops 50 Feet Off BridgeThree young men died after their car broke in half with its front end trough and engine firewall staying on Great Trinity Forest Parkway and the passenger compartment and rear going over the side wall; dropping 50 feet off the bridge to the grass area below. Katie Johnston reports
Elderly Man Sentenced To Prison For Fake Oil Well Scheme In TexasAn 80-year-old man is headed to prison for running a fraudulent oil well scheme that cost investors nearly $2 million. Katie Johnston reports.
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
Jon Kitna Returns To AT&T StadiumDesmond Purnell reports
Sunny And Warm WednesdayExpect a high close to 90 degrees.
CDC Recommends Staying Put For Thanksgiving During Pandemic“We need to change the rules for this one year, maybe two years,” said Dr. David Winter, an internal medicine physician at Baylor Scott &White Health.
State Senate Race Headed For A Runoff Between Shelley Luther And Drew SpringerState Rep. Drew Springer finished ahead of salon owner Shelley Luther by less than 100 votes.
Trump, Biden Discuss Coronavirus Response In First DebateAs the discussion about the Supreme Court quickly turned to COVID-19, Trump claimed that 2 million people would have died if Biden were president.
North Texas Students Watch Debate As Lesson In PoliticsSMU students watched the debate outdoors.
First Trump, Biden Debate Veers From 'How You Doing?' To 'Will You Shut Up?'Within 15 minutes, the interruptions and talking over one another at Tuesday's presidential debate had deteriorated to the point that Biden blurted out, “Will you shut up, man?”
Phantom Call Crackdown UnderwayThe Federal Trade Commission announced a nationwide crackdown on phantom and abusive debt collectors on Tuesday.
Tarrant Area Food Bank Expands Mega Mobile Markets To Battle Food InsecurityThe Tarrant Area Food Bank is expanding their Mobile Markets and Mega Mobile Markets throughout the county this week to help battle food insecurity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Texas Mom Gives Birth To First Child After Battling Coronavirus, Spending 13 Days On Ventilator While PregnantTwo months after Pooja Charaniya’s recovery, she returned to the hospital on July 22 and delivered a healthy baby weighing 5 pounds, 1 ounce.
Botham Jean's Mother Back In Dallas To Celebrate His BirthdayBotham Jean, who was shot and killed by a Dallas Police officer who mistook his apartment for her own, would have turned 29 on Tuesday.
SMU Director Of Debate Talks Trump, BidenPresident Trump and Joe Biden will participate in the first of three debates Tuesday night.
Ones For Wellness: Healthy LungsGood dental hygiene, exercise and drinking water are good for your lungs.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, September 29.
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Still No $1,200 Stimulus Payment? IRS Sets October 15 DeadlineMore than 9,000,000 Americans have still not received a federal stimulus check more than five months after the IRS began sending out the $1,200 payments.
As North Texas Firefighters Return, More Head Out To Fight California WildfiresNearly 170 firefighters from across Texas flew out Tuesday morning, headed to California to help battle the historic wildfires sweeping across that state.
Dallas Outreach Ministry Helping Thousand Feed Their FamiliesSteve Pickett reports.
Tarrant County Voters Dropping Off Mail-In BallotsJason Allen reports

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