The number of COVID-19 cases in Dallas, Tarrant and Collin counties are dropping when compared to earlier in July. Health officials are hoping to see the number of North Texans being treated at hospitals for the virus will drop even further.

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Dallas City Council Votes To Cut Dallas Police Overtime Budget By $7MThe Dallas City Council voted 11-4 Wednesday night to cut $7 million from the Dallas Police Department's $24 million overtime budget.
Temps Warm Up As Sunshine ReturnsExpect a high around 80 on Thursday.
Team Coverage: Breonna Taylor Protests In Dallas And Fort WorthDozens protested in both North Texas cities, after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong in March.
Team Coverage: North Texans React To No Charges Against Police For Killing Breonna TaylorThe charges brought by the grand jury were three counts of wanton endangerment against fired Officer Brett Hankison for shooting into Taylor’s neighbors’ homes during the raid on the night of March 13.
Fort Worth Dad Puts On Dancing Show For Son During 14-Year-Old's Chemotherapy TreatmentsEvery Tuesday when Aiden Yielding is inside the hospital doing rounds of chemo, his dad, Chuck is outside sending his son some positive vibes through dancing.
Texas Surpasses 15K Coronavirus DeathsThe death toll from the coronavirus in Texas surpassed the 15,000 mark Wednesday as the total number of deaths across the U.S. topped 200,000, the highest in the world.
Dallas City Council To Vote On DPD Overtime BudgetThe council is considering cutting $7 million from the police OT budget.
Technology Used To Solve 1974 Fort Worth Murder Giving Confidence For Other Cold CasesThe technology used to solve a Fort Worth murder from 1974 is giving police new confidence about solving other cold cases.
Changes Made To State Fair Livestock Market Show As It Goes On During PandemicIt’s one of the most anticipated events at the State Fair of Texas and this year the livestock market show will still go on. However, there will be some changes.
2 Largest North Texas School Districts Still Doing Virtual Learning Only Whiles Others Have OptionsDallas and Fort Worth ISDs will be doing virtual learning only until October while other North Texas districts are giving parents and students options for returning to the classroom.
Troop 263 Loves Earning Badges And Representing The Boy ScoutsThe Boy Scouts of Troop 263 are hard at work earning their badges while helping others.
Buying The Beauty You See During One Of North Texas' Biggest Plant SalesOne thing gardener/meteorologist Jeff Ray enjoys is walking around local botanical gardens to see what he might want to try planting in his own yard -- that's why he's vey excited about an upcoming plant sale.
Dallas Home To Best 'Call Of Duty' Esports Team In The WorldEnvy operates teams in multiple games, and it owns the Dallas Empire of the Call of Duty League and Overwatch League team Dallas Fuel.
Wednesday Weather UpdateCloudy, 5% chance of rain through 5 pm
North Dallas Bulldogs Optimistic Despite Decades-Long Playoff DroughtThey have not reached the playoffs since 1952.
Below Average Temps On WednesdayThe high will be in the mid-70s.
Fort Worth City Manager Initiates Audit, Criminal Investigation Following Termination Of Aviation Department DirectorCity Manger David Cooke is auditing the department and asking Fort Worth Police to open a criminal investigation.
'Finally, Finally': Suspected Killer Of Fort Worth Teen Carla Walker Arrested For Capital Murder 46 Years LaterWiping away tears, Carla Walker's brother, Him expressed gratitude Tuesday to Fort Worth Police for the arrest of a suspect, 77-year-old Glen McCurley.
Fort Worth School Board Considering Delay In Bringing Students Back To CampusParents and teachers demonstrated outside before the board meeting.
Fort Worth Mom Gives Birth To Quadruplets After Brain Surgery While PregnantRobbie Owens talked to the busy mom and dad.
GOP Demonstrates In Front Of Dallas City Hall Day Before Vote On Cutting Police OTAbout 40 area Republican party leaders and members held a defend the police protest in front of Dallas City Hall one day before council members will vote whether to cut $7M from the police department's overtime budget next year.
Community's 'Quarantine Project' Creates Pop-Up Bookstore Benefitting University Park Public LibraryBooks earmarked for donation to the University Park Public Library have piled up since the coronavirus crept from spring into summer.
Children's Cancer Awareness MonthMeet Will McKie, at only 10 years old he's a fierce warrior.
Parent Diaries 3: Preparing Children For Return To School During COVID-19 PandemicMore schools will open their doors in the coming weeks, allowing students on campus for the first time in six months. The transition could be tricky, so we asked parents how they prepared their kids to go back to class.

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