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Dallas Officer Who Works At Headquarters Is Department's 8th Positive Case Of CoronavirusA Dallas police officer who works at headquarters is the department's eighth positive case of the coronavirus, officials said Thursday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
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Ones For Texas: Local Resident Sets Up Community Table To Hand Out Food, Small Businesses Celebrate EasterA North Texas woman set up a table in her driveway to hand out food and necessities to those who need them. Locally-owned businesses are offering kits to celebrate Easter on Sunday.
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Religious Families Adjust To Their Churches Closing Due To CoronavirusReligious families in North Texas are adjusting after multiple churches closed their doors due to the coronavirus.
When Will You Get Your Stimulus Check? Within Days If You Have Direct Deposit, Far Longer If NotBy this time next week, an estimated 50 to 70 million Americans will likely have had a stimulus check from the federal government deposited into their bank account.
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Coronavirus In Texas: Zoom Privacy And Security IssuesAs millions of people work from home, a popular video app is facing mounting questions about privacy.
Does Heat Kill The Coronavirus?​Today’s highs in the 90s. For many people - this brings up the question will the heat and humidity kill the virus? ​
North Texas Company Producing Masks For Healthcare WorkersPrestige Ameritech has joined the Texas National Guard to produce much needed face masks.
Coronavirus In Texas: Smiley Dental Donating Dozens Of Boxes Full Of Unused Face MasksSmiley Dental and Orthodontics is donating dozens of boxes full of unused face masks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Texas: Over 1,000 Dallas Seniors Receiving Special Visits, Care BagsHundreds of people are receiving mid-day dinners in Dallas daily.
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Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastEarly morning showers are expected this Easter Sunday.
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2 Buc-ee’s Workers Test Positive For COVID-19Two Buc-ee’s workers in Ennis, Texas have tested positive for the coronavirus. The store notified the city’s health department about their status on April 7. Both workers traveled to Ennis from other locations on or about March 27 – 30, according to a release. Katie Johnston reports.

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