Rebecca Asher, was a teacher at Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD's Ed Wilkie Middle School in Fort Worth for five years.
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Keller Timber Creek Falcons Have Shot At The PlayoffsThey had to put their season on hold for two weeks due to Covid-19. They still have a chance to reach the postseason.
Chance Of Rain TuesdayWe will warm up a bit on Tuesday as well.
Questions Linger Over 1853 Hanging Of Dallas Slave Jane Elkins Convicted Of Axe MurderThe short play "The Ballad of Jane Elkins" explores the theory Jane, like many enslaved women, was a victim of rape.
Texans Can Get 'Comfort Food' To Needy Families During Holidays While Supporting Local RestaurantsGovernor Greg Abbott announced a reboot of the Comfort Food Care Program, which began in March to support restaurants forced to limit or close services because of COVID-19.
Baltimore County's Col. Al Jones Named Arlington's New Police ChiefArlington will host a public event to welcome Al Jones when he begins as the new police chief on Jan. 11, 2021.
Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Plan Ready For Possible December ActivationAs of Monday, there are three companies that claim they have highly effective vaccines in the pipeline.
Christmas Gift Delivery DilemmasBrooke Katz takes a look at how to keep loved ones from seeing their gifts early.
Tarrant County To Extend Public Health Emergency Into Next YearA new face covering order is likely also coming.
Checking In With 1 Of North Texas' First COVID-19 SurvivorsRobbie Owens reports.
Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, Nov. 23.
North Texas Kidney Donor, Mississippi Recipient Share Special Thanksgiving From AfarLast month, a kidney transplant turned Ken Cook's life around. Jon Seidl of Frisco donated a kidney to Cook.
North Texas City And Citizens Trying To Boost Small Businesses During Christmas Shopping Season"You see a lot of businesses that have gone under and a lot of businesses are struggling,” Colleyville resident Danielle Cooper said.
Suspected Dallas Serial Killer May Have Committed More MurdersSteve Pickett has the latest on Jeremy Harris.
Thousands Of Code Compliance Cases in Dallas County During PandemicWhen it comes to slowing the spread of the coronavirus, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins rejects Governor Greg Abbott's argument that local governments have adequate tools to make sure businesses and residents comply with state protocols.
How To Smoke A Turkey For ThanksgivingKen Molestina got an expert to show us how.
Dallas Police Targeting 7 Zip Codes To Try To Stop Gun Violence“There’s definitely a lot of crime going on around here. I stay in the house most of the time,” says Dallas resident Darayra Shugart.
Irving Launches Text-To-911The city of Irving has added another way for people to get help in an emergency.
Dallas ER Doctor: We're Getting 30% Positivity Rate In COVID-19 TestingDesire To Travel Prompting Spike In Demand At COVID-19 Testing Sites.
Officials: COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Available As Soon As December 11Operation Warp Speed could have vaccine available for some in the United States by December 11.
Dallas Co. Judge Jenkins On Texas COVID-19 ProtocolsDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Responds To Texas Governor Greg Abbott On State's COVID-19 Protocols With CBS 11 Jack Fink
Some Rain On Tuesday, Expect A Nice ThanksgivingAnne Elise's Monday lunch time weather forecast.
Monday Cool and Cloudy; Anne Elise's Monday Morning ForecastThanksgiving looking sunny and warm.
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastSome cooler temperatures to start the new week before rain chances appear Tuesday.
Living Room Sports: Air Force Veteran, Former Cowboys Great Chad HenningsAir Force veteran and former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Chad Hennings joins Living Room Sports to talk about his life right now and his football career.