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AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Very Hot Weather ReturnsHighs in the upper 90s for the foreseeable future.
Texas Summer Camps' Coronavirus Containment Could Serve As Example For SchoolsSky Ranch dealt with a series of COVID -19 cases this year, but the camp's president believes the rules put in place helped.
Dallas Nonprofits Receiving $275,000 In Grants For Response To COVID-19Eleven nonprofits in Dallas are receiving a total of $275,000 in grants for their efforts in responding to COVID-19, Mayor Eric Johnson announced Wednesday.
UT Arlington Implementing Safety Protocols For 'Semester Like None Other' During PandemicUT Arlington is encouraging all students to minimize their exposure to others for two weeks before returning to campus.
Wylie ISD Staffer Tests Positive For CoronavirusApproximately a dozen people exposed to the staffer from Burnett Junior High are being asked to quarantine.
Tarrant County Includes 'Probable' Cases In Latest COVID-19 Case NumbersCBS 11's Brooke Katz explains.
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.
Some Parents Considering Home Schooling During PandemicHome schooling is a backup plan for some North Texas parents.
West Nile Virus Has Some Symptoms Similar To CoronavirusNorth Texas cities are finding mosquito traps with mosquitoes testing positive for WNV.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, August 5.
North Texas Company Looks To Find Solution For Pictures With Santa During PandemicChildrens' pictures with Santa this year will look different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One North Texas company is looking to find a solution for it.
Daughter Joins Father Working At Grapevine Fire DepartmentOne father is not only proud, but excited about his new co-worker who bears a striking resemblance to him.
Schools Could Learn From Summer Camps On Controlling COVID-19While school districts try to figure out how to safely educate students during the COVID-19 pandemic, some health officials said they could learn a thing or two from summer camps like Sky Ranch in Smith County.
Small Businesses Suffering After Last Year's Dallas Area Tornadoes Have 1 Week Left To Apply For Federal HelpThe SBA issued a disaster declaration for Dallas and neighboring counties, and as a result, small businesses may qualify for federal assistance.
Circle Of Soles Surround Smiling Image Of Slain Plano Mother Sarmistha SenAn outpouring of compassion continues in the form of a memorial near the area in Plano where Sarmistha Sen was killed by a stranger for no apparent reason.
Protesters Gather In Front Of Sen. Ted Cruz Office In Dallas Over Losing $600 Unemployment BenefitJobless restaurant workers are rallying around the U.S. Thursday in protest of the elimination of the extra $600 unemployment benefit.
Wednesday Weather UpdateClear to partly cloudy. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low 76F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph.
Gardening 101: Adding Summer Color To Your GardenWhen looking at ways to add summer color in your garden my thoughts go back to a visit at a California vineyard last summer. While on a family vacation we took a tour of the Benziger Ranch Vineyard in Sonoma.
Gardening 101: How To Spot Rose RosetteHere's how to spot Rose Rosette in his Gardening 101 extra.
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.

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