Amazon, Walmart Among North Texas Businesses Looking To Hire Amid Coronavirus DemandIn these difficult times where COVID-19 has turned our world upside down, millions across the country have found themselves jobless.
Officials Report 11 New Cases Of Coronavirus In PlanoSo far, one person has died from the virus, 10 have recovered, three are currently hospitalized and 25 are self-isolating at home.
Denton County Announces 2nd Coronavirus Death, 11 New CasesDCPH has announced the second COVID-19 related death in Denton County, as well as 11 additional cases.
2 More Die From Coronavirus In Dallas County As Total Cases Near 500The 8th and 9th deaths from COVID-19 are being reported as a DeSoto man in his 50s and a Dallas man in his 70s. 
Dallas Middle School Holds Virtual Fire Drill To Keep Students Involved While At Home“What we were doing was trying to come up with ways to keep our kids involved in school,” said Principal Chandra Barnett. They decided to do that by holding a virtual fire drill. They asked their students and staff to go outside, take their pictures and share them on social media.
Amid Sporting Event Cancellations Due To Coronavirus, Fans Turn To Esports For EntertainmentAmid all the sporting event cancellations caused by the coronavirus, fans are turning to Esports for entertainment.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastIt'll be a beautiful weekend for North Texans with cloudy to sunny skies and temperatures peaking at 76 degrees.
TAA Encourages Landlords To Waive Late Fees, Make Arrangements For Renters Affected By COVID-19Hundreds of thousands of Texans have lost their jobs due to COVID-19. But many people will still be expected to pay rent come Apr. 1.
Judge Says McKinney Mayor's Order To Shut Down Non-Essential Businesses Is Inconsistent With County's OrderA judge says McKinney Mayor George Fuller's order to shut down non-essential businesses during the coronavirus spread is inconsistent with the county's order.
Life Goes On For Many Despite 'New COVID-19 Normal'Plenty of sunshine gave those brave enough to go outside some much-needed vitamin K in North Texas today.
House Passes $2.2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief BillThe House passed a $2.2 trillion bill Friday that will provide economic relief for Americans and businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
CBS 11's Doug Dunbar Talks With Texas Gov. Greg AbbottCBS 11's Doug Dunbar talked with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Friday evening.
Family Talks About Self-Isolation After Child Couldn't Get COVID TestFamily Talks About Self-Isolation After Child Couldn't Get COVID Test
Community Coming Together Helping Seniors Get What They NeedSocial agencies, Facebook groups and caring volunteers are spending their days making sure seniors and people struggling financially are getting what they need during the crisis.
Family-Owned Business Making Medical Devices To Fight COVID-19A small family-owned business is making medical devices to help fight coronavirus.
Police: Man Arrested For Allegedly Beating Coworker To Death On Dallas Job SitePolice have arrested a suspect they say beat his coworker to death while on a job site in Dallas Friday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Seek Suspect In Super Big Country Mart Robbery, HomicideThe Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after someone robbed, then shot and killed a clerk at the Super Big Country Mart. Katie Johnston reports.
Home Sales In North Texas Down Amid Coronavirus, Experts SayHome sales and showings in North Texas are down amid the coronavirus and are leaving realtors to change the way they operate.
Scott Padgett's Weather UpdateNorth Texas has a 20% of showers Friday evening.
Dallas Coffee Bar Gets Creative To Keep Business Afloat Amid Coronavirus CrisisAmid the current health crisis, Opening Bell started offering customers what many urgently need as much as a cup of coffee — rolls of toilet paper, cleaning supplies and more.
Art Teacher Spreads Colorful Messages Of HopeArt teacher Eryn Kriewell hopes her chalk messages will remind people of less stressful times.
Officials: Johnson County Man Dies Of Coronavirus Contracted On CruiseA North Texas man died from the coronavirus at an out-of-state hospital, the Johnson County Emergency Management said Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Frisco Sisters, Olympic Hopeful Gymnasts Improvising Training During CoronavirusDuring this time when gyms are closed, seasons are delayed, and sporting events are postponed, two sisters from Frisco Wakeland are improvising to maintain their form.
TGIF ForecastCloudy skies. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 82F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph.

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