A North Texas mother of 10 is sharing her advice on homeschooling during the coronavirus pandemic.
GOP Demonstrates In Front Of Dallas City Hall Day Before Vote On Cutting Police OTAbout 40 area Republican party leaders and members held a defend the police protest in front of Dallas City Hall one day before council members will vote whether to cut $7M from the police department's overtime budget next year.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, September 22.
Community's 'Quarantine Project' Creates Pop-Up Bookstore Benefitting University Park Public LibraryBooks earmarked for donation to the University Park Public Library have piled up since the coronavirus crept from spring into summer.
Children's Cancer Awareness MonthMeet Will McKie, at only 10 years old he's a fierce warrior.
Salute To Teachers: September 22 - 5PMSalute To Teachers: September 22 - 5PM
Parent Diaries 3: Preparing Children For Return To School During COVID-19 PandemicMore schools will open their doors in the coming weeks, allowing students on campus for the first time in six months. The transition could be tricky, so we asked parents how they prepared their kids to go back to class.
Duncanville HS Versus Nolan Catholic High Football Game Canceled Due To COVID-19Friday Night Lights won't be happening for two North Texas high school football teams because of a coronavirus outbreak.
Widower Of Plano Jogger Killed In Random Attack Opens Up: 'It's Important For People To Know Her Story'"For us to kind of look around and feel her presence all the time... It’s important for people to know her story and what she stood for," widower Arindam Roy said.
Now Hiring: Baylor Scott & White HealthBaylor Scott & White Health (BSWH) is the largest not-for-profit health care system in Texas and one of the largest in the United States.
Tuesday Evening Weather UpdateCloudy with a 15% chance of rain through 5 pm
Ones For Wellness: Too Much Screen Time Means Increase In Childhood MyopiaToo much “screen time” and not enough sunlight can impact vision.
Dallas ISD Offering Classes Reflecting Hispanic HeritageAbout 70% of Dallas ISD’s total student body is Hispanic and because of this, the district has made an effort to offer classes reflective of their heritage.
Dallas Police Expand Camera Network That's Helped Cut Down On CrimeThe Dallas Police Department is touting the expansion of a camera network that will be used to monitor activity in high crime areas.
Fresh Grocer: Green BeansNot only are green beans a nice, crunchy, low-calorie food but also they provide many key nutrients.
11AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks11AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Of The 63 Bed Bath & Beyond Stores Set To Close By The End Of The Year 4 Are In TexasToday the company announced the first 63 locations that will close by the end of the year. Katie Johnston reports.
Trick-Or-Treating, Costume Masks And Halloween Parties Discouraged By CDC This YearThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued its first guidance for the holidays, including Halloween, amid the raging coronavirus pandemic in a new posting on its website Monday night. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Tuesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Tuesday morning.
Texas Wesleyan Offering Scholarships For Online GamersTexas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth is one of more than 200 colleges in the country that offers scholarships for online gaming. And director Eugene Frier says their program is built to make sure students have the tools they need to succeed.
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Strong Rain Chances TuesdayAbout a 60% chance of rain on Tuesday, then 20% on Wednesday.
State Fair Of Texas Helping Workers Find JobsWith no fair this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of people are missing out on a month of work .
Approved For COVID-19 Rent Assistance, Some Tenants Still May Not Get Financial Help"For landlords to turn away help that tenants have gone through a lot of hoops to try and provide to meet their obligations is really hard to understand.”