Rain Far From FinishedRain chances remain in the forecast through Saturday.
'It Looks Like There Could Be High School Football This Year' Says Dallas ISD SuperintendentDallas ISD announced Wednesday, based on the recent leveling out of Dallas County COVID-19 cases, the district is allowing the phased-in start of athletic conditioning and other designated UIL activities beginning Tuesday, September 8.
Families Reunited With Loved Ones At North Texas Assisted Living Facility For First Time In MonthsCBS 11's Nicole Nielsen shows us how it was possible.
911 Call Released From Drowning Incident Where North Texas 4-Year-Old SurvivedA 911 dispatcher helped a neighbor save a 4-year-old boy during a drowning incident in a backyard pool in Trophy Club on Saturday, August 22.
North Texas School District Asking Parents To Sign Pledge Before Students Return To CampusA North Texas school district is asking parents to sign a list of pledges regarding the COVID-19 pandemic before students return to campus later this month.
Some Dallas ISD Students May Be Back On Campus Sooner Than They ThoughtDallas ISD announced Wednesday, based on the recent leveling out of Dallas County COVID-19 cases, the district is allowing the phased-in start of athletic conditioning and other designated UIL activities beginning Tuesday, September 8.
D Magazine Founder Wick Allison Dies From Cancer At 72Longtime publisher and founder of Dallas' D Magazine, Wick Allison has died from bladder cancer. He was 72.
Dallas ISD Offers Mental Health Services For Students And ParentsIf you are a Dallas ISD student or parent in need of mental health support -- the district encourages reaching out now.
Dallas City Council Rejects Mayor's Proposal To Cut Salaries At City HallDallas city council members on Wednesday rejected Mayor Eric Johnson's proposal to cut salaries at city hall and some proposals to slash funding from the Dallas Police Department.
State Law Enforcement Association Says City Of Denton Not Doing Enough For Officer Shot, Permanently Disabled In Line Of DutyThe Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas claims Denton has has backed down on a promise to help pay rent for the officer’s family and make a van wheelchair accessible.
North Texas Church Leaders Press Dallas Officials To Rename Street After Murdered Resident Botham JeanSeptember 6 will mark the second anniversary of Botham Jean's death and days before that somber date the City of Dallas is considering re-naming a section of South Lamar Street after him.
Dallas County Moves COVID-19 Risk Level Down To 'Orange - Extreme Caution'Following days of decreased numbers in new COVID-19 cases, Dallas County has announced it is moving its risk level for the virus down from red to orange, which loosens some recommendations on restrictions.
Wednesday Weather UpdateFlash Flood Watch until THU 7 a.m.
Gardening 101: Butterfly Garden In A BoxThis week’s story is about how easy it can be to get a butterfly garden going in your yard. That is because the people at Texas AgriLife have done all the work.
Experts Advise Caution Despite Decline In West Nile CasesAlthough on the decline, West Nile cases are still popping up all over North Texas.
Tarrant County Sheriff's Deputy Dies Of COVID-19A Tarrant County sheriff's deputy has died from COVID-19, the department announced Wednesday. The sheriff's office said Cpl. Charles Holt, 36, was diagnosed with the virus last week and died on Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Woman Arrested In Texas Accused Of Setting Apartment Complex On Fire After Facing EvictionA Louisiana woman facing eviction from her apartment has been accused of setting the 25-unit complex on fire, leaving a dog dead and 26 residents displaced, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
Cedar Hill Longhorns Have Extra Reason To Be Excited About Upcoming Football SeasonCBS 11's Desmond Pernell reports.
Lots More Rain On The WayLook out for flash flooding!
NTTA Using Thermal Cameras In Pilot Program To Detect Wrong-Way DriversThe NTTA has started a new effort to not only detect people traveling on highways in the wrong direction, but alert those on the roadway about oncoming wrong-way drivers.
How Many Students Called In Sick Today? New Denton County Website Has The AnswerDenton County’s new webpage, which launched Tuesday, will allow the public to see how many COVID-19 cases have been reported among students and staff at specific school campuses.
Dallas County Reports 455 New Coronavirus Cases, 19 Deaths"Today we are reporting our highest number of new COVID-19 cases that we've seen in some time," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Flu Season Around Corner, Coronavirus Not Going Away Soon"Vaccination for influenza is most important thing we can do as a society this season," said Dr. Glenn Hardesty, an Emergency Physician with Texas Health.
Family Shares Terrifying Details Of 4-Year-Old's Near Drowning ExperienceNicole Nielsen reports on what happened to Hunter Harden.

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