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Should Texas Taxpayers Pay For Exorbitant Electricity Bills From Winter Storms?Last week, when the temperatures dropped and power plants froze across the state, the wholesale price of electricity skyrocketed.
Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, Feb. 25.
From Being Threatened To Being Celebrated In The Same CommunityRobbie Owens has our Black History moment.
Damage From Texas' Winter Storms Leads To Deluge Of Cleanup Job OpeningsThe jobs are short-term running from two weeks to as long as six months and pay $15 an hour.
'We Improved Traffic Flow': Less Headache Getting COVID-19 Vaccine At Dallas' Fair Park ThursdayOn Thursday, Dallas County created two separate entry points: One for those getting their first shot and another gate entrance for those showing up for their second shot.
More Fallout From Last Week's Power OutagesTwo hearings took place at the Texas Capital Thursday.
Now Hiring: How To Succeed In Your Zomm Job InterviewSince this type of interview is a bit different than a traditional in-person interview, it's important that you consider a few factors of this format.
12-Year-Old: 'You Killed A Really Good Man' After Father Murdered In Believed Dallas Road Rage IncidentThe wife and three children of fatal gunshot victim Chris Murzin are begging for answers. Information can be sent to the Dallas Police Department by contacting Homicide Detective Tonya McDaniel at 214-671-4236.
More Help Arrives For Garland Renters Without Water For More Than A WeekNew efforts are underway this afternoon to help the thousands of Garland residents who still don’t have running water at their apartment complexes.
5-Alarm Fire Burns In Richland Hills, 1 Person InjuredOne-hundred-twenty-five firefighters from seven North Texas cities helped Fort Worth firefighters try to contain the blaze on the 2500 block of Handley Ederville Road.
Weather On Wheels: Chandler And Green Elementary SchoolsStudents at these two Allen ISD schools got learn about weather and some cool science stuff with meteorologist Jeff Ray.
Thursday Weather UpdateThunderstorms likely. Storms may produce some hail. Low 47F. Winds NNE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 100%.
12-Year-Old: 'You Killed A Really Good Man' After Father Murdered In Believed Dallas Road Rage IncidentA 12-year-old boy and his family are crying out for help after a North Texas father was murdered two weeks ago in what police believe was a road rage incident.
Heavy Smoke Seen Across North Texas As Fire Burns At Foam Recycling PlantHeavy black smoke is visible as far east as Arlington and Bedford of a massive commercial fire near Richland Hills. Katie Johnston reports.
Fresh Grocer: CantaloupeA cantaloupe is bursting with nutrients: It's loaded with vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene) as well as vitamin C, and is a good source of the mineral potassium.
Dallas County Releases Fair Park Vaccine Operations ScheduleIn an effort to catch up on delayed second doses as soon as possible, Dallas County has released a schedule for residents to use.
CBS 11 Meteorologist Jeff Ray's 11AM Weather UpdateCBS 11 Meteorologist Jeff Ray's 11AM Weather Update
MedStar Paramedic Awarded New CarMedStar paramedic Trey McDaniel was on his way to work on Thursday, February 11th, when he was ensnared in the massive 133-vehicle pileup on I-35W in Fort Worth that killed six people.
ERCOT Hearings: Texas Legislature Digging Into Power OutagesTexas state legislators on Thursday started digging into the causes of deadly power blackouts that left millions in the dark.
CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Look Who's Back! Rain!Rain is in the forecast through next Monday.
Effort Underway To Solve Mystery Of Long HaulersMany people have lingering issues after fighting COVID-19.
Some Dallas Residents Face Up To 8 More Days Without Running WaterThe winter storms caused Dallas 327 water main breaks. One-hundred and twenty of those, still need to be repaired.

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