Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its first set of recommendations on activities that people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can safely resume.

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Warming Up After Record Lows In North TexasThe high Thursday will be around 67 degrees.
Demand For COVID-19 Vaccine Is Dropping In North TexasSome of the large vaccine hubs will be going away soon.
Greenville ISD Elementary School Student Explains Photo Of Teacher's Foot On His Neck"I think she was doing it as a joke, like she didn't put pressure on it or anything," said student Zaelyn Jackson.
Dozens Take Part In DeSoto Justice March Following Chauvin Guilty VerdictOne person was arrested by undercover officers for disorderly conduct.
Dallas Golfer Davis Riley Preparing For Weekend Tournament With Eye On PGA TourWhile the pandemic has delayed his dream, Riley can make it a reality this weekend with a win at the Texas Rangers Golf Course in Arlington.
Reducing Your Environmental Footprint: How To Reuse, Recycle, RepurposeThe ultimate goal is to reuse, recycle, and repurpose. And if none of those fit the bill, then throw it away.
Texas Democrats In Congress Say It's 'Unacceptable' Gov. Abbott Hasn't Released Billions In Stimulus For Public EducationThey want action and are asking the U.S. Department of Education to step in.
Calls For Police Reform Growing LouderSome Texas State lawmakers say they hope to get something done this session.
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Health Officials Urge Safety Measures Against West Nile Virus In North TexasWhile many Texans are taking precautions against COVID-19, Dallas County Health and Human Services are encouraging everyone to take safety measures against the West Nile virus.
North Texas Counties To Transition To Smaller COVID-19 Vaccine SitesFewer drive-thru sites are likely, in favor of mobile clinics in neighborhoods, community centers, churches and eventually workplaces.
NTSB Release Preliminary Report On Deadly I-35W PileupThe National Transportation Safety Board released preliminary information on the investigation into the deadly I-35W pileup earlier this year.
Former Dallas Officer Amber Guyger To Appeal Murder ConvictionAmber Guyger, a year and a half into her 10-year sentence for killing Botham Jean, will have her appeal heard by a panel of judges.
Derek Chauvin Trial Becomes Classroom Discussion In North Texas SchoolsFor a group of students at Dallas' Carter High School, the trial was a classroom discussion beyond the trial -- more into the issues of race and police conduct.
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