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Amid Shortage Of Workers, Experts Say Texas Restaurant Industry Poised For ComebackAbout 9,000 Texas restaurants have closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Texas Restaurant Association.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, Dec. 8.
ERCOT Taking Measures To Dodge Grid Problems That Plagued Texas Last WinterCompanies are required to winterize their equipment by December or face heavy fines.
Euless Community Comes Together To Raise Funds For Family Of Officer Killed By Drunk DriverThe Euless community showed out to a fundraiser held today at Cafe Republic in Fort Worth in support of fallen Det. Alex Cervantes' family.
Hebron High School Teacher Jared Stites In Jail For Allegedly Sexually Assaulting StudentA Hebron High School teacher was arrested today on charges related to an improper relationship with one of his students.
Wednesday Afternoon Weather UpdateNear record-breaking temps expected as we close out the week.
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Holiday Travelers Considering COVID As They Make PlansHoliday Travelers Considering COVID As They Make Plans
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
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Is DFW The New Mecca For High School Hoops?DFW will always be high school football hotbed, but it’s reputation on the basketball court is soaring to new heights.
Looking Ahead To Dallas Marathon Weekend ForecastIt's looking cold and clear.
Postal Service Says Its Ready To Deliver This Holiday Season With New, Faster Sorting Machines“They can actually do 3,000 packages an hour, about 12 times faster than it would be by manual sorting so we are ready,” says Albert Ruiz, USPS Strategic Communications Specialist.
Airline Industry Analysts, Labor Groups React To American Airlines' CEO Doug Parker's Retiring Next YearIn announcing his departure from the CEO spot at American Airlines, Doug Parker suggested anyone jumping on a flight probably won’t notice a difference when the handoff happens next spring.
Rabid Skunk Found In North Fort WorthA resident contacted Animal Care & Control because the wild animal was acting strange.
Jamie Jaramillo Faces Capital Murder Charge In Shooting Death Of Mesquite Police Officer Richard HoustonJamarillo is still in the hospital after police said he shot himself after first shooting Officer Houston.
Man And Woman Shot Outside Arlington Barber ShopThe two injured people drove to the 500 block of E. Arkansas Lane where they flagged down a passing ambulance.
Oak Cliff Living Center For Special Needs Adults Destroyed By FireProgram manager Kamel Wesley said after speaking with the fire marshal, it appears the fire was intentionally set.
Tolar High School Band In Hawaii For Pearl Harbor AnniversaryThe Hood County school drew the honors of participating in this year's 80th anniversary activities.
She's Back! Runner Annabelle Corboy To Compete In Dallas Half Marathon 50 Years After Winning The FullFifty years after she ran and won the first Dallas Marathon, a 74-year-old North Texas woman is lacing up her sneakers for the Dallas Half Marathon this weekend.
Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center Says More Donated Christmas Presents Needed Amid Pandemic Spike In Child Abuse“Even though this looks like a lot, it will not be enough. We will see these toys deplete very quickly,” said Murphey Sears, Chief Development Officer for DCAC.
Finding Rental Properties In North Texas Getting TougherFinding an apartment to rent in the DFW Metroplex is getting harder and more expensive.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, Dec. 7.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa Rooting On South Oak Cliff Football To Make HistorySouth Oak Cliff High is two wins away from a moment that’s been a long time coming.

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