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Free College Credit Hours For Students Who Graduated In Collin County Schools"We wanted a way to help them get back on track or reverse the slide as we call it and have a chance to get a little bit ahead in the college game by starting in the summer."
Hot And Sunny ThursdayThe high will be in the mid-90s.
Eye On Culture: Dallas Holocaust And Human Rights Museum Fulfilling Its Mission To EducateEighth graders from Johnson County have been reading about the Holocaust, the deliberate and calculated murders of about six million European Jews.
Community Groups Want To Help Reduce Violent Crime In Dallas“I think the president is spot on,” Antong Lucky with Urban Specialists said. “We have to stop politicizing when we have one-year-olds being murdered all across this country.”
16-Year-Old Shot To Death Outside Hurricane Harbor In ArlingtonIt happened just after 7:00 p.m. Arlington Police said this was not an active shooter situation.
Dallas Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson's Journey From Dallas ISD To TokyoFollowing her win in the finals of the 100 meter dash at the U.S. Olympic Trials, Sha’Carri Richardson said her family is everything to her. Right now, all of Dallas is Sha’Carri's family.
DFW Wedding Industry Seeing Boom Due To Both New And Rescheduled EventsA wedding boom is being felt in the DFW area after a year of lockdown has resulted in couples from the past two years finally rescheduling their big day -- or, in some cases, having another one.
Despite National Shortage, Fireworks Sales Begin In Texas ThursdaySome stands will have less of a selection than what they’ve had in past years, and may end up charging more to make up for the loss.
Irving Police Arrest Man Known As 'Wolf' For Child Sex Abuse And Trafficking Dating Back To 1986The suspect is 46-year-old Arron Von Blackwolf, also known as "Wolf' or Jimmy Robert "Bobby" Kelly III, has other charges pending including possession of child pornography.
North Texas Dealing With Labor ShortageA big job fair is coming up in Irving next month.
Dallas County, Cities Of Dallas And Mesquite Announce $70M Joint Effort To Reduce HomelessnessKnown as Dallas Real Time Rapid Rehousing (DRTRR), the initiative will look to rehouse over 2,600 people experiencing homelessness.
Efforts Ramping Up To Get More Donations Of Blood In North TexasBlood shortages are being seen throughout Texas and even the nation.
Many North Texas Teachers To Receive Pay Raises, Bonuses At Start Of New School YearNew pay raises and incentives will help North Texas districts keep the staff they currently have and potentially attract more people to the job.
Gardening 101: Veggies That Love The HeatSummer may be thought of as gardening season, but for certain vegetables, midsummer is just too hot.
Wednesday Weather UpdateAbundant sunshine. High 78F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.
VP Harris' Visit To El Paso For Border Trip Draws Criticism From Sens. Cruz And Cornyn, Gov. AbbottIt was announced Wednesday that Vice President Kamala Harris will be visiting El Paso, Texas, on Friday for a trip to the U.S.-Mexico border. Katie Johnston reports
Back To The HeatHighs are back in the mid to upper 90s the next few days.
Pandemic Has Taken Toll On Mental Health Of Healthcare Workers And First RespondersThe pandemic has been especially difficult on healthcare workers.
Changes Ahead For Fort Worth 911 Call Center In Wake Of Long Delays, Unanswered Calls“It is now our number one priority in the city to make sure that when you call 911 can you get a live person,” Fort Worth City Councilman Chris Nettles said.
Dozens Protest No Indictments For Jailers Fired After Marvin Scott's DeathScott’s family and civil rights groups had been demanding criminal charges against the former jailers during protests in the months since the 26-year-old man died.
Selection Of Vacation Home Rentals Getting SparseIf you’re holding out on making summer travel plans, you may be out of luck if they involve a vacation-home rental.
One Tribe Foundation Helping First Responders, Healthcare Workers With Growing Mental Health ChallengesThe foundation's counseling sessions to first responders increased 30% last year. They plan on expanding across the southwest in 2022.
Hotel Industry Struggling To Fill OpeningsThis could have an impact on people's summer vacations.
North Texas Nonprofit Working To Bring Joy Of Scuba To Disabled VetsThe founders of Adapt-Able Scuba believe time in the water can be life-changing for those with physical or emotional challenges.

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