Friday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Friday, Jan. 22.
Local Card Shop Remembers Baseball Legend Hank AaronThe passing of baseball legend Hank Aaron was on the minds on those at Nick's Sports Cards in Richardson.
North Texas Man Says Pause On Student Loan Debt Is 'Life-Changing'After the U.S. Department of Education announced it will extend the pause on federal student loan payments, many struggling borrowers are breathing a sigh of relief.
North Texas Leaders Looking For Ways To Increase COVID-19 Vaccination EffortsNewly elected congresswoman Beth Van Duyne visited three vaccination sites in North Texas on Friday to see what else the federal government can do.
Friday Evening Weather UpdateCloudy. Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 48F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph.
Alicia Landry Was Responsible For Cowboy Coaching Legend Tom Landry's Fedora“He would wear a hat in New York. Somebody wrote in and said he should wear a cowboy hat. I said ‘no, no, no, that’s too trite, you’re just gonna wear a fedora,” she told CBS 11 in 2016.
COVID-19 Waivers Of Texas Driver Licenses And Identification Cards Coming To An EndThe pandemic has greatly limited access to local and state government offices and resulted in a waiver being granted for expired driver licenses and identification cards... but that grace period is coming to an end. Katie Johnston reports.
11AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks11AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Tarrant County Narcotics Taskforce Takes Large Quantities Of Fentanyl, Illegal Guns, Marijuana, Codeine And Cash Off Streets The Tarrant County Narcotics Taskforce has wasted no time in 2021 ridding the streets of harmful drugs. Katie Johnston reports.
Groups Join Forces To Vaccinate Underserved Communities In Tarrant CountyGroups Join Forces To Vaccinate Underserved Communities In Tarrant County
North Texas Man Faces 3 Federal Charges For Alleged Role In US Capitol RiotNolan Cooke, 22, is facing three federal charges for his alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol after he was identified through social media posts.
Online Enticement Doubles In 2020 Mount Pleasant Texas Police Warn ParentsMount Pleasant Police are warning parents anew about the growing threat of online predators now that the coronavirus has pushed more children into spending more time at their computers or on smartphones. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Friday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Friday morning.
President Biden Sending FEMA To Run COVID Vaccination Sites Across The USPresident Biden Sending FEMA To Run COVID Vaccination Sites Across The US
All Young People In Dallas Invited To Take Part In DISD STEM ExpoAll Young People In Dallas Invited To Take Part In DISD STEM Expo
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
3 Garland Siblings Have Bright Basketball FutureKeith Russell reports.
More 'Bluh' Weather On FridayIt will be another rainy and cloudy day.
It's Been 1 Year Since First Confirmed Case Of COVID-19 In USMore than 24,300,000 people in the U.S. have gotten the virus since then and more than 404,000 people have now died, according to the CDC.
North Texas Realtor Jenna Ryan, Arrested For Alleged Role In Capitol Riot, Kicked Off PayPalRyan, who was arrested last Friday, Jan. 15, asked her Twitter followers for help Thursday afternoon, sharing a link to a PayPal account where supporters could offer a donation.
7 Democrats Call For Ethics Investigation Of Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley 'To Fully Understand Role' In Capitol AttackSeven Democratic Senators said an ethics investigation should determine whether Sen. Cruz and Sen. Hawley, of Missouri, engaged in “improper conduct reflecting on the Senate.”
Effort To Get New Federally Run COVID-19 Vaccination Sites To TexasAndrea Lucia reports on President Biden's plan to combat COVID-19.
Texans Find Answers, Comfort In Facebook Group For COVID-19 Survivors“I actually just searched on Facebook for COVID survivors and because I was having so many just strange symptoms,” said Billi Phillips, a COVID-19 survivor from Amarillo.
Texas Sen. Cornyn Says He Doesn't Believe Trump Incited Capitol RiotU.S. Sen. John Cornyn said Thursday he does not believe former President Donald Trump incited the rioting at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

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