Thursday Evening Weather UpdateSome clouds. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low 76F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph.
Ones For Wellness: Researchers Developing Sensor To Detect COVID And FluA group of Texas researchers are developing a sensor to detect both the flu and COVID-19 in patients.
13-Year Dallas Police Veteran Daniel Collins Arrested, Charged With Child Sexual ExploitationA 35-year-old senior corporal with the Dallas Police Department's Auto Theft Unit has been charged with uploading sexually explicit images of children using the City of Dallas’ employee internet. Katie Johnston reports.
Special Report: 'Covid And The Classroom' - On CBS 11 Aug 10 @6PMWhen will our kids go back to school? Will they be safe? How can we be sure?
Cowboys Season Tickets Not Applicable For 2020 Due To Limited SeatingThe Dallas Cowboys on Thursday announced that season tickets will not be used for the 2020 season due to limited seating being made available because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Former President George W. Bush Among Leaders Attending Funeral For Congressman John LewisFormer President George W. Bush Among Leaders Attending Funeral For Congressman John Lewis
CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
Fort Worth ISD To Debate School Reopening Plan During Emergency MeetingFort Worth ISD To Debate School Reopening Plan During Emergency Meeting
Perot Museum Offering 'Amaze Your Brain At Home' Video ActivitiesPerot Museum Offering 'Amaze Your Brain At Home' Video Activities
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
The Heat Is BackTemps are going to be back in the mid to upper-90s.
COVID-19 Can Impact Your HeartBrooke Katz has the details.
Texas Universities Preparing For A Fall Like No Other During Coronavirus PandemicUT Austin, SMU, TCU and Baylor released more information about their plans this week.
Arlington ISD Classes Will Begin August 17 With Online Education At Least First 4 WeeksDuring a school board meeting Wednesday night, most of the speakers who addressed the board were teachers who wanted classes to begin online.
Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams InterviewArlington Mayor Jeff Williams Speaks With Jack Fink
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, July 29.
Parklets To Pop Up In Downtown Mansfield For Business Owners Struggling During Coronavirus PandemicDowntown Mansfield, Inc. said they cost $6,000 each and the nonprofit will need to come up with more funding for future parklets.
Some North Texas Business Owners Having To Change Business Models To Stay Afloat During PandemicBefore cases started spiking, the father-son duo behind Texas AVL used to produce around 200 events a year, but for now business has come to a halt.
Some North Texas School Districts Reshuffling Reopening PlansCBS 11's Steve Pickett reports.
UTA Professor Discusses Reducing Airborne Spread Of COVID-19 In ClassroomsMelanie Sattler, a professor at the University of Texas at Arlington specializing in air pollution, says most particles of the virus we disperse are caught by our masks.
Arlington Mayor Talks Pandemic's Impact On Sports And EconomyArlington Mayor Jeff Williams said it's been frustrating. "It breaks our heart there because Arlington was experiencing some of its greatest economic prosperity in its history."
Stephenville Mayor Talks About Question He Had For Texas AG PaxtonIn the legally nonbinding letter sent Tuesday AG Ken Paxton said, "While local health authorities may possess some authority to close schools in limited circumstances, they may not issue blanket orders closing all schools on a purely preventative basis. That decision rightfully remains with school system leaders."
Dallas County Reports Single-Day Record 36 Coronavirus Deaths, Along With 704 New Cases"We must continue the spirit of sacrifice for the community good that has led people to forgo unnecessary trips," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Wednesday Evening Weather UpdatePartly cloudy skies. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low 79F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph.