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Pup Named 'Charlotte' Reunited With Owner After Arlington Police Find Stolen SUVA dog named "Charlotte" was reunited with her family after car thieves stole their SUV while the pet was inside. Katie Johnston reports.
Southland Conference Postpones Fall Sports To Spring 2021The Southland Conference has decided to postpone fall sports to the spring semester due to issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials announced Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
AMC Plans To Open 100+ U.S. Theaters By August 20, Including Several North Texas LocationsAMC Theaters has announced that it plans to reopen approximately two-thirds of its U.S. locations by September 3. And 100+ U.S. theaters, including more than half-a-dozen in North Texas, will reopen by August 20. Katie Johnston reports.
Furloughs At The Dallas Zoo As COVID-19 Affects Future Financial Forecastshe COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in temporary and permanent job reductions being made at the Dallas Zoo. Katie Johnston reports.
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Brutal Heat Here To Stay Through WeekWe'll have highs over 100 degrees each of the next four days.
Delaying Decision On STAAR Test Could Cost Texas Tens Of MillionsWhile school districts are still figuring out how to operate this fall there is a debate brewing about standardized testing in the spring.
Suspected Drunk Driver Crashes Through Fence, Into Backyard Swimming Pool In ArlingtonPolice said the driver lost control in the 3500 block of S. Center Street, crashed through a fence and into a pool.
North Texas Infant Found Dead In Bucket Of Tar, Parents ArrestedCollin County deputies were dispatched to a home in Princeton, regarding the possibility of an unreported death of an infant.
Pandemic Protection: DART Offering Free Face Masks, Hand Sanitizer To RidersDallas Area Rapid Transit has begun installing face mask and hand sanitizer dispensers on all buses, light rail vehicles and streetcars.
Nearly 3,000 Fans Watch FC Dallas Play In Person For First Time During PandemicAccording to FC Dallas, 2,912 fans attended Wednesday's match against Nashville SC at Toyota Stadium.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, August 12.
Dallas Skyline HS Baseball Players Making Up For Lost Time With Summer Showcase GamesWith COVID-19 having cut the 2020 high school baseball season short, four players from Skyline High School are determined to make up for lost time.
Covid And The Classroom: Segment 3 WednesdayThe I-Team takes a look at STAAR testing delays.
Covid And The Classroom: Segment 2 WednesdaySome families are looking at hiring nannies while their kids work online.
Covid And The Classroom: Segment 1 WednesdayNicole Nielsen takes a behind the scenes look at online teaching.
Texas Parents Considering Nannies To Help With Kids’ Online Learning During PandemicA growing concern for working parents has become whether to hire outside help to look after their kids who are taking classes virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dallas Attorney Describes History Made With Sorority Sister, Sen. Kamala Harris As VP PickJoe Biden's choice of Kamala Harris as the Democratic vice presidential candidate rings with pride for a Dallas attorney who was also the U.S. senator's sorority sister.
Prosper ISD Welcomes Back Students, More Than 30% Opt Out Of In-Person LearningWednesday was the first day of school for Prosper ISD and the district reports 61% of elementary and 67% of secondary students participated in in-person learning.
Visitors Tag Railroad Museum Before ExpansionPeople are leaving their mark -- literally -- at the Railroad Museum.

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