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Storage Units In Short Supply In DFWFor many North Texans, the last couple of weeks have been one problem after another and now, some dealing with flood damage say they’re having a hard time finding storage units.
Dallas Police Chief Eddie Garcia Plans To Decriminalize Possession Of Small Amounts Of MarijuanaSome council members want to review the impact of the policy in six months, but for now they are giving the city’s new chief the green light to implement his first major policy move.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Arrives In DFWThe single-dose vaccine is being rolled out in Arlington and Dallas.
Dallas County Judge And Dallas Mayor Say It's 'Still Too Early' To Fully Reopen TexasDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins tweeted his displeasure with Gov. Abbott's announcement, saying, "...On the day 25 new deaths raise @dallascountytx death toll above 3k, @GovAbbott lifted all his state orders designed to protect you and those you care about from #COVID19. You should focus on what doctors, facts and science say is safe; not on what Gov. says is legal!"
Mask Order Cancelled In Tarrant CountyTarrant County cancelled its local order requiring face coverings Tuesday, and Fort Worth’s was set to expire at the end of the day.
Now Hiring: Software Developer, Computer Programming, Cyber Security Are All In-Demand GigsComputer programmers get paid well and many times, you can work from anywhere in the world.
Tuesday Evening Weather UpdateClear skies. Low around 40F. Winds light and variable.
Ones For Wellness: Practicing MindfulnessMindfulness means paying full attention to something. It means slowing down to really notice what you're doing.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Ends Statewide Mask Mandate, Opens State 100%Texas Governor Greg Abbott's announcement ending the 8-month-long statewide mask mandate and opening up Texas 100% makes it the largest state to lift orders intended to prevent spread of COVID-19.
Raw Video: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Expiring Mask Mandate, Lifting All Coronavirus Restrictions On BusinessesPress conference, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Expiring Mask Mandate, Lifting All Coronavirus Restrictions On BusinessesDuring a press conference in Lubbock, Texas Tuesday, Governor Greg Abbott said Texas will be allowed to open 100% by next Wednesday, March 10. The governor also said he is lifting the state-wide mask mandate. Katie Johnston reports.
Donor Accidentally Leaves $5000 Cash In Jacket Donated To North Texas Goodwill StoreIn early February workers at the Goodwill store in Hurst were approached by a man in a panic, who explained that his wife had accidentally donated a jacket with $5,000 cash in the pocket. Katie Johnston reports.
Fresh Grocer: Yellow PluotsThe pluot is a fruit that combines the plum and the apricot.
Tuesday Weather UpdateSunny. High 62F. Winds light and variable.
Shipment Of Johnson & Johnson Coronavirus Vaccine Headed To DallasShipment Of Johnson & Johnson Coronavirus Vaccine Headed To Dallas
Most Expensive Basketball Card Ever, Luka Doncic Autograph Sells For $4.6MAt $4.6 million, the most expensive basketball card ever sold is a signed Luka Doncic rookie card featuring the NBA Logoman patch from a game-worn Dallas Mavericks jersey. Katie Johnston reports.
12K Doses Of Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Headed To North Texas12K Doses Of Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Headed To North Texas
High School Campus Grocery Store Helping Students, Families During PandemicHigh School Campus Grocery Store Helping Students, Families During Pandemic
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Byron Nelson Bobcats Star Finley Bizjack Says Team Ready For Ultimate TestThe Byron Nelson Bobcats are all about their "Biz." "Biz" as in star sophomore Finley Bizjack.
Chilly Start To TuesdayWe'll warm up to almost 60 degrees in the afternoon.
Buyers Taking Big Risks To Win In DFW Housing MarketThe real estate market in DFW is so competitive, some buyers are taking big risks to make sure their offer is accepted.
Downtown Dallas Skyline Lit Up In Honor Of COVID-19 Victims, SurvivorsDallas is one of more than 140 cities supporting an effort to declare the first Monday in March “COVID Victims and Survivors Memorial Day."

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