CBS 11 wraps up our look at what summer activities will look like as organizations see how COVID-19 may affect their plans.
Get Ready For Triple-Digit HeatThe rain is out and the oppressive heat is on the way.
Amber Alert Issued For Abducted East Texas ToddlerZimia Whitaker, 2, was last seen in the 100 block of Arcadia Road in Center. She’s believed to be with Zenas Whitaker, 27.
Downtown Dallas Lit Blue In Honor Of 5 Officers Killed On 7-7-2016Five officers were killed by a sniper after a march against police brutality.
State Fair Of Texas' Cancelation Big Blow To Businesses That Depend On It For IncomeThe State Fair estimates it creates about 7,000 seasonal jobs every fall.
North Texas School District Leaders React To TEA Back-To-School GuidelinesParents will have option of sending their children back to the classroom or having them learn remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employed North Texan Receives Unemployment Benefits He Never Applied ForWhen Ronald Floyd opened the envelope, inside was a US Bank ReliaCard - a debit card used for unemployment benefits.
Gov. Abbott, Dallas County Judge Jenkins Sharply Disagree On COVID-19 SolutionDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says he doesn't believe Governor Greg Abbott's order nearly two weeks ago to shut down bars and reduce in-dining capacity at restaurants to 50% will slow the spread of Covid-19 enough.
Texas Education Agency Issues Guidelines For Reopening Schools During Coronavirus PandemicParents will have option of sending their kids to school or have them learn remotely.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, July 7.
International Student May Have To Return Home If College Courses Are Online OnlyNicole Nielsen spoke to an international student who attends UNT.
Tuesday Marked 4 Years Since The Deadly Downtown Dallas Police AmbushThere are no reminders of the shooting downtown and it seems from this summers protests there’s also been little to no progress in addressing the issues that led to it
Tarrant County Health Director Worried About 'What's Possible' Regarding COVID-19As of now, hospitals in Tarrant County still have space.
Dallas County Reports 1,077 New Coronavirus Cases, 9 DeathsDallas County Health and Human Services reported 1.077 additional positive cases COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 28,131.
No 'Howdy' And No Folks This Year As State Fair Of Texas Canceled Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe State Fair of Texas has officially been cancelled for 2020. No Big Tex. No midway. No Fletcher's Original Corny Dogs. To Amber Fletcher, granddaughter of the company's founder, the loss of 2.5 million hungry visitors is crushing.
Emergency Food Distribution Set For Globe Life Field In Arlington WednesdayThe Tarrant Area Food Bank is getting ready for another emergency food distribution on Wednesday, July 8 from 8:00 a.m. to noon at Globe Life Field in Arlington.
Now Hiring: Taylor FarmsTaylor Fresh Foods is an American-based producer of fresh-cut fruits and vegetables
Tuesday Evening Weather UpdateVariable clouds with scattered thunderstorms. Low 76F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 50%.
Ones For Wellness: Masks And Childreno, should your child wear a face mask? That depends upon their age.
Slain DPD Officers Remembered Four Years Later On AnniversaryOn this day four years ago - five police officers were killed in an ambush during the end of a Black Lives Matter rally though downtown Dallas.
Texas County To Arrest COVID-19 Positive Residents Who Refuse To Self-IsolateA South Texas county isn't taking any chances when it comes to the coronavirus, issuing a warning that anyone who tests positive and refuses to self-isolate could end up in jail. Katie Johnston reports.
Texas Education Agency Issues Guidelines For Reopening Schools During Coronavirus PandemicThe TEA said parents and teachers should expect to see some campuses close for brief periods during the upcoming school year, due to COVID-19 infections.
Growing Number Of Texas Sheriffs Refuse To Enforce Governor Abbott's Face Mask RequirementA growing number of sheriffs in Texas say they are refusing to follow a recent executive order requiring face masks in public. Governor Greg Abbott's mandate aims to slow the spread of coronavirus, as cases in the state soared past 200,000 on Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
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DFW Hospital Council Warns 'Surge Mode' ImminentThe number of hospital beds available isn't the only concern, staffing is an issue, too.