The State House and State Senate began separate hearings at 9:00 a.m. that ran well into the evening on Thursday.

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Cooler And Cloudy SaturdayIt's going to be a bit of a change for us.
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A Look At The 56th Annual Academy Of Country Music AwardsWatch the 56th annual Academy of Country Music Awards LIVE on Sunday, April 18 at 8pm ET / 7pm CT on CBS and stream on demand on Paramount+.
Weekend Weather ForecastCloudy skies. Low 48F. Winds N at 10 to 15 mph.
Southlake DPS Wants To Reunite Stuffed Animal Found In Bob Jones Park With Its Rightful OwnerSomeone found it on a bench in Bob Jones Park yesterday, and rescued it from the rain. They say it looks like 'Lotso from Toy Story Three. Katie Johnston reports.
Dallas County Says It Needs To Double Number Of COVID-19 Vaccination Site Volunteers“We need about 350 volunteers on a given day,” said Christian Grisales with Dallas County Health and Human Services. “Right now we're getting less than half.”
Texas House Passes Constitutional Carry BillThe Texas Senate votes on it next.
Burleson Police Officer Joshua Lott Home From Hospital After Being Shot In 3 Places During Traffic StopOfficer Lott was released from JPS Hospital in Fort Worth at 6 p.m. Thursday, about 38 hours after he was shot in the neck, just below the shoulder, and in the chest.
Rain Chances Still There Friday MorningThere is a 70% chance of rain at 7:00 a.m.
Officer Shoots, Kills San Antonio Airport Gunman At ‘Start Of Active Shooter Situation,’ Police SayAn officer with San Antonio Park Police was credited by San Antonio Police Chief William McManus for halting what he called “the start of an active shooter situation” at the San Antonio International Airport. Katie Johnston reports.
Dallas 4-Year-Old Accidentally Swallows Dime, Leads To Doctors Finding TumorThe doctors found a cancerous tumor the size of a tangerine near Charlotte Mason's collar bone. She was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.
Deadline To Apply For FEMA Aid For Texas' Winter Storms ExtendedFEMA has already approved more than $141 million in aid to individuals affected by the Texas winter storms.
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Federal Funds For Child Care Headed To TexasCalling safe, affordable childcare critical to the economic recovery, the federal government is sending billions of dollars to Texas to support families and the childcare centers that allow parents to work.
Long Lines Long Gone At Fair Park For COVID-19 VaccineSteve Pickett reports.
Extra Security At Irving's MacArthur High Day After Long LockdownThere was a report of a gun on campus, but police never found one.

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