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Celebrating The Class Of 2020Congratulations graduates and good luck!
Tuesday Morning Weather UpdatePartial cloudiness early, with scattered showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon. High 89F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Protests, Looting In Arlington OvernightProtesters converged at Walmart and a pawn shop was looted.
Protesters And Police Hug In Fort WorthOfficers on bicycles approached the protesters, got off their bikes and took a knee.
Fort Worth Police Chief Prays With Protesters: 'I Hope They Saw Our Hearts, We Saw Their Hearts'About 125 people in Fort Worth came to protest and were ready to be arrested for violating the city's curfew Monday night, but that's not what happened.
Dozens Of Protesters Arrested On Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge In DallasProtesters were warmed if they violated curfew they would be arrested and organizers said they were prepared for that.
Tropical Storm Formation Possible In Gulf; Could Affect TexasCBS 11 meteorologists are watching storm development near Campeche in southern areas of the Gulf of Mexico this week as remnants of what was once Pacific Tropical Storm Amanda have a 90% chance to strengthen back into a tropical storm as the system moves north.
Texas Adjusting Hurricane Response Plans Due To Coronavirus PandemicMonday marked the start of hurricane season and experts are predicting a busy one with as many as a half dozen major hurricanes.
Dallas Protest Planned Despite 7PM Curfew: 'We Must Continue To Stand Our Ground'Some protesters have been arrested as the at-first peaceful demonstrations have turned into events of concern for public safety.
Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, June 1.
Dallas Mayor Talks City's Curfew & ProtestsDallas Mayor Eric Johnson Talks City's Curfew Amd Protests With Jack Fink
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Billions Of Dollars In Relief For Small Businesses Going UnusedI-Team reporter Brian New explains what's being done to get the money into the hands who need it.
Black-Owned Businesses Among Those Damaged By Vandals During Protests"A riot is a cry for help, so a lot of time, when you won't listen to our cries, people will make you listen to your cries." said business owner Wes Williams.
Dallas Mayor Says Curfew Working, Agitators Were From Out Of TownDallas Mayor Eric Johnson says the curfew got people off the streets and brought property damage and vandalism under control last night, compared with Friday and Saturday nights.
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North Texas Hospital Trying To Make Mental Health Care For Kids More AccessibleThe conversation around mental health has become critical and doctors say it can impact children already suffering from anxiety and depression.
Fort Worth Community Leader Says Police And Citizens Need To Come TogetherCory Session said he hopes to have a vigil in Fort Worth with citizens and police.
Brother Of Dallas Officer Killed In 2016 Ambush Concerned About Safety During Latest Protests“You can’t bring awareness to a negative action with another negative action,” said Carlos Zamarripa, brother of fallen Dallas officer Patrick Zamarripa,
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Warm, Dry Monday NightIt is starting to feel like summer in North Texas. Well, it is June!
Fort Worth Implements 8PM CurfewIn the "interest of public safety," Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has executed a declaration of emergency and implemented an 8 p.m. curfew.
Dallas Police Prepare For Monday Evening ProtestThe Dallas Police Association president says his officers are ready for whatever happens Monday night when another protest is planned despite a 7:00 p.m. curfew.
Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Says Racism Must Be Addressed Head On: It's Time For All Leaders To Speak UpFort Worth ISD Superintendent Kent Scribner is calling on leaders everywhere to denounce racism now. Katie Johnston reports.

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