​Today’s highs in the 90s. For many people - this brings up the question will the heat and humidity kill the virus? ​

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CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Look Who's Back! Rain!Rain is in the forecast through next Monday.
Effort Underway To Solve Mystery Of Long HaulersMany people have lingering issues after fighting COVID-19.
Some Dallas Residents Face Up To 8 More Days Without Running WaterThe winter storms caused Dallas 327 water main breaks. One-hundred and twenty of those, still need to be repaired.
$11,527 Vs. $334: How Much Your Electric Plan Cost You During Texas' Winter StormsLast week, at times Griddy customers were paying $9 a kilowatt, compared to the $0.11 many fixed rate consumers were paying.
'You Deserve Answers, You Will Get Those Answers': Gov. Greg Abbott On Days-Long Power Outages During Winter Storms"Tragic does not even begin to describe the devastation and suffering you endured over the past week," said Gov. Abbott. "Too many of you were shivering in your own homes, no power, no heat, no water."
$11,527 Vs. $334: How Much Your Electric Plan Cost You During Texas' Winter StormsWhile thousands of Texans face huge electricity bills, experts say most homeowners should not have a bill out of the ordinary.
Damaged Building Forces Some Little Kids Into School They Are Years Away From AttendingJ.D. Miles reports on pre-schoolers mingling among pre-teens in Grapevine.
Gov. Greg Abbott Addresses Texans About Power Outages During Winter StormsGovernor Greg Abbott delivered a televised statewide address Wednesday, Feb. 24 discussing the recent power outages experienced across Texas and the state's ongoing recovery response to the winter storm.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, Feb. 24.
'Soft Opening' Of Globe Life Field For COVID-19 Vaccinations A Trouble-Free Experience“There wasn’t anything confusing about it,” said Richard Estes of Fort Worth. “Got the email, confirmed my times. That was pretty much it.”
'Don't Get In A 5-Hour Line': Thousands Show Up At Dallas' Fair Park For COVID-19 VaccinationsIt was absolute congestion as thousands of people tried to access Fair Park for the opening of the super COVID-19 vaccination site managed by FEMA and Dallas County.
Resigned ERCOT Board Member Defends Actions During Winter StormsJack Fink reports.
Gardening 101: Freeze DamageHard frost freezes water in plant cells, causing dehydration and damage to cell walls. Cold injury is more likely to occur as the sun comes up.
Can't Find A Plumber? Cozy Up To Your Local Hardware Store WorkersIf you're dealing with burst pipes, you know there just aren't enough plumbers available right now.
Active Weather Pattern That Produced Historic Winter Storms Brings Weekend RainClear to partly cloudy. Low around 45F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph.
'This Isn't Right,' Thousands Of Garland Renters Still Without Running WaterThousands of Garland renters are still without running water and some say every day the situation is getting worse.
Jennifer Faith Arrested For Obstruction Of Justice In Husband James Faith's MurderDallas homicide detectives along with ATF, arrested Jennifer Faith, 48, on Wednesday, Feb. 24, on a federal charge for obstruction of justice, related to the murder investigation of her husband James Faith Jr. Katie Johnston reports.
Massive Fire Lights Up Night Sky Over Fort WorthQuestions Wednesday morning as to what caused a massive overnight fire to light up the skies over Fort Worth. Katie Johnston reports.
He Survived The 133 Vehicle Pileup On I-35W, Now Texas Paramedic Trey McDaniel Will Get A New SUV MedStar paramedic Trey McDaniel was on his way to work on Thursday, February 11th, when he was ensnared in the massive 133-vehicle pileup on I-35W in Fort Worth that killed six people. Katie Johnston reports.
Fry's Electronics Has Gone Out Of Business, Closing All Stores NationwideIt was a move that happened suddenly, overnight on February 23 Fry's Electronics closed all of its stores, ending a nearly four-decade run in business. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
Emergency Crews Battle Massive Fire At Fort Worth BuildingEmergency Crews Battle Massive Fire At Fort Worth Building

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