The city of Dallas announced Friday the state had agreed to send it 5,000 doses to begin operating its own vaccination hub at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
New Efforts In Dallas To Streamline COVID-19 Vaccination ProcessThe city of Dallas announced Friday the state had agreed to send it 5,000 doses to begin operating its own vaccination hub at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
North Texans Dreaming Big Before $1B MegaMillions DrawingCaroline Vandergriff talked to those hoping against hope for a shot at the jackpot.
North Texas School Staffers Going Out (With Masks) To Reach Struggling StudentsRobbie Owens reports.
Rep. Beth Van Duyne Wants Investigation After National Guard Members Protecting US Capitol Sent To Garage For BreaksCongresswoman Beth Van Duyne, Republican of the 24th District, is among the lawmakers calling for an investigation after thousands of National Guard Members protecting the U.S. Capitol were ordered to take their rest breaks from the cold in a nearby parking garage.
How Dallas County Determines Who Gets Priority For COVID-19 VaccineShortage of vaccine is causing frustration. Demand is far exceeding supply.
3 Garland Siblings Have Bright Basketball FutureKeith Russell reports.
It's Been 1 Year Since First Confirmed Case Of COVID-19 In USMore than 24,300,000 people in the U.S. have gotten the virus since then and more than 404,000 people have now died, according to the CDC.
North Texas Realtor Jenna Ryan, Arrested For Alleged Role In Capitol Riot, Kicked Off PayPalRyan, who was arrested last Friday, Jan. 15, asked her Twitter followers for help Thursday afternoon, sharing a link to a PayPal account where supporters could offer a donation.
7 Democrats Call For Ethics Investigation Of Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley 'To Fully Understand Role' In Capitol AttackSeven Democratic Senators said an ethics investigation should determine whether Sen. Cruz and Sen. Hawley, of Missouri, engaged in “improper conduct reflecting on the Senate.”
Effort To Get New Federally Run COVID-19 Vaccination Sites To TexasAndrea Lucia reports on President Biden's plan to combat COVID-19.
Texans Find Answers, Comfort In Facebook Group For COVID-19 Survivors“I actually just searched on Facebook for COVID survivors and because I was having so many just strange symptoms,” said Billi Phillips, a COVID-19 survivor from Amarillo.
Third Stimulus Check Likely But Could Be March Or Later Before $1,400 Payments ArriveSupport for a third round of stimulus checks will likely be bipartisan but because it’s a part of a larger $1.9 trillion relief plan, it could be weeks before Congress hammers out a deal.
Equity Has Been A Moving Target For COVID-19 Vaccine In Dallas CountyRobbie Owens reports.
'Immense Wave Of Relief' Says Local DACA Recipient After President Biden InaugurationAndrea Lucia reports.
More COVID-19 Vaccines Could Be On The WayBrooke Katz takes a look at the latest research.
Dallas County Rescinds Order To Prioritize Vaccine For Select Zip Codes After Warning From TexasAfter Dallas County officials voted to prioritize vulnerable zip codes in receiving the vaccine, Texas health officials have sent a warning that the decision is not in compliance with state guidelines.
Chucks And Pearls A Rallying Cry At Dade Middle SchoolRobbie Owens reports.
Dallas Police Prepared For Possible Demonstration Outside City HallJ.D. Miles reports.
North Texas Democrats Talk Of President Biden's Challenge To Unify CountryCBS 11 spoke with Haley Taylor Schlitz and Lew Blackburn, two former delegates to the Democratic National Convention and party activist Jody Bland in a group Zoom meeting before the swearing-in ceremony.
North Texas Grassroots Democrats Celebrate Historic Inauguration Of President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala HarrisNorth Texas Grassroots Democrats Celebrate Historic Inauguration Of President Joe Biden, First Female Vice President Kamala Harris
Still No Word On Possible Pardon For 'Tiger King Joe Exotic' In Final Hours Of President Trump's Term“Joe Exotic” Maldonado-Passage formally requested a pardon from the outgoing president last year.
North Texan Islam Said Pleads Guilty To Helping His Father Yaser Said Avoid Arrest In Daughters' MurdersA 32-year-old Irving man has pleaded guilty to helping his father, a capital murder suspect, evade capture for more than 12 years.
Pause In Dallas During National Moment Of Prayer For COVID-19 VictimsAs part of the Floral Heart Project honoring those who’ve died, Kaitlyn Culpepper lay a six foot garland of roses shaped like a heart at Turtle Creek Park Tuesday.
Watchdog Groups Fear More Fraud With New Round Of PPP Loans For Small BusinessesAs business begin apply for the second round of COVID-19 relief funding, federal investigators continue to uncover alleged fraud from the first round of loans.