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Tarrant County Using Automated Systems To Speed Up COVID-19 Contact TracingTracing teams in Tarrant County are trying to address cases for those who became sick within the past six days.
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Despite Urgency And Pressure, FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn Says 'Corners Cannot Be Cut' In Authorizing COVID-19 Vaccine“We look at the data ourselves and we number crunch the data ourselves, so we’ll drawl own conclusions from the data.” FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn told CBS 11.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, Dec. 2.
Habitat For Humanity Building North Texas Homes Made Of Shipping ContainersA new opportunity has come along for North Texans struggling to pay their rents and mortgages.
American Airlines Flies MAX Jet Out Of DFW AirportKen Molestina reports.
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Super Bowl Of Rodeo Starts Thursday In ArlingtonSteve Pickett reports.
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Arlington Charities Working Overtime To Rebound From TornadoVolunteers are working double time so that the non-profit can get back on track in time for the holidays.
Wednesday Weather UpdateA few passing clouds, otherwise generally clear. Low 38F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Sen. Cruz Urges U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Emergency Appeal On Pennsylvania Election ChallengeSen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, publicly urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to hear the expedited appeal of a case challenging the election results in Pennsylvania, saying the matter "raises serious legal issues." Katie Johnston reports.
Bar Industry Leader On Looming RestrictionsTexas Bar And Nightclub Alliance President Joel Klein On Looming Business Restrictions
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Grapevine Police Seek Hit-And-Run Driver Who Injured 2 ChildrenGrapevine Police are seeking help from the public to identify a woman involved in a hit and run that injured two children.
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Gloomy Day As Cold Front Moves InIt's cold and gloomy outside as the temperature drops.
Police: Body Of Instagram Influencer Alexis Sharkey Was Found Near Texas InterstatePolice in Houston, Texas have confirmed the body of Alexis Robinault, a 26-year-old Instagram influencer, was found near the Interstate-10 frontage road. Katie Johnston reports.
Trio From Texas Could Face Terror And Hate-Crime Charges Following Crime Spree Across Two StatesThey're accused of going on a crime spree across two states that included the murder of a man at a 7-Eleven just outside Las Vegas, now three East Texas residents could be facing terrorism and hate-crime charges. Katie Johnston reports.
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Warmer Wednesday With RainMore cool air is on the way.

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