Check out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, February 27.
Red Oak Lady Hawks Keep RollingThe Lady Hawks have not lost a game since the calendar flipped from 2019 to 2020.
Keller ISD Hosts Aerial Robotics Showcase 'Game Of Drones'Drones and robotics are being used to teach STEM to students all over North Texas.
International Travelers Wrestle With Staying Or Going Amid Coronavirus Concerns“I mean we can’t stop. We can’t run from everything,” one traveler at DFW International Airport said. “I’m aware of what I need to do.”
Coronavirus Keeping Medicine Factories In China Closed"China controls almost 100% of the generic medications that are prescribed in the United States."
Military Vets, Spouses Attend Job Fair Tailored Specifically For ThemClose to 100 companies set up shop at AT&T Stadium looking to hire military veterans in North Texas.
Pickup Truck Crashes Into Home, Car In Driveway In North Richland HillsAccording to witnesses who helped get the driver of the red pickup out of the truck, he had some kind of medical issue.
Jury Weighing Whether To Sentence Convicted Cop Killer Brandon McCall To DeathMcCall shot and killed Richardson Police Officer David Sherrard in February 2018.
Summer Student Exchange Trips Latest Coronavirus CasualtyFort Worth Sister Cities has postponed a summer student exchange trip to China, and could postpone an Italy trip next week, as the COVID-19 virus spreads.
Report: Jerry Jones Wants Jason Witten Back With Cowboys In 2020Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke with the media at the NFL Combine on Thursday and gave his thoughts on the team’s offseason plans including free-agent tight end Jason Witten. Jones said he would like Witten to return to the team for his 17th season. Katie Johnston reports.
Thursday Evening Weather UpdateClear skies. Low 39F. Winds WSW at 5 to 10 mph.
Better Together: Food Pairing For Optimal HealthAs more people are choosing plant-based diets, nutritionists say pairing certain foods pack more than just taste.
Desmond Jones Declines To Testify In Case Of Abducted Lancaster TeenThe case for one of the men accused of involvement in the abduction and murder of a Lancaster teenager two years ago - declined to testify today.
Governor Abbott Says 'Texas Is Very Well Prepared' For Coronavirus"We've been through this exercise before," Governor Abbott said referencing the Ebola situation in Dallas in 2014. "In Texas language, this isn't our first rodeo."
Texas Unveils Updated Driver License Design With Laser Engraving, Tamperproof MaterialsSmile, it's time your next driver's license got a makeover. Katie Johnston reports.
Governor Greg Abbott Addresses Preparations For Coronavirus"Texans are going to be very pleased to learn the extent of which we've already been working to deal with the coronavirus," Gov. Abbott said in Frisco on Thursday.
Water Main Break Floods Highway In HoustonAuthorities said a water main break caused a section of 610 East Loop in Houston to flood, leaving drivers stranded.
The Fresh Grocer: CantaloupeCantaloupe melon makes a refreshing snack in the summer, and it contains nutrients that can benefit a person's health.
Enlistment Oath For U.S. Army Recruits In Texas Was Truly Out Of This WorldDozens of young people gathered at Johnson Space Center in Texas and across the U.S. to dedicate themselves to service and the soldier administering the oath did it from 250 miles above the Earth. Katie Johnston reports.
Winner's Circle: Teenager Completes Marathon During Cancer TreatmentDespite battling a rare form of cancer since June of 2019, 13-year-old Joey Belles did something many dream of accomplishing. He completed a marathon.
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Shattered Dreams: Birdville Students Emotional After Mock DUIFive Birdville students played a role in a mock DUI presentation. Only four made it out alive.
Molson Coors CEO Was At Conference In Texas When Mass Shooting HappenedWhen a Molson Coors employee stormed the campus in Milwaukee and shot five co-workers the CEO of the company, Gavin Hattersley, was in Texas. Katie Johnston reports.