Tom Mannewitz of Targetmaster, a gun store in Garland, said he has a handful of AR-15s in his shop, but won't be getting any more due to Colt's decision.

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Better Weather On The WayA little more rain possible with mild temps on Wednesday.
Missing Child In Dallas Has Been FoundDallas Police released no further details Tuesday night shortly after 10:00 p.m.
2020 Graduates Share Lessons Learned While Staying At Home During Coronavirus PandemicThe 2020 school year ended in a way students and their families never imagined.
1 Dead, 1 Rescued From Car Crash 'In Past Few Days' In Fort WorthPolice believe the crash happened "in the past few days," but the vehicle had not been found because it wasn't visible from the road.
Dallas Considers Raising Property Taxes During Coronavirus PandemicThe city could take advantage of a special exemption to state law and impose a property tax increase of 8%.
Dallas 9-Year-Old Listed As 'Critical Missing Person' By PolicePolice said Curtis Eatman was last seen riding a white scooter at the 1500 block of Reynoldston Lane around 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Woman Says Prayer In Front Of Wylie Mayor At Council MeetingMayor Eric Hogue says only male members of a Christian missionary group should be able to say a prayer before a City Council meeting.
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North Texas Man Uses Lift During COVID-19 Restrictions To Wish Wife Happy Birthday Though Hospital WindowIt was a serenade worthy of Shakespeare's Cyrano de Bergerac and it happened during the pandemic, on a lift outside a hospital in Fort Worth.
IRS Stimulus Debit Cards Being Cut Up, Mistakenly Reported As ScamThe IRS is sending out four-million stimulus payments in the form of Visa prepaid debit cards even though most people were expecting checks.
Some Fort Worth ISD Students To Return To Elementary Schools Next WeekMost of them are bilingual, or English as a second language students, who the district determined would benefit from a learning environment difficult to create outside the classroom.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, May 26.
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What Will Summer Camp In Texas Look Like This YearSteve Pickett reports some camps in Dallas will be limited in size and some won't happen at all.
Talk Still Simmering On Possibility Of RNC Coming To Texas Instead Of North CarolinaJack Fink talked to North Texas leaders about the possibility, Some are on board and some are not.
Fort Worth Offering $10M In Grants To Small Businesses Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicAn infusion of needed cash is now available to more small businesses in Fort Worth.
Texas Driver's License And Motor Vehicle Centers Opening In Phases, With Limited ServicesIf you’re one of the many people who have waited for months now to get your drivers license, you’ll be able to do so starting May 26.
Police Investigating After North Dallas Woman Killed In Her DrivewayPolice are investigating after finding Leslie Squair Baker, 59, in her driveway, sitting in the driver seat of her car with a fatal gunshot wound on Monday evening.
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Business Booming For Bike SalesIt may be the hottest sport of the coronavirus: biking. When the world shut down, the lines outside of the bike shops appeared.
Now Hiring: Home Health CompanionsHome Health Care Companions specializes in providing nursing and care giving services for clients in their homes.
Celebrating The Class Of 2020Congrats graduates and good luck!
Tuesday Evening Weather UpdateSome clouds. Low 62F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.

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