Despite Urgency And Pressure, FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn Says 'Corners Cannot Be Cut' In Authorizing COVID-19 Vaccine“We look at the data ourselves and we number crunch the data ourselves, so we’ll drawl own conclusions from the data.” FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn told CBS 11.
Habitat For Humanity Building North Texas Homes Made Of Shipping ContainersA new opportunity has come along for North Texans struggling to pay their rents and mortgages.
American Airlines Flies MAX Jet Out Of DFW AirportKen Molestina reports.
'Please Help Us': Dallas Residents Fed Up With Growing Street Racing CrowdsStreet racing continues to challenge the City of Dallas, with meetups now drawing hundreds of people.
Super Bowl Of Rodeo Starts Thursday In ArlingtonSteve Pickett reports.
Can Employers Require COVID-19 Vaccine?Robbie Owens reports.
Gardening 101: TreesKnowing how to plant a tree the right way, will ensure success every time.
Arlington Charities Working Overtime To Rebound From TornadoVolunteers are working double time so that the non-profit can get back on track in time for the holidays.
Wednesday Weather UpdateA few passing clouds, otherwise generally clear. Low 38F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Sen. Cruz Urges U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Emergency Appeal On Pennsylvania Election ChallengeSen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, publicly urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to hear the expedited appeal of a case challenging the election results in Pennsylvania, saying the matter "raises serious legal issues." Katie Johnston reports.
Hit-And-Run Driver Slams Into Children At Crosswalk, Injuring Both Of ThemA hit-and-run driver struck two 14-year-old boys who were crossing the intersection of Meadowlark Drive and Glade Road in Grapevine. Katie Johnston reports.
Grapevine Police Seek Hit-And-Run Driver Who Injured 2 ChildrenGrapevine Police are seeking help from the public to identify a woman involved in a hit and run that injured two children.
Warmer Wednesday With RainMore cool air is on the way.
Still Time To Help North Texas Charities On Giving TuesdayThe North Texas Food Bank said they are giving out about 10 million meals per month, which is nearly double what they were giving out this time last year.
New PPP 'Loan Necessity' Questionnaire Raises Concern Among Small Business OwnersMonths after thousands of small businesses accepted government aid to help them get through the pandemic, some borrowers are worried the government is changing the forgiveness rules.
North Texas Researchers Track Data To See If Thanksgiving Holiday Was A COVID-19 SuperspreaderLeading up to the holiday, health officials sounded the alarm about taking part in typical Thanksgiving traditions as cases surged in the Metroplex.
CDC Says Healthcare Workers, Nursing Home Residents To Get COVID-19 Vaccine FirstAndrea Lucia reports.
Health Experts Fear Too Many People Will Not Get COVID-19 VaccineRobbie Owens reports.
Texas Reports High Hospitalization Rate 5th Day In A RowJack Fink reports on the concerns doctors and nurses have now.
Close Call In Lake Worth: Firefighters Save Family Unaware House Is AblazeFirefighters in Lake Worth saved a family from their burning home.
Wylie Alum Sarah Fuller Makes HistoryVanderbilt athlete Sarah Fuller kicked off to start the second half of Saturday's game, making history as the first woman to play in a Power 5 conference football game.
Rare Mountain Lion Sighting In RowlettDallas County had a extremely rare visitor last week. But it’s the kind of visitor that could cause some chills.
Postal Service: Send Packages Early To Arrive By ChristmasHoliday shopping is crazier than ever this year. Stay ahead of the curve by getting it all wrapped up with a bow early.
UTA Looking At New Ways To Keep Drivers Safer On Icy RoadsMadison Sawyer reports.