Recently, Medicare sent out an alert urging patients to get routine care for chronic ailments such as diabetes and blood pressure.

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Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, July 13.
Fewer Polling Places Will Be Open In Dallas Tuesday Due To PandemicIt's primary runoff election day on Tuesday in Texas.
DeSoto ISD Presents Back To School Options To Parents, StudentsStudents can go back to school or learn virtually.
Extreme Heat Leads To Adjustments At Some North Texas Coronavirus Testing SitesThose running Projects Unity’s “Together We Test” imitative ​say even in the extreme heat, the testing must go on.​
A Slight Break From Oppressive Heat ComingWe have another day in triple digits on the way.
Another Free Mask Giveaway Planned In Arlington To Help Fight Spread Of CoronavirusThe event will be held in the parking lot of the AISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center in East Arlington on Thursday, July 16.
Break-In And Equipment Theft Prevent New COVID-19 Testing Site From Opening In DallasThe new walk-up COVID-19 testing site at the Salvation Army’s Pleasant Grove Corps Community Center on Elam Road could not open on July 13 as planned
Strong Early Voting Turnout In North Texas For Primary RunoffsPrimary election runoffs are set for Tuesday.
Texas High School Students Back On Fields As UIL Coronavirus Guidelines Allow For Organized WorkoutsArlington High School kicked off its approved workouts Monday morning at 6:30.
Dallas County Reports 1,114 More Coronavirus Cases, 6 DeathsDallas County Health and Human Services reported 1,114 additional positive cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 34,914.
Denton ISD To Delay Start Of School By 2 Weeks Due To PandemicStudents at Denton ISD will get an extra two weeks of summer after trustees voted to delay the first day of class to August 26.
Some North Texas School Districts Want To Start New School Year OnlineThere is concern students and teachers wouldn't be safe from COVID-19 if they reopened schools on time.
Meet North Texas' 'Butterfly Guy'CBS 11 photojournalist Mike Kinney has the story.
A/C Repair Crews Super Busy In North TexasIt's that time of year. CBS 11's Ken Molestina shows explains what we can do to keep from having to call for HVAC repair.
Artificial Light Can Impact Mental Health Researchers SayCBS 11's Brooke Katz has this "Mental Health Monday" report.
Texas Driver License Offices Back Open And BusyCBS 11's Brian New reports on why most people waiting to get in, don't need to be there.
UT Keeps 'The Eyes Of Texas', Renaming Football Field After Earl Campbell And Ricky WilliamsThe University of Texas at Austin announced a series of steps Monday intended to make itself more welcoming to its Black students but stopped short of shelving “The Eyes of Texas” song that a number of athletes have said needs to go because it has racist undertones. Katie Johnston reports.
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Opening Of New Dallas COVID-19 Site Delayed After BurglaryThe new walk up COVID-19 testing site at the Salvation Army’s Pleasant Grove Corps Community Center on Elam Road could not open on July 13 as planned, because burglars broke into the storage location overnight and stole equipment and supplies used to conduct testing -- including 2 air condition units, personal protective equipment and a computer.
Texas Disaster Declaration For COVID-19 Threat ExtendedA disaster declaration for all counties in Texas in response to the COVID-19 threat has been extended, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Lightning Bolt Almost Strikes State Trooper While On Side Of HighwayIt was a close call recently for a trooper with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol after being out in some severe weather. Katie Johnston reports.
Safety Is The Name Of The Game As High Schools Resume Sports PracticeWith a little more than a month to go before the start of the school year, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) has released guidelines to help teams navigate practices during the COVID-19 pandemic. Arlington High School kicked off its approved workouts Monday morning at 6:30.
Hours Before Scheduled Death Of Oklahoma Man, Judge Blocks Federal ExecutionsThe federal government was planning to carry out the first federal execution in nearly two decades on Monday, but it won’t be happening. Katie Johnston reports.
West Texas Sheriff Dies From COVID-19 Complications After Being Airlifted To Dallas HospitalA West Texas sheriff has died due to complications from COVID-19, according to a law enforcement association. Katie Johnston reports.

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