Unemployment Benefits Expanded: Who’s Now Eligible & How To ApplyThe $2 trillion dollar emergency relief bill signed by President Trump expands unemployment benefits as well as eligibility to workers who normally would not qualify.
Coronavirus In Texas: Governor Greg Abbott Expects Cases, Deaths From COVID-19 To Continue Increase; Especially In DallasTexas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a warning to Texans Thursday, April 2 to stay home because he expects the increase in cases and deaths from COVID-19 to continue.
DPS Troopers Increase Patrols Near Louisiana BorderAnastaja Martin got pulled over Thursday and questioned by troopers before being allowed to go to her job at a fast food restaurant.
City Of Laredo Requiring Residents To Cover Nose And Mouth In PublicIn an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, one Texas city is now requiring its residents to cover their nose and mouth when going out in public or else face a fine of up to $1,000. Katie Johnston reports.
'Tiger King' Star Joe Exotic Reportedly In Coronavirus Quarantine In Fort Worth PrisonHe's been convicted of more than a dozen counts of animal cruelty and for conspiring to kill a woman, but Joe Maldonado-Passage, the man now famously known as Joe Exotic, is reportedly among the inmates being quarantined for the COVID-19 virus in a Fort Worth prison. Katie Johnston reports.
11AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks11AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Texas Unemployment Numbers Jump As State COVID-19 Cases SkyrocketTexas Unemployment Numbers Jump As State COVID-19 Cases Skyrocket
Bill Jones Talks How A Shortened MLB Season Could Affect The Texas RangersWith the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are wondering what a shortened Major League Baseball season will look like. Katie Johnston reports.
Bill Jones Talks Cowboys 2020 Draft NeedsBill Jones discusses what prospects the Dallas Cowboys are after in the 2020 NFL Draft and how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the team. Katie Johnston reports.
Ones For Texas: North Texans Pitch In To Make Masks For Health Care Workers, OrganizationsBoth local residents and businesses in North Texas are helping to make masks for health care workers and various organizations during the coronavirus pandemic.
CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
Armed Man Shot, Killed By Irving Police At Convenience StoreA man with a shotgun is dead after he was shot by Irving officers at a 7-Eleven early Thursday morning, police said.
Anne Elise Parks' AM Weather UpdateThe rest of the week looks to be cloudy with rain chances every day going into the weekend.
44 UT Austin Students Test Positive For Coronavirus After Spring Break Trip To MexicoOver 40 students from the University of Texas at Austin have tested positive for the coronavirus after a spring break trip to Mexico.
Lots Of Clouds And Rain Coming And Sticking AroundWe're going to warm up a bit before the next cold from comes through.
New COVID-19 Case Numbers Prove Medical Experts Were Right To Take Virus SeriouslyMedical experts say new COVID-19 case numbers prove why they were right to take the virus seriously.
Workers Across North Texas Concerned Some Employers Not Doing Enough To Prevent Spread Of CoronavirusA local law professor says employees should address concerns with their bosses. If that doesn't work, file a complaint with OSHA.
Lewisville Police Officer Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Was Exposed To Virus By Family MemberThe officer, who is the department's only case at this point, has been in quarantine since Tuesday, March 24.
North Texans File Dozens Of Price Gouging Complaints During Coronavirus OutbreakThe businesses named on the Texas Attorney General’s list of price gouging complaints grows by the day, but none of those CBS 11  checked could be verified.
State Clarifies Coronavirus Restrictions On Houses Of WorshipGovernor Abbott’s order says wherever possible, houses of worship should transmit religious services through audio or video.
Tarrant County Investigating Complaints Of Businesses Not Social DistancingThe county is also hearing about businesses that shouldn't be open and they look into that, too.
Happy National Census Day!Today is the nation's first official Census Day.
Keller's Chamber Of Commerce Offering To Pay Half Your Meal From Local Restaurants In AprilWhen placing an order online, just use the code word, "COMMUNITY" and the restaurant will take $10 off $20 and $5 off $10.
Ones For Texas: Hope Blooms Amid Bleak Time In North TexasOne North Texas florist is using flower power to brighten people's spirits during the coronavirus pandemic.

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