Over the last two days, ballot scanning machines have not been able to read about one in five ballots, according to elections administrator Heider Garcia.

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CBS 11 News Now: Saturday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Saturday evening.
Anne Elise Parks' Weather UpdateSome storms Saturday morning but the rest of the weekend looks dry.
Police: 14 Injured In Shooting In Downtown Austin, 1 Suspect In CustodyOne suspect is in custody and another is at large after a shooting that injured 14 people in a popular entertainment district in downtown Austin early Saturday, police said.
House Fire In Collin County Believed To Be Caused By LightningLightning may be to blame for a house fire in the Collin County city of Melissa.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastThe heat is sticking around this weekend, with some humidity in the mix as well.
Some North Texans Sticking With Home Gyms Even After ReopeningsThe pandemic forced North Texans to change their workout habits. But even as gyms have been reopened for awhile, some residents are sticking to home routines.
Dallas County Considering Cash, Other Prizes To Get More People VaccinatedIt's a controversial idea but Dallas County is considering it to help increase the number of people vaccinated.
Allen Couple Says Bobcat Family Moved Into BackyardBobcats may be common in North Texas but seeing them like this is not. A couple in Allen says a bobcat family moved in their backyard.
Several Servers Arrested At Shops At Legacy In Plano For Overserving AlcoholPlano police went undercover to check out local bars to see if overserving was occurring. Five servers ended up being arrested.
5 People, Including 4-Year-Old, Shot Outside Dallas Apartment, Police SayA 4-year-old child and four other adults have been shot outside an apartment in Dallas, police say.
Fort Worth Residents Warned About Postcard Asking Them To Verify VotesResidents in Fort Worth were warned Friday about postcards being mailed to people who voted in local elections in May. It asks voters to go online and verify their votes.
CBS 11 News Now: Friday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Friday evening.
4-Year-Old Shot At Dallas Apartment, Police SayPolice responded to the shooting at an apartment complex on North Jim Miller Road Thursday afternoon.
Dallas Community Surprises Veteran With Dozens Of American Flags On LawnA Dallas community came together to brighten the day of a 95-year-old veteran.
North Texas Receiving Hundreds of Emergency Housing VouchersFederal dollars are headed to North Texas to help those in need with housing, but those resources will be stretched thin.
For The First Time Ever, City Of Dallas Seeks Poet Laureate For Serious EndeavorThe post lasts for a two-year term. Duties will include presenting their original poems at public schools, city council meetings, county board meetings and other community organizations.
Fort Worth Moving Forward On Mixed-Income Housing Development Named For Opal LeeActivist Opal Lee says she’s lived in some rough housing in her lifetime and is thankful others will benefit from having a safe, decent place to live.
North Texas Law Professor Expects Biden Administration To Sue Texas To Block State's Border WallNatalie Nanasi, a law professor specializing in humanitarian immigration law at SMU, said the feds and others will be waiting to see the details of the governor's plan.
Truly A Texas Endeavor: ‘12 Mighty Orphans' An Ode To The UnderdogDirected by a West Texas native and starring Luke Wilson of Dallas, "12 Mighty Orphans" was filmed entirely in North Texas.
Protect Your Kids From The Summer HeatHeat exhaustion is a more severe heat illness that can happen when someone in a hot climate or environment hasn't been drinking enough liquids.
Weekend Weather ForecastMainly clear. Low 76F. Winds SSE at 10 to 20 mph.
IRS Now Sending Millions Of Additional Stimulus ChecksAnother 2.3 million payments will soon land in bank accounts and mail boxes, with some people getting "plus-up" payments because they received less money than they were entitled to in earlier checks. Katie Johnston reports.
SMU Law Professor On Gov. Abbott's Immigration PolicySMU Law Professor Natalie Nanasi Speaks With Jack Fink About Gov. Greg Abbott's Immigration Policy
Mavs Address Racial Inequity & Promote Social Justice In New Music ProjectMavs Address Racial Inequity & Promote Social Justice In New Music Project

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