Erin Moran's AM Weather Update
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Erin Moran's AM Weather UpdateErin Moran's AM Weather Update
Scott Padgett's Evening Weather ForecastIt'll be a wet Easter weekend with storm chances hopping in Saturday and Sunday.
Church Choir Adapts To Social Distancing In Beautiful WayChoir members recorded music for the Easter Sunday service online.
Need Face Masks? North Texas Group Shares Tutorials How To Make ThemA North Texas group released two tutorials on how to make face masks for those who know how to sew, and those who don't.
Frisco Turns Blue For Medical Heroes, Essential WorkersMore than 130 venues across the United States joined the global show of support.
Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, April 9.
State Agency Backtracks After Calling Out North Texas Business For Operating During PandemicPublic shaming has taken on a new meaning during the coronavirus outbreak.
Fort Worth To Block Of Entrances To Parks On EasterThe city is concerned about too many people gathering during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Episcopal Priest On Fort Worth Shares COVID-19 Survival StoryA message of hope and encouragement from Rev. Robert Pace. He talked about the long road back and his trust in God.
Ones For Texas: Company Makes Acrylic Boxes To Protect Healthcare WorkersA local company thought outside of the box, then brought their vision to life for those saving lives.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas City Leaders Finalizing Proposed Emergency Ordinance To Prevent EvictionsDallas city leaders are finalizing details of a proposed emergency ordinance to prevent evictions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas ISD Leaders Mull Over Pass/Fail System For StudentsThe district's Chief of School Leadership, Stephanie Elizalde told board members when it comes to final grades, the district needs to hold students harmless during this difficult time.
Public Gatherings Not Allowed This Easter HolidayDallas Mayor Eric Johnson said the city will ban all gatherings for almost 400 city parks starting Friday.
Texas Workforce Commission: 'Don't Call Us, We'll Call You'The state's unemployment agency is trying to keep up with the unprecedented number of Texans trying to file for unemployment.
DART Delivering Meals Via Bus To Dallas ISD StudentsDART and Dallas ISD have partnered to deliver weekly meals for students, with the first DART busload of food arriving at Thurgood Marshall Recreation Center.
Now Hiring: Outschool Looking To Hire 3,500 Online TeachersSan Francisco-based Outschool is a company focused on providing a video conferencing platform for students mainly ages 3-18 to learn new skills or lessons.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastHigh chances of storms are expected to roll in Easter weekend.
The Ones For Wellness: Kids & DisappointmentThe Ones For Wellness: Kids & Disappointment
Coronavirus In Texas: Gov. Abbott Says Aggressive Strategies Will Ensure Texas Is First At Getting Back To WorkThe State of Texas is already planning for people here to go back to work – but doing so safely. Today, Texas Governor Greg Abbott told CBS 11 Political Reporter Jack Fink what that could look like and when.
1,101 People Have Recovered From Coronavirus In TexasIn total, 1,101 people have recovered from the coronavirus in Texas.
Police Hold Standoff In Carrollton After Suspect Fires Gun Off BalconyPolice in Carrollton are holding a standoff with a suspect after he fired a gun off a balcony.
Fort Worth Televangelist Kenneth Copeland Calls Out COVID-19Fort Worth-based preacher and televangelist Kenneth Copeland called forth a “supernatural heatwave” last week to kill the coronavirus in New York City and “the rest of the world where it’s needed.”
Coronavirus In Texas: Governor Abbott Talks About How To Re-Open EconomyCoronavirus In Texas: Governor Abbott Talks About How To Re-Open Economy
Gasoline Demand Is At Lowest Level In 52 Years Due To Coronavirus Pandemic, AAA Texas ReportsAs gas prices continue to fall throughout Texas, demand for gasoline has significantly fallen as more people are forced to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.