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TCU Students Back On CampusFor the first time since March, TCU students are back on campus.
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Friday Evening Weather UpdateMainly clear skies. Low 81F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Proclaims Day Of Prayer And Fasting To Eradicate CoronavirusDallas Mayor Eric Johnson has issued an official declaration calling for a day of prayer and fasting to be held August 19 for the eradication of the coronavirus. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Good Luck Beating The Heat!It's EXTREMELY hot in North Texas. High of 106 on Friday.
North Texas Mom And Newborn Test Positive For Coronavirus In What May Be First Case Of Its KindParkland Hospital said 173 women have given birth there after having tested positive for the virus and had to be separated from their babies. Five of the newborns later tested positive themselves.
Large Water Main Break In East Fort Worth Gushes 100+ Feet Into The AirIt happened in the 10000 block of Green River Trail near Bridge Street.
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RAW: Large Water Main Break In Fort WorthCrews worked to fix a large water main break in Fort Worth Thursday.

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