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West 7th Street Bridge In Fort Worth Blocked By ProtestersWest 7th Street Bridge In Fort Worth Blocked By Protesters
Hometown Golfer Franklin Corpening Looks Forward To Competing At Colonial Next MonthWhen PGA play returns in less than two weeks with the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, several golfers will return to the limelight.
Prayer Vigil Held In Front Of Dallas Police HQ After 'Heartbreaking' WeekA prayer vigil was held in front of Dallas Police Headquarters Sunday afternoon after a "heartbreaking" week throughout the nation following the in-custody death of George Floyd.
Erin Moran's Sunday Weather UpdateAnother day of nice, dry weather in North Texas with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.
Dallas Residents Clean Up Businesses That Were Smashed, LootedDallas residents once again started cleaning up businesses that were smashed and looted during a chaotic Saturday evening.
Curfew For Parts Of Dallas Begins SundayParts of Dallas will be under a curfew from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. starting Sunday for the next several days.
Dallas Protester: 'Whether We're Peaceful Or Whether We're Violent, We're Still Targets'"I know that that violence isn't the answer; but, you have to understand. The black community is tired. We are upset," one protester said during Saturday's events in Dallas.
Police Chief Renee Hall Announces Curfew For Areas Of DallasDallas Police Chief Renee Hall has announced a curfew for areas in and around the downtown area.
Police: Man Assaulted By Protesters In Dallas After Trying To "Protect His Neighborhood' (Discretion Advised)A graphic video of a man being assaulted by a group of people in the Victory Park area of Dallas Saturday has garnered millions of views as it happened during an evening of destruction, looting and arrests in the city.
Erin Moran's Weather ForecastThe nice, weekend weather continues Sunday with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.
Scattered Protesters Take Over Freeways, Smashed Windows Seen In DallasAfter a peaceful march earlier in the afternoon, Saturday evening saw protesters on freeways and smashed windows at various businesses.
CBS 11 News Now: Saturday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Saturday evening.
Erin Moran's Saturday Weather UpdateNice, dry weather continues in North Texas with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.
Cleanup Begins For Businesses In Dallas That Were Smashed, LootedBusinesses in the downtown area of Dallas and in Deep Ellum have started the cleanup process after they were smashed and looted the night before as protests were marred by destruction.
Protests Continue In Downtown Dallas Near City HallTensions grew between protesters and officers after a march Saturday that had remained mostly peaceful earlier in the afternoon.
Dallas Mayor, Police Chief Address Friday Night's Protests In Downtown AreaDallas Mayor Eric Johnson and Police Chief Renee Hall held a news conference Saturday afternoon to address Friday night's protests in the downtown area that were marred by destruction, looting and tensions with police.
Police Chief Renee Hall: 'All Of A Sudden Bricks Started Hitting Our Squad Car'Police Chief Renee Hall says 'We will not be the target.'
Reporter Steve Pickett Overcome By Tear Gas Covering Protest In DallasThings were very calm for the first few hours, but around 9:30 p.m., demonstrators got rowdy and wouldn't get out of the street.
Dallas Protest Starts Off Peaceful, Turns TenseThe solidarity rally for George Floyd were very calm for the first few hours, but around 9:30 p.m., demonstrators got rowdy and wouldn't get out of the street at one point and police tossed a tear gas canister in a crowd.
Texas GOP Activist Allen West Speaks About His Motorcycle CrashWhile he has ridden a motorcycle since 1985, West said he's now giving that up.
Friday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Friday, May 29.
Retired Lt. Col. Allen West Talks About Motorcycle CrashBruised, banged up, and back home recovering from a motorcycle crash in Central Texas, Retired Lt. Col. Allen West said Friday just being able to do an interview is a blessing from God.
Furloughs And Layoffs Have People Getting Creative To Generate IncomeSide hustles are rising in popularity and one North Texas couple is making lawn furniture.
2020 Graduates: 6PM Segment May 292020 Graduates: 6PM Segment May 29

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