North Texas Relief Groups Prepare To Help Hurricane Ida Victims Throughout SeptemberPeople in Louisiana are in lining up for food and water after Hurricane Ida. North Texas relief groups are preparing for an effort to help that will last through the month.
Cook Children's Says COVID-19 Caseload Stretching Staff To LimitDuring a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 1, the heads of several departments said they're dealing with unprecedented volumes.
Dallas Firefighters Keep Vigil Outside Hospital Where One Of Their Own Is In Critical Condition With COVID-19“David just celebrated his 40th anniversary with the Dallas Fire Department which is amazing," sald Dallas Fire-Rescue's Christian Hinojosa.
Toxicology Reports Shows No Alcohol, Drugs In Angela West's System After ArrestRepresentatives of Angela West, the wife of Republican candidate for governor Allen West, say results are back on a blood alcohol test after her DWI arrest last month.
Once Texas' 'Most Important Tool' Against COVID-19, State Abandons Contact TracingThe new state budget, which took effect September 1, prohibits the use of state funds “for the purpose of contact tracing of COVID-19.”
CDC Issues Warning About Labor Day Travel During COVID-19 SurgeNicole Nielsen reports.
North Texas Congressmen React To Afghanistan WithdrawalJack Fink spoke with Republican Rep. Roger Williams and Democratic Rep. Colin Allred.
Fort Worth Abortion Clinic Tells Some Clients They'll Need To Go Out Of State“Our parking lot is empty today, in one of the busiest clinics in our company,” said Marva Sadler, senior director of clinical services at Whole Women’s Health in Fort Worth. “…And of the few patients we have seen today, we cannot continue to see them because their ultrasounds made them ineligible for a procedure today.”
Corinth And Lake Dallas Police Departments MergeThey had their first shift together on Wednesday, Sept. 1.
Gardening 101: It's Fall Garden SeasonJeff Ray has lots of tips.
North Texas Relief Organizations Arrive In LouisianaA lot of people are short on basic necessities after Hurricane Ida.
Ferris High School's Darrick Willis On Landry Award Watch ListThe junior running back rolled up 320 yards rushing and four touchdowns in the Yellowjackets 58-14 season opening win over Mabank.
More COVID-19 Patients In North Texas Hospitals MondayGov. Abbott says COVID-19 trends are improving around the state.
A Look At Ida's DestructionJason Allen reports from Louisiana.
Dallas Nonprofit Set To Help Afghan RefugeesHelping Hands Ministry Health is preparing to help Afghan refugees who will be arriving in Dallas’ Vickery Meadows neighborhood.
North Texas Retired Marine Honors 'Fallen 13' Near Busy HighwayBryan McNeal held the U.S. flag for 130 minutes to honor each soldier for 10 minutes each.
Constitutional Carry Takes Effect In Texas WednesdayUnder the law, Texans 21 and older will be able to carry a handgun either openly in a holster or concealed without first obtaining a license.
Slew Of New Laws Taking Effect In Texas On WednesdayAnother law set to go into effect Wednesday is the Fetal Heartbeat bill.
Travel Nurse Shares Story During COVID-19 SurgeRobbie Owens reports.
Gas Prices Likely Higher Labor Day Weekend, But Not Because Of Hurricane IdaAccording to AAA, the national gas price average Tuesday, August 31, was just under $3.16, but the agency said to expect those to fluctuate as we head into Labor Day weekend.
Colleyville Heritage High Principal James Whitfield Placed On Paid Administrative Leave Amid ControversyWhitfield talked about the situation on Tuesday.
Family Of Garland Lyft Driver Killer And Possible Terror Suspect Imran Ali Rasheed 'Blindsided' By What HappenedRasheed suffered from multiple sclerosis and may have been depressed after he was recently laid off, but his family had no reason to believe he was capable of such violence, said attorney Edwin King.
Hundreds Of New Texas Laws Go Into Effect WednesdayAmong the new laws, Constitutional or Permitless Carry.
Need For COVID-19 Testing In North Texas Schools Rising, Students With Symptoms Reminded To Stay HomeWith an uptick in COVID-19 cases in schools comes an increased need for testing, health experts say.