A 5-year-old boy with underlying health conditions was one of the latest coronavirus-related deaths in Dallas County.

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Cooler Temps Return After Triple-Digit StreakIt's still going to be very hot until next week
For Sale: Dallas Mansion With No Bedrooms For Nearly $1 MillionEverything inside, from the reception area to the stark design and features looks like something you would find in an office park rather than a residential neighborhood.
Dallas Officer On Administrative Leave During Investigation Into Possible Excessive Use Of Force"Chief Garcia would like to commend those officers who recognize their duty to intervene in this incident and deescalated the situation," the department said in a statement.
Kaufman County Sheriff's Office Reviewing Video Of Controversial Arrest Of 2 Women“I’ve never seen where the officer was literally on top of them with his legs wrapped around the back of her legs and holding her down,” UNT Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Scott Belshaw said.
Oregon Dog Reunites With Texas Family After Owner DiesThree weeks has felt like a lifetime for Susan Cox, who reunited with her son’s dog on Wednesday afternoon.
All Baylor Scott & White Workers Required To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine By OctoberAll Baylor Scott & White employees and various other staff will be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by Oct. 1, 2021, the hospital system announced Wednesday.
New Mask Guidance Has Businesses In Tough SpotAndrea Lucia reports.
Simone Biles' Withdrawing From Olympic Events Sparks Intense Criticism, Strong SupportThe move has forced some difficult conversations for gymnastics coaches and parents.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, July 28.
Dallas County Officials Urge Residents In Need To Sign Up For Free AC UnitDallas County Health and Human Services is urgently looking for people eligible for emergency heat relief assistance.
Party Leaders On How Jake Ellzey Upset Susan Wright In Texas Congressional RaceRepublican and Democratic leaders talked about why they thought Jake Ellzey defeated Susan Wright for Texas' 6th Congressional seat.
Some Businesses On Grapevine’s Main Street Telling Customers To Mask Up Again“We will be back wearing masks again. Hopefully not for too much longer, but at least until the increase in cases drops in Texas,” said Main Street Jewelry sales associate Bob Payton.
Murder Investigation Underway After Mother Found Dead In Garland HomeI'm just waiting to wake up from a nightmare but I know this is the reality. My mom is gone..." the victim's daughter, Annie Bryant, said.
Rain Needed, But Best Chances Days AwayThe best rain chances arrive on Monday.
Most Efficient Way To Water Plants During North Texas Summer: By The DripSome good news here; drip irrigation is somewhat easy to put in and uses relatively inexpensive parts.
Woman Found Murdered In Home Recently Purchased In GarlandPolice said they responded to the 700 block of Briar Way at around 7 p.m. and found Patricia Eifert of Jasper, Texas, with multiple gunshot wounds.
ZZ Top Bassist, Dallas Native Dusty Hill Dies At 72, Band SaysZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill, one of the Texas blues trio’s bearded figures, died at his Houston home, the band announced Wednesday on Facebook. He was 72. Katie Johnston reports.
Mother Found Shot To Death Inside Recently Purchased Home In Garland, Police SayA 60-year-old mother was found shot to death early Tuesday evening inside a Garland home that was recently purchased by her daughter, police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Accused Of Stealing Car Fatally Shot By Vehicle's Owner Outside Dallas Restaurant, Police SayA man accused of stealing a car was killed Tuesday afternoon after police said he was shot by the vehicle's owner outside a Dallas restaurant. Katie Johnston reports.
Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateSome slight rain chances linger on Wednesday but expect the sweltering heat to stay.
Collin County Rolling Out Mobile COVID-19 Vaccination TeamsCollin County is rolling out a new initiative that brings the COVID-19 vaccine to communities.
La Joya Police Department Issues Public Health Announcement After COVID-Stricken Migrants Seen Coughing, Sneezing At WhataburgerThe La Joya Police Department issued a public health announcement after an officer approached an undocumented migrant family at Whataburger who told him Border Patrol released them because they had COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
North Texas Resident Wins $1M Prize From Scratch TicketA North Texas resident has won the top $1 million prize for a scratch ticket, lottery officials said Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
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