With classrooms closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, educator have had to find new ways to check in on students.
City Of Duncanville Prepares For Ground Spraying After Mosquitoes With West Nile Virus FoundAfter the detection of West Nile Virus in mosquito traps in the 75116 and 75137 zip codes, the city of Duncanville is preparing to conduct ground spraying. Katie Johnston reports.
Dallas County Will Offer Qualifying Residents A Quarantine Hotel RoomDallas County will soon make hotel rooms available fo residents who need to quarantine but are unable to do so at home.
Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateSome rain chances remain Wednesday in North Texas.
Parents Warned To Keep Eye On Children As Routines Change Due To PandemicAs routines change due to the pandemic, parents are warned to keep an eye on their children, especially in hot weather.
Residents At Texas Nursing Home Taking Their Pen Pal Search GlobalElderly residents at one Texas nursing home are using their time in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic to reach out and hopefully make some new friends. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
Dangers Of Leaving Kids In Hot Cars As Schools ReopenDangers Of Leaving Kids In Hot Cars As Schools Reopen
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Very Comfortable Air In North TexasHigh in the mid-90s on Wednesday.
Fort Worth's Famed Billy Bob's Texas Reopening As A RestaurantThe TABC is now giving bars like Billy Bob’s the chance to reopen if they can alter their business model.
Dallas County Announces New Way To Try To Slow Spread Of COVID-19Andrea Lucia explains the new hotel room quarantine plan.
Summer Workout Season Resumes For Keller HS Football TeamHand sanitizing, safe distancing and constant cleaning of equipment are the top priority during the workouts.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, August 4.
2020 Will Go Down As Worst Year In History For AviationAs travelers slowly take back to the skies this summer, airlines are looking for ways to woe them back for the long haul.
Review Finds Fort Worth Police Department Inconsistent In De-Escalating Potentially Violent SituationsAn outside review of Fort Worth’s police department found officers are not consistently following policies to de-escalate situations to avoid using force.
Restaurants Dish Out Tasty Specials For 'Takeout Tuesday DFW'For the foreseeable future, "Takeout Tuesday DFW" will run every Tuesday from 7 a.m. -10 p.m. and "Fair Food Sundays" kicks off from Noon - 6 p.m.
Difference Between Democrats, Republicans Unemployment Benefit Plans Is $1,600 Per MonthMillions of Americans will see much smaller unemployment checks this week as lawmakers continue to grapple with what to do now that the extra $600 federal benefit has expired.
Keene ISD Students, Teachers Return To Classroom During Pandemic: 'It Was Different'Keene ISD was one of two Johnson County school districts where classrooms reopened Tuesday for the fall semester and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Murders And Aggravated Assaults Up From Last Month In DallasViolent crime is flat overall in Dallas -- but murders and aggravated assaults jumped last month from same month last year.
Warm, Clear Tuesday EveningIt's about to get a lot hotter in North Texas in the coming days.
Now Hiring: Goodyear Has Multiple Positions To Fill In DFW AreaThe company's Commercial Tire and Service Division located in Irving is looking to hire for many different positions.
Adjustments Made After Too Many Rockwall ISD Families Choose In-Person Learning For Their KidsThe families of 68% of Rockwall ISD students have chosen to have them go back to the classroom. That's too many to meet social distancing guidelines.
Ones For Wellness Looks At 'Pandemic Fatigue'Experts say to try new things and focus on activities that calm you.
Plano Police: Series Of Aggravated Robberies With Mostly Hispanic Victims Could Be RelatedInvestigators with the Plano Police Department are working with several other law enforcement agencies trying to determine if a series of aggravated robberies are related. Katie Johnston reports.