News Now: Your Latest Headlines For Friday, December 3
Fort Worth Backs Effort To Invest In Underserved People And CommunitiesFort Worth is backing an effort to push millions of dollars in business funding into communities where people might struggle to get financing from traditional sources.
North Texas Restaurants Still In Crisis Amid ShortagesRestaurants are running out of supplies, staff, and money. They're asking the federal government to follow through on promises of support.
Dallas City Council Votes To Restrict Sexually Oriented Business Operating HoursThe Dallas City Council on Wednesday, January 26 voted unanimously to restrict operating hours for sexually oriented businesses (SOBs) in an effort to reduce violent crime.
Fort Worth Police Help Sick 6-Year-Old Accomplish One Of His DreamsThe 6-year-old, who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, was officially sworn-in today and even got to wear a uniform.
Justice Department, DEA, Dallas Police Arrest 20 Drug Dealers In ‘Operation Shut Down Corner’Twenty alleged drug dealers and dozens of others have been arrested and charged in what the U.S. Attorney's Office is calling "Operation Shut Down Corner".
In GOP Primary for Texas Attorney General, Eva Guzman Touts Her Experience As A State Supreme Court Justice During a recent interview, Guzman pointed to the fact she's the only candidate who has served on the state's highest court.
Gardening 101: Indoor FarmingIndoor farming can range in size from large vertical multilayered to small shipping containers configured with lighting and growing facilities.
Bang! Cowboy Mounted Shooting Showcased At Fort Worth Stock Show & RodeoCowboy Action Shooting is a multi-faceted shooting sport in which contestants compete with firearms typical of those used in the taming of the Old West.
North Texas Mom Hospitalized 93 Days With COVID-19 Delivers Healthy Baby GirlIt’s a remarkable COVID survival story you haven’t heard about, at least in North Texas.
Wednesday Weather UpdateCloudy skies early, then partly cloudy after midnight. Low 34F. Winds light and variable.
11AM Weather Update With Brittany Rainey11AM Weather Update With Brittany Rainey
Protests As Dallas Considers Restrictions For Strip Clubs, Adult Book StoresProtests As Dallas Considers Restrictions For Strip Clubs, Adult Book Stores
City Vote Could Impact Dallas Strip Clubs, Sexually Oriented BusinessesCity Vote Could Impact Dallas Strip Clubs, Sexually Oriented Businesses
AM Weather Update With Brittany RaineyAM Weather Update With Brittany Rainey
Cold, But Sunny WednesdayThe high will be in the upper 40s.
North Texas Mom Hospitalized 93 Days With COVID-19 Delivers Healthy Baby GirlA new mother had an emotional reunion with the doctor that saved not only her life, but the life of her unborn child.
Dallas ISD To Launch Full-Time Virtual School This Coming FallAt first it will only be offered for grades 3 - 9, but the hope is to expand to K - 12 in the years to come.
Lake Worth Police Chief Says Officer Sued For Excessive Force, Also Fatally Shot Armed Man During Traffic StopPolice Chief J.T. Manoushagian said the same officer who was sued Monday for excessive force also shot and killed an armed man during a traffic stop about 10 months later.
DFW Area Has 5 Boys Basketball Players Named McDonald’s All AmericansThey say Texas is a football state, but there is some serious basketball talent here, too.
Spoiler Alert: Star Of '1883' Explains Why Scene Pushed Him To TearsWho needs Hollywood to shoot scenes of the Wild West and cowboys when you have Fort Worth?
Dallas Police Officer Who Beat Man In Deep Ellum Last Summer Is FiredThe officer was Senior Corporal Melvin Williams. He was let go for violating the department's use of force policy.
Denton Grandmother Charged With 3-Year-Old Boy's MurderDenton Police Department investigators have arrested Angela Downing, 57, for murder after her 3-year-old grandson was declared dead on January 22.
'Great Resignation' Impacting North Texas EmployersThe trend of people quitting their jobs may not be going away anytime soon.
Lewisville ISD Closes Schools Until Next MondayDistrict leaders say there are simply not enough teachers available due to COVID-19 to have classes.