North Texas has a nice weekend in store with sunny skies and temperatures in the mid 50s.
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Warm And Sunny ThursdayExpect a high around 82 degrees.
Plano Parents Say Their Kindergartener Was Sent Home From School For Having Trouble Keeping Mask OnThe child now has to learn remotely.
Limited Number Of Fans Can Attend NLCS And World Series At Globe Life FieldTickets for all seven games of each series will go on-sale starting on Tuesday, October 6 at 10:00 a.m. CT.
Furloughs Begin Thursday For About 19,000 American Airlines EmployeesWednesday was the end of the Payroll Support Program that has helped American Airlines keep thousands of employees during the pandemic.
American Airlines Employees Could Face FurloughsNicole Nielsen reports.
Failing Students In Godley ISD Required To Return To Campus For Face-To-Face LearningThe school district said the virtual students who have been successful academically can continue to take classes from home.
More North Texas School Districts Say It's Time For Students To Come Back To CampusGodley became the latest district Wednesday to pull back from remote learning, announcing students who are failing will be required to return to classrooms October 20.
Texas Leaders React To First Trump-Biden DebateJack Fink reports
Local Residents React To First Presidential DebateLocal residents agree the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden was, in their eyes, a debacle.
Confusion, Worry Surround Trump's Message To Proud Boys Organization During DebateConfusion and worry surround President Donald Trump's message to the Proud Boy organizations, in which he said "stand back and stand by."
Changes Coming To Remaining Presidential Debates To Avoid Further InterruptionsChanges are coming for the two remaining presidential debates to avoid interruptions by either candidate.
Gardening 101: Planting For FallIn fall, sow seeds no later than 10 weeks before the first frost for a fall harvest.
AA to Furlough Thousands Of Workers If Congress Doesn't Strike A DealThe airline told tens of thousands of employees that their jobs are at risk after federal aid expires tomorrow.
Black Cheerleader Says Police Stormed Her Stephen F. Austin Dorm Room In Texas After Students Made False ClaimPolice at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches are investigating after a Black cheerleader says police stormed into her dorm room with guns drawn after receiving a false report. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Dallas Resident Wins $1 Million From Texas Lottery's Mega MillionsA Dallas resident has claimed a $1 million prize from the Texas Lottery's Mega Millions drawing. The Texas Lottery said the winning ticket came from a drawing on Sept. 1. Curtis Silva reports.
Jon Kitna Returns To AT&T StadiumDesmond Purnell reports
Sunny And Warm WednesdayExpect a high close to 90 degrees.
CDC Recommends Staying Put For Thanksgiving During Pandemic“We need to change the rules for this one year, maybe two years,” said Dr. David Winter, an internal medicine physician at Baylor Scott &White Health.
State Senate Race Headed For A Runoff Between Shelley Luther And Drew SpringerState Rep. Drew Springer finished ahead of salon owner Shelley Luther by less than 100 votes.
Trump, Biden Discuss Coronavirus Response In First DebateAs the discussion about the Supreme Court quickly turned to COVID-19, Trump claimed that 2 million people would have died if Biden were president.
North Texas Students Watch Debate As Lesson In PoliticsSMU students watched the debate outdoors.
First Trump, Biden Debate Veers From 'How You Doing?' To 'Will You Shut Up?'Within 15 minutes, the interruptions and talking over one another at Tuesday's presidential debate had deteriorated to the point that Biden blurted out, “Will you shut up, man?”
Phantom Call Crackdown UnderwayThe Federal Trade Commission announced a nationwide crackdown on phantom and abusive debt collectors on Tuesday.
Tarrant Area Food Bank Expands Mega Mobile Markets To Battle Food InsecurityThe Tarrant Area Food Bank is expanding their Mobile Markets and Mega Mobile Markets throughout the county this week to help battle food insecurity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.