Here's what made news Friday, July 31.

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Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateRain chances continue to linger heading into the weekend.
Garland Opens COVID-19 Vaccination Hub With Limited Dose AvailabilityGarland Opens COVID-19 Vaccination Hub With Limited Dose Availability
COVID-19 The Focus Of President Biden During His 1st Day In OfficeCOVID-19 The Focus Of President Biden During His 1st Day In Office
Body Language Expert Leo Cardenas Looks At The Presidential InaugurationBody Language Expert Leo Cardenas Looks At The Presidential Inauguration
CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
Garland COVID Vaccination Hub Only Has 1,000 Doses By Appointment OnlyGarland COVID Vaccination Hub Only Has 1,000 Doses By Appointment Only
Standardized Testing Will Go On As Scheduled In Texas Schools, With ChangesStandardized Testing Will Go On As Scheduled In Texas Schools, With Changes
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Rain Not Finished YetExpect highs in the low 60s on Thursday.
'Immense Wave Of Relief' Says Local DACA Recipient After President Biden InaugurationAndrea Lucia reports.
More COVID-19 Vaccines Could Be On The WayBrooke Katz takes a look at the latest research.
Dallas County Rescinds Order To Prioritize Vaccine For Select Zip Codes After Warning From TexasAfter Dallas County officials voted to prioritize vulnerable zip codes in receiving the vaccine, Texas health officials have sent a warning that the decision is not in compliance with state guidelines.
Chucks And Pearls A Rallying Cry At Dade Middle SchoolRobbie Owens reports.
Dallas Police Prepared For Possible Demonstration Outside City HallJ.D. Miles reports.
North Texas Democrats Talk Of President Biden's Challenge To Unify CountryCBS 11 spoke with Haley Taylor Schlitz and Lew Blackburn, two former delegates to the Democratic National Convention and party activist Jody Bland in a group Zoom meeting before the swearing-in ceremony.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, Jan. 20.
North Texas Grassroots Democrats Celebrate Historic Inauguration Of President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala HarrisNorth Texas Grassroots Democrats Celebrate Historic Inauguration Of President Joe Biden, First Female Vice President Kamala Harris
Arlington COVID-19 Vaccine Hub To Reopen Thursday With 8K More DosesThe vaccination site at the Esports Stadium had been closed since last Friday afternoon after running out of available vaccine.
Biden Inauguration Serves As Teaching Moment For Dallas ISD StudentsManuel Benzvi of Judge Barefoot Sanders Law Magnet School encouraged his political science students to watch the inauguration.
Two North Texans Receive Clemency Just Before President Trump's Term EndsJames Brian Cruz and Ferrell Scott were among those who received clemency on Donald Trump's final evening as president.
North Texas Democrats Hopes Biden Administration Works To Address COVID-19, Restore ImageNorth Texas Democrats are hoping President Joe Biden will address COVID-19 immunizations and help restore the country's image.
Security Experts Say Heightened Alert Should Remain Even After Presidential InaugurationThe presidential inauguration is now over, but security experts believe heightened levels of awareness for threats should still be on the minds of authorities.
Gardening 101: OrchidsThere are dozens of varieties of orchids, and hundreds of hybrids, that are perfectly happy growing on a sunny windowsill or under lights.
County Leaders Fear New COVID-19 Strain Has Already Infected HundredsAs experts continue to study the new COVID-19 variant b.1.1.7 that was spotted in North Texas over the weekend—county leaders believe there could be dozens or hundreds of cases of it already here.

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