People in the community want jailers held accountable in the death of Marvin Scott III.
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Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, April 13.
'We Have A Problem In Parker County,' Minority Students Allegedly 'Slave Traded' Online By Classmates A group of students in Aledo ISD are facing disciplinary action after allegedly creating an online "slave auction" featuring black classmates.
Dallas Police Association Joins Other Law Enforcement Professionals, Experts In Opposing Permitless Carry Of Firearms The changes would, in effect, allow any Texan with absolutely no training in firearm safety to openly carry a pistol or rifle in public without a permit.
ERCOT Sends Alert About Possible 'Emergency Conditions', Calls On Texans To ConserveERCOT, The Electric Reliability Council of Texas issued an alert Tuesday, April 13, shortly after 4:30 p.m. warning of potential "emergency conditions, but it was not expecting power outages.
What To Do If You Received Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineOf the 6.8 million Americans who have received the vaccine so far, six women between the ages 18 and 48 have experienced a rare and severe type of blood clot.
AT&T Stadium's Role In COVID-19 Vaccinations In QuestionIt could be impacted by the pause in distributing the J&J COVID-19 vaccine.
Now Hiring: Food Distributor Sysco Looking To Fill Dozens Of Jobs In North TexasMelina Torbett, the Senior Director for Human Resources at Sysco, said they have dozens of jobs they are looking to fill in North Texas at all skill levels.
Cause Of Cortland Addison Circle Apartment Fire UnknownAddison firefighters spent the day putting out hot spots from yesterday’s apartment fire that damaged nearly 120 units.
Tuesday Afternoon Weather UpdateVariably cloudy with scattered thunderstorms. Low 62F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
Ones For Wellness: Plant-Based COVID-19 VaccineLocal clinical company Benchmark Research is looking for up to 250 volunteers for a trial with the Medicago vaccine.
Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office Seeks A&M Kwik Mart Armed Robbery SuspectThe Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help identifying an armed man who robbed the A&M Kwik Mart located in the 2800 block of Burleson Retta Road.
Fresh Grocer: Baby Orange TomatoesAlways store your tomatoes at room temperature.
Tuesday Weather UpdateClouds are sticking around, highs are below normal.
Decision To Pause Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Having Ripple Effect Across North TexasDecision To Pause Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Having Ripple Effect Across North Texas
CBS 11 News Now: Tuesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Tuesday morning.
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Following 2nd Place Finish At Masters, Plano's Will Zalatoris Gets High Praise From High School Golf Coach"Knowing Will, and how poised he is and watching him play for years, I knew that he could do it," Marshall Edwards told CBS 11 Sports.
Cold Front Moving Through North TexasThe high on Tuesday will be 70 degrees.
Texas Getting Closer To Herd Immunity, Gov. Abbott SaysBrooke Katz takes a deeper dive into herd immunity.
Virtual Learning May Remain An Option At Some North Texas School DistrictsAfter a challenging school year, area districts are navigating their way back to normal, but some are asking what normal should now look like.
Emotional Reunion With Pets Rescued From Addison Apartment FireThe 4-alarm fire started in an attic, the Addison Fire Department said.
'Empathy For Others,' Texas Second-Grader Paisley Elliot Nominated For Kid's Version Of Nobel Peace PrizeMeet Paisley Elliot— A fun, light hearted second grader who happens to dedicate her spare time to improving the lives of others.
Major Fire At Addison Apartment ComplexMultiple apartment units are on fire in Addison Monday evening. It's happening near the Dallas N. Tollway and Arapaho.
Restaurants Not Having Easy Time HiringIf you're dining out and noticing open tables and long ticket times, you're not alone. Restaurant insiders say it's an industry-wide problem that stems back to the beginning of the pandemic.