CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
Ex-DPD Officer Bryan Riser Free After Release On Murder ChargesEx-DPD Officer Bryan Riser Free After Release On Murder Charges
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
St. Mark's Harrison Ingram On Rising To A McDonald's All-AmericanHow does a player you’ve probably never seen and who doesn't attend a basketball powerhouse become a McDonald's All-American? Just ask Harrison Ingram.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastExpect temperatures in the mid-80s as we get closer to the weekend.
Viewers In North Texas Report Seeing Mysterious Streak Of Lights In Sky"What was that?" That's the question some people in North Texas have as they witnessed a strange streak of lights in the night sky Wednesday.
Researchers Seeing Rising Obesity Rates In Children During PandemicResearchers are finding yet another side effect of the pandemic: rising obesity rates in children.
Dallas Police Say Investigation Still Ongoing Despite Release Of Bryan Riser For MurderFormer Dallas officer Bryan Riser, who was charged in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme, was released from jail Wednesday after a judge ruled there was insufficient evidence to keep him behind bars.
Siblings Arrested For Crash In Frisco That Killed 2 Elderly VictimsJaden Walker, 19, and Jade Walker, 19, were charged with two counts of manslaughter after police believe they were speeding in separate vehicles prior to the crash.
Sundance Square In Fort Worth Changes Parking ProgramAs more people try returning to normal, Fort Worth's Sundance Square is trying to manage the amount of traffic that comes back. This means a change to its parking program, which comes at a cost.
People Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine Without Appointment At Dallas SiteParkland Hospital is allowing the vaccine site at the Ellis Davis Field House to give shots without requiring an appointment.
Family Tragedy In Irving Highlights Rise In Mental IllnessMental Health American in Dallas has seen a rise in people testing positive for psychosis, which can cause a person to lose touch with reality.
Dallas ISD Military-Inspired Program Teaches Discipline And RespectPutting students through a military-inspired program is a unique thing one Dallas ISD school is doing to improve behavior and grades.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday evening.
Children At Migrant Facility In San Antonio Are Allegedly being Sexually Assaulted, Neglected Says Tx Gov. Greg AbbottAbbott says investigation will begin immediately.
Residents Get Second Vaccine Dose In Last Call At Arlington's Esports Stadium SiteWednesday afternoon was the last call for local residents to get their second dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at the Esports Stadium in Arlington.
Former Dallas Officer Bryan Riser Leaves Jail After Judge Orders ReleaseA Dallas County judge said there was no probable cause and ordered the release of Bryan Riser after he was charged two counts of capital murder.
Gardening 101: Adaptive PlantsAdapted plants are not native and not invasive but are able to thrive in the local climate and soil conditions
Wednesday Weather UpdateA clear sky. Low 54F. NW winds at 15 to 25 mph, decreasing to less than 5 mph.
Former Dallas Officer Bryan Riser Released After Prosecutors Agree They Can't Make Murder CaseA former Dallas police officer was arrested and charged with murder for allegedly ordering two killings in 2017, but on Wednesday a judge ordered his release after prosecutors agreed they don't have enough evidence to move forward with the case.
Woman With World's Longest Nails Cuts Them In Fort Worth After Nearly 30 YearsThe Texas woman who had the world's longest nails grown by a woman can finally open a door without fear after cutting them. Katie Johnston reports.
Former Dallas Officer Bryan Riser Released After Prosecutors Agree They Can't Make Murder CaseA former Dallas police officer was arrested and charged with murder for allegedly ordering two killings in 2017, but on Wednesday a judge ordered his release after prosecutors agreed they don't have enough evidence to move forward with the case. Katie Johnston reports.
Dallas Sheriff’s Clerk Supervisor Umeka T. Myers Arrested After Allegedly Stealing From Evidence VaultThe Dallas County Sheriff’s Office has arrested one of their own, clerical supervisor Umeka T. Myers for theft. Katie Johnston reports.
13 Men Arrested For Online Solicitation Of A Minor In Collin CountyA three day undercover operation conducted by the Collin County Sheriff’s Office, the Texas Department of Public Safety, and five other federal, state, and local agencies, arrested and charged 13 individuals with felony counts of Online Solicitation of a Minor. Katie Johnston reports.

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