New Type Of COVID-19 Testing Site Set To Open In Fort WorthElder Middle School will be testing for coronavirus with people's saliva, instead of using a nasal swab.
Hot, But Not As Hot In DFWThere are small chances of rain most days this week.
Lt. Col. Allen West Speaks On TX GOP Chairman WinLt. Col. Allen West Speaks With CBSN-DFW's Jack Fink After Texas Republican Party Chairman Win Last Night
Man Knocked To Ground And Punched Repeatedly Along Busy Dallas Highway After CrashDallas County Sheriff's deputies are seeking the public's help after a driver was assaulted along a busy Dallas Highway when he was involved in a vehicle accident with an unidentified driver. Katie Johnston reports.
Nearly 30% Of Southwest Airlines Workers Opt To Take Extended Leave Or Early RetirementOfficials with Southwest Airlines confirm that nearly one-third of the workforce has signed up to voluntarily take early retirement or long-term leaves of absence from the company. Katie Johnston reports.
North Texas Golfer Angela Stanford Headed To Texas Golf Hall Of Fame: 'It Gives Me Chills'“I’ve always been blessed with the idea that I never thought I was good enough. It’s all about how hard you work. How bad you want it," she said.
Very Hot, Very Dry WeekendSlim rain chances return next week.
North Texas Family Donates Vietnam War Hero's Medal Of Honor To National Museum In ArlingtonThe legacy of a Fort Worth man who died a hero in the Vietnam War will forever be preserved in North Texas.
North Texas School Districts Prepare To Educate Online: 'We Won't Move To In-Person Schooling Until It's Safe'The Texas Education Agency gave public schools permission to conduct lessons online and keep campuses closed for the first four weeks of the school year.
Overnight Drive-Up Rapid Coronavirus Tests Underway In DallasFrontline ER is offering drive-up rapid coronavirus tests amid a backlog in labs in Texas and parts of the country.
Debate Over STAAR Testing In Spring Rages OnThere is wide-spread opposition to STAAR testing in the next school year.
Dallas ER Offering Overnight Drive-Up Rapid Coronavirus Tests Amid Backlog In Texas LabsThe overnight drive-up rapid test at Frontline ER will cost $200.
High School Sports In Dallas County Put On Hold After New Order From Health OfficialsDallas County's decision to not allow schools to reopen for in-person classes before Sept. 8 has a big effect on high school sports.
State Fair Of Texas Still Moving Forward With Livestock Market ShowWhile there won't be an actual fair at this year's State Fair of Texas, organizers say they are still moving forward with their livestock market show.
Texas Motor Speedway Welcoming Back Fans For NASCAR RaceFans will be in attendance at the O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday.
North Texas School Districts Given New Guidance By TEAThe Texas Education Agency gave school district in North Texas and through the state new guidance on the start of the 2020-2021 school year.
Erin Moran's Weather ForecastThis weekend looks to have the typical July heat with no relief in sight.
West Nile Virus Returns To North TexasThere are no reported human cases, but positive mosquito pools are on the rise.
Fort Worth Dog Parks Reopen But People Must 'Stay' 6 Feet Apart During PandemicFort Worth’s three off-leash dog parks are back open for the first time since March with new health protocols in place to protect pet owners from COVID-19.
Texas Allocates $200M To Purchase Devices For At-Home Learning For StudentsTexas leaders announced Friday that $200 million will be allocated to the purchase of technology and Internet solutions so that students can learn remotely.
Readers' Poll Names Fort Worth Zoo #1 In The U.S.The Fort Worth Zoo has been named No. 1 in the country. USA Today created a list of zoos that excel in animal care and enrichment, while also creating meaningful interactions between animals and humans and created a nationwide contest to choose the 10 best. Katie Johnston reports.
Texas Education Agency Allowing Schools To Begin Virtually For First 4 WeeksSchools in Texas will be allowed to begin the 2020-2021 school year virtually for at least the first four weeks, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) announced Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Non-Stop Texas HeatWe're looking at a high around 97-degrees on Friday.
Dallas Arts Community Prepares For A ComebackThey're creating a plan for when it's safe to reopen.