Arlington moved its annual fireworks display from downtown to allow spectators a chance to watch from their cars.

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Pandemic Forces North Texans To Enjoy July 4th Weekend A Little DifferentlyArlington moved its annual fireworks display from downtown to allow spectators a chance to watch from their cars.
Dallas County Fireworks Shop Owner Says Canceled Shows Brought Booming Sales“If I didn’t have my mask on, you could see the big smile on my face right now,” said John Palmer, owner of Palmer Fireworks in Dallas County.
Frisco 2nd Grader Sells Yard Flag Service Benefiting Frisco PoliceBrooks Dunagan is young entrepreneur. Lining the yards of Frisco, are tiny flags he sold and installed.
Doctors' Reminder: Incorporate Coronavirus-Related Safety Measures During Fourth Of July CelebrationsFrom the backyard to the pool or the lake, whatever your Fourth of July tradition caution is key.
Fourth Of July Fireworks Will Pop Off Despite PandemicThe parades, ball games and festivals may be cancelled this holiday weekend. Once the sun goes down though, the show goes on.
Dallas' MLK Center Hosts Juneteenth Drive ThruDallas’s Martin Luther King Center held a drive thru celebration this afternoon to give back to their community in need.
Several North Texas Cities Cancel July 4th Events Due To Coronavirus PandemicEven with social distancing and masks, some area cities did not want to take the chance.
Memorial Day Service In Colleyville Closed To Public For First Time Ever Due To Coronavirus PandemicMany Memorial Day services across the country were cancelled due to coronavirus concerns, but not the service at the Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home & Memorial Park in Colleyville.
Somber Reflection At Granbury's Field Of FlagsCBS 11 photojournalist Mike Kinney takes us to this Memorial Day tradition.
Families Pay Respects At DFW National Cemetery On Memorial DayCBS 11 photojournalist Billy Sexton shows us how rain didn't get in the way of the solemn remembrance.
Meals To Go: 'It's A Different Easter'Due to the need for social distancing because of the COVID-19 outbreak, families are making new plans this Easter.
Start Slow And Easy On 'Getting In Shape' ResolutionsEach year about 40% of Americans set resolutions with diet and exercise topping the list.
Baby Due In February Arrives Just After Midnight New Year's Day In FriscoTitus Alexander Walters was the first baby born in 2020 at a Baylor Scott & White Medical Center.
North Texans Celebrate New Year's EveHere's a look at the celebrations in downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth.
Kids Celebrate 'Happy Noon Year' At Fort Worth Museum Of Science And HistorySome area families got an early start on the annual NYE celebration!
Final Preparations To Ring In New Year At Fort Worth's Sundance SquareIt's a party billed as one for the entire family.
Dallas Prepares For NYE Celebration Outside City HallWhile many get ready to have fun, others are working to ensure everyone is safe.
Post-Christmas Bargain Hunting, Gift Returns Draw People To MallsThe National Retail Federation reports they were the most requested gift this holiday season. ​And now people are using them to take advantage of the end of year super sales.
Day After Christmas One Of More Expensive Days To FlyAAA says the most expensive day to fly this week they say is today, day after Christmas with the average ticket price at nearly $700.
Dallas Cowboys' La'el Collins Surprises Mom With New House For Christmas"I'm extremely blessed to be in a position to be able to do this for my family," Collins said.
Arlington Police Officer Enjoys Christmas Day Off With Family As Chief Works In His PlaceEvery year, Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson selects an employee to take off on Christmas, and he works in their place. This year it was Officer William Bill.
Area First Responders On The Job Had Holiday Meals Brought Over By VolunteersThousands of volunteers gave up their Christmas morning for people who regularly give time for them.
Dallas Family Victimized By Tornado Reflects At ChristmasThis Christmas, some victims of the October 20 tornadoes in Dallas are counting their blessings. Jim Singer is one of them. “On this day we feel blessed,” he said.
Big Surprise At North Texas Toy And Food Giveaway On Christmas EveCBS 11 photojournalist Scott Jarrell takes us to the action at Minnie's Food Pantry in Plano.

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