Dallas County continues to see a spike of Covid-19 cases and related deaths.
Back To The HeatHighs are back in the mid to upper 90s the next few days.
Pandemic Has Taken Toll On Mental Health Of Healthcare Workers And First RespondersThe pandemic has been especially difficult on healthcare workers.
Changes Ahead For Fort Worth 911 Call Center In Wake Of Long Delays, Unanswered Calls“It is now our number one priority in the city to make sure that when you call 911 can you get a live person,” Fort Worth City Councilman Chris Nettles said.
Dozens Protest No Indictments For Jailers Fired After Marvin Scott's DeathScott’s family and civil rights groups had been demanding criminal charges against the former jailers during protests in the months since the 26-year-old man died.
Selection Of Vacation Home Rentals Getting SparseIf you’re holding out on making summer travel plans, you may be out of luck if they involve a vacation-home rental.
One Tribe Foundation Helping First Responders, Healthcare Workers With Growing Mental Health ChallengesThe foundation's counseling sessions to first responders increased 30% last year. They plan on expanding across the southwest in 2022.
Hotel Industry Struggling To Fill OpeningsThis could have an impact on people's summer vacations.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, June 22.
North Texas Nonprofit Working To Bring Joy Of Scuba To Disabled VetsThe founders of Adapt-Able Scuba believe time in the water can be life-changing for those with physical or emotional challenges.
North Texas City's Struggle To Hire Lifeguards For Summer Leads To Pool ClosuresThree of Irving's five pools are closed because of this issue and two water facilities are running on modified schedules.
Gov. Greg Abbott Announces Special Session For Texas Legislature Starts July 8"Agenda items will be announced prior to the convening of the special session," the brief statement read.
Future Of I-345 In Downtown Dallas ConsideredTxDOT has put five potential plans on public display for what to do with the short highway.
Changes Ahead For Fort Worth 911 Call CenterThere have been issues this month due to employee attrition and rapid population growth.
The Ones For Real Estate: How To Prepare For Buying A HomeWhile preparing to buy your first home, there is nothing more valuable than organization and planning.
Tuesday Weather UpdateSome clouds in the morning will give way to mainly sunny skies for the afternoon. High 74F. Winds light and variable.
Ones For Wellness: Keeping Kids Safe During COVID SummerNow that we are in a more normal system of operation, caregivers are exploring the best ways to keep children safe over the summer.
Grand Jury Declines To Indict 8 Collin County Detention Officers Fired Following Marvin Scott's In-Custody DeathThe possible charges could have ranged from misdemeanor assault to murder.
Fresh Grocer: Tuscan KaleTuscan kale goes by many names. Among them are dinosaur kale, cavolo nero, and black kale
Tuesday Weather UpdateMainly sunny to start, then a few afternoon clouds. High 78F. Winds light and variable.
Frisco's Grand Park No Longer An 'Urban Legend' As City Can Finally Finish Exide Cleanup (CBSN Extended Cut)“This park will actually be bigger than Central Park in New York,” explained Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney to Brian New in this CBSN DFW extended coverage.
CBS 11 News Now: Tuesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Tuesday morning.
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Rain Moves Out And Cooler Tuesday Moves InThe high will be around 86 degrees.
Summer Programs And Camps Returning To North TexasAfter a year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many summer programs and camps are back. This includes one of Dallas Parks and Rec’s biggest, “Send a Kid to Camp.”