“For all employers in Texas who don’t have government contracts, you can require your employees to get the Covid-19 vaccine,” said Rogge Dunn, a Dallas business and employment lawyer.
CBS 11 News Now: Thursday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday evening.
Stolen Vehicle With Golden Retriever Recovered, Returned To Happy Owner In Grand PrairieGrand Prairie officers were able to locate the owner and arrange for her to be immediately reunited with her dog, Riggins, which was uninjured.
Texas Workforce Commission Gets A Phone Messaging SystemThousands of unemployed Texans were delayed benefits last spring because they were unable to reach the state agency.
More Than Half Of Dallas City Employees Are Vaccinated Against COVID-19The city is offering incentives to get more people vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID-19 Could Have Reproductive Consequences For WomenAlready pushed to the breaking point battling the latest COVID-19 surge, doctors are also busy fighting bad information about the vaccines, especially as it relates to impact on fertility.
Heated Debate Over Whether Or Not Most People Need A COVID-19 Vaccine Booster ShotBoth Pfizer and Moderna are pushing for people to get booster shots, but the FDA has remained neutral on the issue.
A Community Mourns After Two Brothers Killed In CrashState records show there have been numerous crashes on the road where the Boswell High students were killed.
Addison's Oktoberfest Is BackKennedi Walker reports.
Texas A Top Destination For Out-Of-State TransplantsKen Molestina looks at why in this The Ones For Real Estate report.
Thursday Afternoon Weather UpdateExpect warmer temperatures as we head into the weekend.
Preventing Exercise Induced AsthmaBrooke Katz explains in this The Ones For Wellness report.
Texas 15-Year-Old Kills 3 Family Members, Shares On Social Media, Then Kills HimselfA South Texas teen who said he killed his family and posted graphic images of their bodies on social media killed himself after officers found him at his home, authorities said Thursday, Sept. 16. Katie Johnston reports.
Denton High School Pep Rally Canceled Due To 'Unsubstantiated Threat' On Social MediaA pep rally that was scheduled at Denton High School this morning, September 16 was cancelled due to an 'unsubstantiated threat.' That according to Denton High School Principal, Joel Hays. Katie Johnston reports.
Cooler Weather On Horizon After Warm Weekend - Your Thursday Midday ForecastAnne Elise Parks Thursday midday weather forecast.
Thousands Expected At Kickoff Of Oktoberfest In AddisonThousands Expected At Kickoff Of Oktoberfest In Addison
Duncanville ISD Teams Go Door-To-Door Encouraging Seniors Back To ClassDuncanville ISD Teams Go Door-To-Door Encouraging Seniors Back To Class
Engineers At Dallas Fort Worth Int'l Airport Taking New Approach To Building Passenger GatesIn what's believed to be an aviation industry first, four newly built airport gates -- rooms of concrete, glass and steel -- could be seen crawling in the middle of the night across the tarmac at DFW Airport. Katie Johnston reports.
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
Sunny And Pleasant ThursdayThe high will be around 90 degrees.
Jews Mark Holiest Day Of Year Yom KippurYom Kippur is known as the Day of Atonement.
Shipping Companies, Big Box Stores Hiring Holiday Help NowAccording to a new CreditCards.com survey, more than 1 in 4 holiday shoppers plan to start making their purchases by the end of this month.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Forms Anti-Hate Advisory Council In Response To Rise In Hate CrimesThe announcement comes after the FBI released a new report showing that nationwide, hate crimes hit at a 12-year high in 2020.
2 Killed, 3 Injured In Head-On Crash In Far Northwest Fort WorthThe crash happened just before 4:30 p.m. on Bailey Boswell Road near Twin Mills Boulevard.