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Warm And Sunny FridayHigh of 86 degrees with no rain chances.
North Texas Businesses React To Changes In COVID-19 RestrictionsMost businesses in Texas will soon be able to open at a 75% capacity, but bars will remain closed, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Thursday.
Missing Class Ring Belonging To Man Killed In Plano Shooting Back In The Hands Of His FamilyIn 2018, a year after Darryl Hawkins' death, his ring had been found on a suspect along with other stolen items.
A Look At Controversial School Assignments In North TexasRobbie Owens talks to local education experts about the issue.
Charity To Stream Virtual Concert From Dallas To Pediatric Hospitals Across USA charity has put together a virtual concert that will be streamed from Dallas to pediatric hospitals across the country.
Less Than Half A Percent Of Students Back In Texas Public Schools Have Tested Positive For CoronavirusOut of an estimated 1.1 million students who have returned to campus, 2,344 have tested positive for the virus.
Record-Number Of Non-Profits Participate In North Texas Giving DayA record-breaking 3,300 non-profits are participating in North Texas Giving Day in what organizers say may be their most critical year yet.
North Texas High School Disinfects Entire Football FieldCollin County's Celina High School, with eight state championships, is making sure the turf is extra clean as the team prepares for a season unlike any other.
Arlington Police Shooting Victim's Father 'Surprised' Officer Involved Was ChargedThe father of a woman killed after an Arlington officer meant to shoot her dog called the incident Thursday a sign police culture needs to change.
Best Friends Have Babies On Same DayThey have shared everything for 20 years. It's only fitting they shared the birth of their children on the same day.
Texas Increases Capacity At Most Businesses, Bars Still ClosedMost businesses in Texas will soon be able to open at a 75% capacity, but bars will remain closed, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Thursday.
Thursday Weather UpdateA stray shower or thunderstorm is possible early. Some clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. Low 69F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph.
Ones For Wellness:How much screen time is too much during COVID times?
Blue Bell Ordered To Pay $17.25 Million In Criminal Penalties For Shipping Contaminated ProductsBlue Bell Creameries has been ordered to pay $17.25 million in criminal penalties after the Texas-based company pleaded guilty to shipping contaminated products. Katie Johnston reports.
Warmer Thursday With Rain ChancesThe high will be around 87 degrees.
ConnectedK Talks Academy Of Country Music AwardsCountry-turned-pop star Taylor Swift returns to the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Area Nonprofits Counting On North Texas Giving Day Thursday: 'It's Been Challenging'This year’s fundraising effort is even more critical to these organizations to help offset the losses caused by the pandemic.
Federal Health Authorities Release Latest Plans On Distributing Coronavirus VaccineA COVID-19 vaccine could approved by the end of the year, and widely available by next summer.
Struggling Arlington Businesses Hope Fortunes Change With World SeriesThe World Series will be played at Globe Life Field as a neutral, bubble location during the pandemic.
North Texas Educator Says Gap In Student Learning Widens During PandemicThe news from Dallas ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa that the district has 13,000 to 14,000 fewer students than expected, not only concerns him, but other educators including Curby Alexander, an Associate Professor at TCU's College of Education. "It does surprise me that it's that many students."
'Say Their Names' Exhibit Draws Visitors To Klyde Warren ParkIt will stay up until Thursday.
Pandemic Can't Keep Masked Big Tex Down In Dallas' Fair ParkHe’s got a brand new belt buckle, a refurbished hat and an accessory you can’t miss, his 7-foot by 4-foot face mask.
Many Texas Restaurant Owners Still Struggling 6+ Months Into PandemicThe community is helping an area ice cream shop that employs special needs adults, to survive.
Fort Worth ISD Board Affirms Plan To Begin In-Person Instruction Option On October 5During a special board meeting Tuesday evening, the Fort Worth ISD Board of Education affirmed a plan to offer in-person instruction for students.