Hot And Dry WeekendHighs will be in the mid to upper 90s.
Another Soldier Missing From Fort Hood, Search UnderwayFort Hood and Killeen Police issued alerts Thursday night on the latest missing soldier, Sgt. Elder Fernandes, who was reported missing the day before.
Dallas County Offering Expanded Coronavirus TestingStarting Saturday, Dallas County is offering COVID-19 testing to anyone over 5 years old with or without symptoms.
Some Businesses Hiring Security To Deal With Fights Over MasksThose who do not abide by Gov. Greg Abbott’s order face up to a $250 fine.
Duncanville Police Officer Saves Infant From Locked, Hot CarThe officer shattered the vehicle window and got the infant out of the vehicle and into the air-conditioned patrol vehicle until paramedics arrived.
Chance Encounter With 2-Year-Old Leads Dallas Police Officers To Help Mother Who Fled Abusive Spouse With Her 6 ChildrenOfficers Reneeshia McIntyre and Delia Pesina were answering a call this month at an Old East Dallas apartment complex when a friendly 2-year-old just happened to get their attention.
Some UNTHSC Students To Help Tarrant County With COVID-19 Contact TracingCBS 11’s Erin Jones reports.
Denton County Reports First Human Case Of West Nile Virus This SummerThe patient lives in Denton and was diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease.
Active Coronavirus Cases Connected To North Texas Child Care Centers In Single DigitsThe first state reports of COVID-19 cases connected to child care facilities show combined active cases across the largest counties in North Texas are in the single digits.
Dallas ISD Parents Getting In Gear To Help Kids Learn OnlineThe first four weeks of the school year will be online due to COVID-19 concerns.
Friday Evening News BriefHere’s what made news Friday, August 21.
A Look At New COVID-19 Guidelines For Entering Nursing HomesNicole Nielsen reports.
Dallas County Reports 439 More Coronavirus Cases From June, 260 New Cases FridayThe total COVID-19 case count in Dallas County is 67,486 along with 849 deaths.
Dallas ISD Parents Figuring Out How To Manage At-Home Learning“Not every family will be able to do it, and I hope they have somebody that can kind of help them with going back to school,” said Stephanie Dunbar.
State Of The Art Fire Station Opens In MidlothianA new, state-of-the-art fire station opened in Midlothian.
Friday Evening Weather UpdatePartly cloudy skies. Low 72F. Winds E at 5 to 10 mph.
Amber Alert Issued For 14-Month-Old Police Say Is ‘In Grave Danger’An Amber Alert was issued for 14-month-old Klay Guzman out of Colorado City, about 4 hours West of Dallas. Katie Johnston reports.
Pipeline Explosion Reported In Port District Of Corpus Christi, 6 HospitalizedSix people have been hospitalized after a natural gas pipeline exploded Friday in the Port of Corpus Christi, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
New Tropical Depression Poses Potential Hurricane Threat To South TexasThe National Hurricane Center expects Tropical Depression 14 to veer northwest and cut across Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula Sunday, and then possibly head toward Texas. Katie Johnston reports.
Friday Weather UpdateSunshine and a few afternoon clouds. High 94F. Winds light and variable.
DPS Seeks Information In 1979 Slaying Of Dallas ChildThe Texas Department of Public Safety is seeking leads in the 1979 homicide of 7-year-old Elizabeth Lynne Barclay, and an increased reward of up to $6,000 is being offered.
Explosion Reported In Port District Of Corpus ChristiFirefighters in Corpus Christi are responding to an apparent pipeline explosion in the city’s port and refinery district.
Dallas Mayor’s Back To School Fair UnderwayDallas Mayor’s Back To School Fair Underway
Road Rage Shooting Leaves Man Injured In Garland, Police Searching For SuspectPolice in Garland are looking for a road rage driver who shot a passenger in a car that unintentionally cut him off to avoid a crash scene. Katie Johnston reports.