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Texas High School Football Player Attacks Referee After Being Ejected From GameFrightening moments on a Texas football field after a high school player, in full pads, charged and slammed into a referee after being ejected from the game. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Friday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Friday morning.
Houston PD Bust Suspected Smuggling Ring, Rescue Dozens Found In Their UnderwearHouston PD Bust Suspected Smuggling Ring, Rescue Dozens Found In Their Underwear
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Sunny And Warmer FridayThings get even warmer next week.
Former Wylie HS Soccer Star Sarah Fuller Talks About Her 1st Experience On GridironFuller was the first woman to play in a Power 5 conference college football game last weekend.
Pandemic Doesn't Stop Grapevine's Lighted Christmas Parade, But Does Change ItThe floats and bands taking part in the Grapevine tradition remained stationary on Main Street, so spectators could safely drive by in their own cars.
Business Occupancy Rollbacks Triggered In North Texas After 7 Straight Days Of High COVID-19 Hospitalization RatesDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said in order for the rollbacks to make a difference, everyone will need to exercise personal responsibility.
North Texas Man Returns From Remote Island After 9 MonthsRobbie Owens has his story.
Dallas Performing Arts School Adjusts During COVID-19Erin Jones reports on Booker T. Washington High School For The Performing And Visual Arts.
Southwest Airlines Says Thousands Of Employees May Need To Be FurloughedSouthwest Airlines says it's been talking with its employee unions for months about temporary cost savings.
Business Occupancy Rollbacks Triggered In North Texas Due To 7 Days Of High COVID-19 Hospitalization RatesGovernor Greg Abbott has previously said in an Executive Order that if COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to exceed 15% for seven days in a row, then business openings will have to be scaled back.
Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, Dec. 3.
NFR Visits Fort Worth Stockyards' Mule Alley"Get your cowboys on!" Photojournalist Mike Kinney has the story.
Some North Texas Community Clinics Dealing With Overload Of Care Beyond COVID-19Steve Pickett reports.
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'We Are Essential For Joy, Hope And Peace': North Texas' Uptown Carolers Going Virtual This ChristmasAs the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented many public gatherings, a group of Christmas carolers has adapted to 2020 to spread some cheer to those stuck at home.
Beware Of Scammers Shopping For Your Personal InformationWhen a phony Amazon email came across the I-Team's desk, they set out to outsmart the scammer.
Weather On Wheels: First Virtual EditionToday marked the first virtual Weather On Wheels segment - yay!
Hour By Hour ForecastSome clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. Low 33F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
Ones For Wellness: Keep Your Medicine Cabinet StockedHere are some tips on what every well-stocked medicine cabinet should contain.
'Crisis Level': Collin County Food Pantry Distributes Nearly 30 Times Usual Supply Last Month"We are focused on how can we sustain this level of distribution and it will take unprecedented generosity in 2021 to sustain that," said Community Lifeline Center CEO Scott Elliott.
17-Year-Old Lorenzo Armstrong Jr. Arrested After Social Media 'Friend Request' Prompts Jealousy, Violence Detectives have charged 17-year-old Lorenzo Armstrong Jr. with Capital Murder of Multiple Persons as well as Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon for allegedly killing two people, and wounding another in the leg. Katie Johnston reports.
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