Brooke Katz reports.
Frigid Friday Morning, But Warmer WeekendWe'll have a high of around 60 degrees by Sunday.
Standoff Between Snakes & Young Southlake Girl Ends With 'Daring' Drainage Pipe RescueA young girl's outdoor adventure, after spending time in quarantine at home in North Texas, ended underground in a snake standoff.
City Of Dallas Revokes 'Poker Room' Permits Months After Approving ThemThe Texas Card House is a poker room whose owners thought they were operating legally, until the city decided to revoke their permit.
Interfaith Celebration Of Peace In Response To Colleyville Synagogue AttackPeople of all faiths came together virtually to condemn what happened last Saturday.
Wearing Only Socks And Shorts, Dallas 11-Year-Old Traveon Michael Allen Griffin Missing OvernightTraveon was last seen at about midnight in the 5900 block of Naravista Drive. He is 4’11”, weighs 72 pounds, with black hair, and brown eyes.
Texas Amber Alert Issued For 14-Year-Old Hillary Salcedo Out Of BudaAccording to the alert, Salcedo was last seen at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 15 in the 700 block of Rolling Hills in Buda.
Plano Wildcats Boys' Basketball Goes Perfect 24-0 On The SeasonThey have become the talk of the town. They are a perfect 24 - 0 on the season. The Wildcats are the only unbeaten Dallas area school.
Dallas Police Aerial Unit Uses Drones To Help Officers On The GroundDallas Police and Dallas Fire-Rescue are using drones to help traditional modes of fire rescue and policing. They say they won't be used for mass surveillance.
As North Texas School Districts Close Due To COVID-19, Dallas ISD Stays OpenRobbie Owens reports on what Dallas ISD officials say is letting them keep their classrooms open even as other districts close.
Pelvic Exams Can Be Incredibly Difficult For Women Who've Survived Sexual AssaultWhile regular screening can make all the difference, a pelvic exam can be incredibly difficult for some women - especially those who've survived sexual assault.
Thursday Weather UpdatePartly cloudy skies. Low 22F. Winds N at 10 to 20 mph.
Trinity River To Be Rerouted Near Downtown Fort WorthJason Allen reports on why it took so long.
FBI Calls Hostage Incident At Colleyville Synagogue 'Act Of Terrorism' Against Jewish CommunityFBI Director Christopher Wray pledge to aggressively and rigorously investigate the attack.
Freezing Temps Force Some COVID-19 Testing Sites To CloseIt was just too cold for the workers to be out there all day.
Meatless 'McPlant Burger' Coming To North TexasThe McPlant is made from peas, rice and potatoes, among other ingredients.
Budget Crucial For Homebuyers Before They Start House HuntingIt's a good idea to specifically seek out local lenders who know the market and can guide them through figuring out their budget.
COVID-19 Has Taken Toll On Mental Health, Experts SayNexus Recovery Center says with the surge of the omicron variant, it’s making recovery for those suffering from substance abuse even harder.
Discover DFW - John Wayne: An American ExperienceJohn Wayne is a symbol of the American West. His name is synonymous with images of classic western movies. But John Wayne was much more than just an American actor and filmmaker during Hollywood's Golden Age, and a museum in Fort Worth, designed to honor his life and legacy, hopes to introduce visitors to the man behind the silver screen.
AM Weather Update With Brittany RaineyAM Weather Update With Brittany Rainey
Frigid Weather Is BackThe high will only get into the mid-30s on Thursday.
Free Masks, Free COVID-19 Tests Available SoonBrooke Katz reports on what's ahead and issues some people are having applying to get the tests.
Texas Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne Introduces Resolution Recognizing Heroes Of Synagogue Hostage SituationDuring a speech on the house floor, she recognized the courage and bravery shown during the 11-hour hostage drama inside a Colleyville synagogue.
Expert From Bush Center Discusses Tensions Along Russia-Ukraine BorderThe impact could be felt here in North Texas, as Robbie Owens reports.
Texas Secretary Of State Addresses Problems With Mail-In Ballot ApplicationsJohn Scott said some voters were not using the latest form to fill out.