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Tropical Depression Imelda Bears Down On The Texas CoastOne-time Tropical Storm Imelda hovers over Southeast Texas with winds approaching 50 miles an hour and dumping heavy rains. The system is prompting some school districts along the Texas Gulf Coast to cancel classes today and it may affect weather in North Texas too.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
1 Injured After 18-Wheeler Goes Off Bridge In Kaufman CountyOne person was taken to the hospital after an 18-wheeler loaded with flowers went off a bridge and into a creek near Forney early Wednesday afternoon.
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Rain Heading Into North TexasImelda is going to bring the rain our way.
Uber Says It's Preparing To Bring Self-Driving Rides To DallasStarting in November, Uber will have a specifically-trained vehicle operator collecting data to develop high definition maps for a self-driving system.
Dallas Officer Matthew Rushing Pleads Guilty To Writing Fake TicketsRushing was placed on administrative leave by the Dallas Police Department in June. He faces up to five years in prison.
Frisco Centennial High Graduate In Critical Condition After Being Struck By Suspected Drunk Driver In College StationCollege Station Police say Saturday around 2:00 a.m. a vehicle struck Carly Beatty near an intersection and then left the scene without rendering aid.
Arlington ISD Taking Extra Steps Addressing Threats To Students, CampusesArlington Police said they’ve already received several tips throughout the school district.

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Former Arlington Cafeteria Worker Accused Of Stealing Thousands From Students' Meal AccountsAlma Rodriguez, 52, was indicted in August on theft charges.
Fort Worth ISD Teacher Officially Dismissed Over Anti-Immigration Tweets Following AppealThe Fort Worth teacher who was fired in May after posting controversial anti-immigration tweets to President Donald Trump, will not get her job back.
West Dallas Business BurnsDallas Fire-Rescue said it had 40 to 50 firefighters battling the fire at Lincoln Press.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, September 17.
North Texas Teen Boxer Has High HopesTristan Kalkreuth is a young boxer in North Texas.
3 People Shot At Garland Apartment ComplexIt happened in the 3700 block of Easton Meadows near I-30 and President George Bush Turnpike behind Lakeview Centennial High School.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastSome clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. Low near 75F. Winds ESE at 10 to 20 mph.
Dallas Holocaust And Human Rights Museum Unveils New Home; Reminds To Love Not HateThe three-story Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is far more than Holocaust Survivors in Dallas ever imagined when they opened their first Museum in the Jewish Community Center in 1984.
Fort Worth ISD Board Approves Termination Of Teacher Georgia ClarkFormer teacher Georgia Clark was fired back in May. She appealed that decision, but now it’s final.
Gas Prices Jump 10 Cents In Dallas-Fort Worth After Attacks On Saudi OilA drone attack that happened halfway around the world is having an impact in Dallas-Fort Worth.
North Texas Workers Join Nationwide Strike Against GM Over Contract DisputeAuto workers in North Texas are joining a nationwide strike against General Motors early Monday morning as the union calls for a better contract deal.
Dallas Police Association Wants Amber Guyger Murder Trial DelayedThe head of the Dallas Police Association is calling for the Amber Guyger murder trial, scheduled to begin Monday, September 23, to be delayed.
North Texas Police Bike Program Going InternationalGrand Prairie Police hold the program twice a year, usually just for officers in Texas.
Amazon Holds Job Fair In Dallas To Help Fill 30,000 Positions Across USThe job fair was held Tuesday at the Frontiers of Flight Museum at 6911 Lemmon Avenue from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
New Chapter In E-Cigarette Debate Happening In Dallas CountyHealth leaders briefed Dallas County Commissioners on the dangers of vaping.
Holocaust And Human Rights Museum Dedicated In DallasTuesday's dedication was memorable for Holocaust survivors who live in North Texas.
DFW Golf WeeklyDFW Golf Weekly provides great insight to the best courses across North Texas plus Pro tips sure to help improve your game.
Lung Surgeon Talks Of Vaping DangersDoctor Gary Schwartz talks about the damage e-cigarettes can cause users.
Rain Returns To North Texas ForecastA shower or two possible across southern part of the Metroplex. Highs in the mid 90s on Wednesday.
Garland Police Investigate Scene Where Multiple People ShotThis happened in the 3700 block of Easton Meadows.

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