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AAA: Decreasing Demand Pushes Texas Gas Prices Lower, But Still Over $1 Higher Than Last YearAAA said Thursday that a decrease in demand is leading to a drop in gas prices as crude oil prices also tumble. Katie Johnston reports.
MLB Commissioner Hopes First Players' Walkout In 27 Years Can Be Resolved 'Soon'Major League Baseball is in a work stoppage. The league's commissioner Ray Manfred held a news conference Thursday morning. He said the league is hoping both parties come to an agreement soon.   
Euless Police Department: Condition Of Fallen Detective's Family Is Improving, Children Home From HospitalIn a Thursday press conference, the Euless Police Department gave details on the condition of slain Det. Alex Cervantes' family and on when funeral services might be announced.
Pedestrian Killed While Attempting To Cross I-35E In DallasAn unidentified woman was killed Wednesday night after police said she was struck by a vehicle while attempting to cross I-35 E in Dallas. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Found Shot Dead In Parking Lot In Dallas Late Wednesday NightNot too many details Thursday morning after a man was found shot dead in the 3000 block of Alabama Avenue. Katie Johnston reports.
News Now: Thursday Morning, December 2The latest news update from the CBS 11 News Team.
Allergy Sufferers, Get Ready; Pollen Count Expected To Jump As We Approach The WeekendBrittaney Rainey has the allergy forecast.
Major League Baseball Plunged Into First Contract Related Work Stoppage In Quarter-CenturyAfter a swing and a miss, Major League Baseball plunged into its first work stoppage in a quarter-century. The sport's collective bargaining agreement expired Wednesday night and owners immediately locked out players in a move that threatens spring training and opening day.
Some Rain Then Cooler Weather This WeekendBrittany Rainey has the latest forecast.
Klyde Warren Park Gets $5 Million Donation From Perot Family For Children's AreaThe beloved Children's Park at Klyde Warren Park will be expanding and getting a new name, thanks to a $5 million dollar gift from the Perot family.
Very Warm Start To DecemberThere is a chance of storms this weekend.
Texas Is Officially Tesla's New HomeTesla says it has officially moved its corporate headquarters from Silicon Valley to a large factory under construction outside of Austin.
Cowboys Prepare For Thursday Night Game Missing 9 Players And Coaches Due To COVID-19Some fans outside The Star in Frisco Wednesday evening said they worried about the team’s chances against the New Orleans Saints.
North Texas Hospitals In 'Wait And See' Mode Regarding COVID-19 Omicron VariantThe COVID-19 omicron variant has officially hit American soil, but it’s too soon to tell exactly how it will impact the spread of the virus in North Texas.
Plano 6th Grader Says Classmate Used Heimlich Maneuver To Save Him From ChokingThe two were at lunch last month at Robinson Middle School in Plano, when part of plastic wrapper stuck to the bottom of James Dawson's food ended up down his throat.
Attorneys For Former Fort Worth Police Officer Aaron Dean Seek Change Of Venue For Murder TrialDean's attorneys say because of the considerable discussion of the case in the community, Dean cannot receive a fair and impartial trial in Tarrant County.
Texas Ban On Mask Mandates In Public Schools Is Back In PlaceThe 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has temporarily restored Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order prohibiting masks in schools. 
Justices Signal They Will OK New Abortion Limits, May Toss RoeIn the biggest challenge to abortion rights in decades, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority on Wednesday signaled they would allow states to ban abortion much earlier in pregnancy and may even overturn the nationwide right that has existed for nearly 50 years.
2 Former North Texas Teachers Arrested For Allegedly Abusing ToddlersA letter from Candice Cook, the principal at Norwood Elementary, said she was notified September 30 that Jeanna Mangus and Holly Monroe were using improper restraints in the class.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, Dec. 1.
Investigators In Lake Worth Reconstruct Accident Scene Where Euless Officer Was KilledOfficers spent two hours scoping out the scene in detail with reconstruction team, Crash Dynamics.
Dallas' Holiday Parade Is Back This SaturdayRobbie Owens has a look at preparations for the event.
Effort To Stop More Gas Well Drilling In East Arlington FailsSteve Pickett reports on those who have health concerns about more drilling near a daycare center.
Gardening 101: It's Time To Take Care Of TreesFrom now to early February is a good time to take care of trees in your yard.

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