Governor Abbott Issues Executive Order Expanding Hospital Capacity, Suspends Elective Surgeries In 4 Texas CountiesGovernor Greg Abbott today issued an Executive Order to ensure hospital bed availability for COVID-19 patients as Texas faces an increase in cases of the coronavirus and hospitalizations. Katie Johnston reports.
2 Dallas COVID-19 Testing Sites To Lose Federal FundingTwo large drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites in Dallas are going to lose federal funding at the end of June, but Gov. Greg Abbott says a new "superior" strategy will take their place.
Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateSmall rain chances remain through the week with temperatures from the upper 80s to the lower 90s.
Bless Her Heart: Southlake Police Search For 'Hot Southern Mess' ShoplifterPolice in Southlake are searching for a shoplifter who was seen on video stealing from Tyler’s at 1420 Civic Place in Town Square. Katie Johnston reports.
Tuesday Mid-Day Weather UpdateMixed clouds and sun this morning. Scattered thunderstorms developing this afternoon. Storms may contain strong gusty winds. High 82F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
What Will School In COVID Times Look LikeMany teachers and some parents are growing increasingly concerned about kids going back to school during the pandemic.
Largest Children's Hospital In The US Admits Adults As Virus Cases Soar In TexasThe largest pediatric hospital in the United States said Tuesday it has begun admitting adult patients to provide more hospital capacity in Texas, where coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to soar. Katie Johnston reports.
One Dead After Driver Runs Red Light In ArlingtonOne person is dead after police say a driver ran a red light and crashed into another car Monday morning. It happened in the 6000 block of South U.S. 287 and 5200 block of W. Sublett Road. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Greg Abbott Implores Texans To Wear Masks: ‘It Will Keep Texas Open’Disturbed by the recent uptick of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Texas, Governor Greg Abbott urged Texans to follow CDC guidelines and wear a mask.
Surge Expected Ahead Of Fourth Of JulyUTSW just released their new pandemic models and they are predicting a surge ahead of July 4.
Judge Whitley Addresses Masks, Higher Case Numbers"We are NOT back to normal."
'We Lost Everything,' Smoke Visible For Miles From 3-Alarm Dallas Apartment FirePolice are monitoring who comes in and out of the Alston Apartments on Ferguson near Lakeland after a 3-alarm fire on Sunday left many without a home. Katie Johnston reports.
600 Pounds Of Feces Removed From Cages Along With 124 Animals, ‘Worst Cockroach Infestation Ever’Calling it the “worst cockroach infestation” they’ve ever seen on site, a spokesperson for The Humane Society of North Texas is now in possession of 124 animals seized from a Denton home. Katie Johnston reports.
Hot And Humid Weekend AheadToday's extra cloud cover doesn't change the hot, humid weekend on its way.
93-Year-Old Opal Lee Calls For Juneteenth As National Holiday With Walk In Fort WorthOpal Lee, 93, began her 2.5 mile trek from downtown Fort Worth to Will Rogers Coliseum Friday to get Juneteenth recognized as a national holiday.
Dallas County Enacts Business Face Mask PolicyDallas County Enacts Business Face Mask Policy
Billy Bob's Texas Reopens For 1st Time Since MarchBilly Bob's Texas is reopening this week for the first time since it was forced to shut down in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
17-Year-Old Dies After Shooting At Dallas Apartment ComplexA 17-year-old died early Thursday morning after a shooting at an apartment complex in Dallas, police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Erin Moran's Mid-Day Weather UpdateSome rain chances start to appear Friday evening as temperatures remain in the mid-90s.
Rainbow Flag Hangs Outside Dallas City Hall For Pride MonthA rainbow flag with the City of Dallas seal now hangs outside City Hall for Pride month.
Supreme Court Ruling Blocks Trump From Ending DACASupreme Court Ruling Blocks Trump From Ending DACA
Dallas Police Department Release Image Of Shooting SuspectGalleria Dallas opened for regular hours today after abruptly closing when shots were fired Tuesday evening. One person was shot and the gunman is still on the loose.
Fort Worth ISD Offering In-Person And Online Classroom Options For New School YearFort Worth ISD is giving parents the option of having their children take part in either in-person or online classes this upcoming school year, the district said Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
24-Year-Old Man Found Shot To Death Inside Vehicle In DallasA 24-year-old man was found dead inside a vehicle in Dallas late Tuesday evening, and police said they are investigating his death as a homicide. Katie Johnston reports.