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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 ToddlersJason Allen reports from Burleson.
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.
Ross Perot Jr. Donates Helicopter To Dallas Police DepartmentThe chopper has greater capacity than DPD's current fleet.
Wednesday Afternoon Weather UpdateAbove normal temps continue through the work week, and we'll see a chance of rain this weekend.
Texas Lottery Warns Against Giving Tickets To Children As Gifts; Could Encourage Problem GamblingThe Texas Lottery is warning against giving children lottery tickets as gifts this holiday season. Katie Johnston reports.
Lake Worth Police Investigate Car Crash That Killed Euless Police Officer; Driver Was Allegedly IntoxicatedEuless Police announced on Saturday that Detective Alejandro "Alex" Cervantes had been killed in a car wreck in Lake Worth after being hit by an alleged intoxicated driver.
Dallas PD Gets New Helicopter Gifted From Businessman Ross Perot Jr.Perot wanted to "do something big for Dallas."
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Dallas DART To Reserve Seat At Front Of Every Bus This Week To Honor Rosa ParksDallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is planning to reserve a seat at the front of every bus this week to "honor the life and legacy of the late Rosa Parks." Katie Johnston reports.
Court Orders Full Review Of Texas Ruling That Blocks Biden Administration Arrests, Deportation GuidelinesA federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered a new hearing by the full court on the legality of the Biden administration's selective criteria on who should be deported. Katie Johnston reports.
Exxon Mobile To Spend $15 Billion On Emission Reduction ProjectsExxon Mobil said it is boosting its spending on greenhouse gas emission-reduction projects to $15 billion over the next six years and anticipates meeting its 2025 greenhouse gas emission-reduction plans by the end of this year. Katie Johnston reports.
Southwest Airlines Employee Sentenced 6 Months For Stealing Guns From BagsA former Southwest Airlines employee is being sentenced to six months in prison after pleading guilty to possessing stolen guns. Katie Johnston reports.
Ability Connection Helps Adults With Disabilities To See The Worth They Bring To The WorldAbility Connection is an organization that serves adults with disabilities. From North Texas to Austin, they serve over 700 members teaching them independent skills.
Wild Wednesday: Nature's Clean-Up Crew, The Cape VultureMadison Sawyer heads to the Fort Worth Zoo to see the Cape Vulture.
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One Dead After Shooting In Dallas Overnight, No Suspect In CustodyDallas police say a man was found shot in the 3200 block of Sumter Drive overnight Tuesday night.
UT Southwestern To Pay $4.5M After Nurses Overdose On FentanylThe University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has agreed to pay $4.5 million to resolve allegations that its violations of the Controlled Substances Act allowed hospital staff to divert fentanyl and other dangerous drugs from the hospital.