Save the date! The Texas Rangers will play their first regular season game at their new ballpark on March 31, 2020 against the Los Angeles Angels. Katie Johnston reports.

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Dallas Activist Warns Of Protests If Former Officer Amber Guyger Is Not Convicted Of MurderA Dallas civil rights group says there will be protests if former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger is not convicted of murder for the September 2018 shooting death of Botham Jean.
Gov. Abbott, Jerry Jones Honor Texas Tycoon T. Boone Pickens At Memorial ServiceGov. Greg Abbott and Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones were among those who honored the Texas tycoon, T. Boone Pickens, at his memorial service Thursday afternoon.
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Botham Jean's Parents Arrive In Dallas, Met With DA Before Guyger TrialThe parents of Botham Jean, the Dallas accountant who was shot inside his own apartment last year, have arrived in Dallas pending the Guyger trial.
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Flooding In Areas Of Southeast Texas Are Worse Than Harvey, Officials SayAreas of Southeast Texas are continuing to see heavy rain and major floods as Tropical Depression Imelda slowly moves out of the area.

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Anne Elise Parks' Weather ForecastNorth Texas can expect some rain chances this week and next week.
17-Year-Old Arrested For DWI After Crashing Into Dallas Police CarA 17-year-old was arrested for driving while intoxicated after Dallas police say he crashed into a squad car and injured an officer late Wednesday evening.
Homicide Detectives Investigating After Police Find Body Outside Dallas HospitalDallas police are investigating after a body was found between two buildings at Presbyterian Hospital Thursday morning.
Austin Middle School No Longer On Lockdown, Police Investigating Report Of Man With Long Rifle In Parking LotAustin Middle School in Irving is no longer on lockdown and will reopen this morning as police continue to investigate a report of a man with a gun on campus. Katie Johnston reports.
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Big Rig Driver Recovering After Crash Off North Texas BridgeOne person was taken to the hospital after an 18-wheeler loaded with flowers went off a bridge and into a creek near Forney early Wednesday morning.
Texas Man Wanted After Filing, Completing Divorce From Wife Without Her KnowingA Houston-area man is wanted by authorities after they said he filed for and completed a divorce from his wife without ever telling her. Katie Johnston reports.
2 Teenagers Arrested In Connection With Shooting In GarlandGarland police arrested two teenagers in connection to a Tuesday shooting that left a woman and girl injured.
Dallas Police Release Video Of Church Vandal, Hope To ID SuspectDallas police believe he is responsible for vandalism at churches across the city, now they’re asking for help identifying him.
Chemical Smell Causes Evacuations At Fort Worth SchoolStudents were temporarily evacuated from a school in Fort Worth after a strong chemical smell wafted through the building. Katie Johnston reports.
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Dallas Holocaust Museum Dedication And Ribbon Cutting UnderwayThe 55,000-square-foot museum on Houston Street in downtown Dallas expects to see more than 200,000 visitors each year.
Growing Vaping Concerns; 17 Confirmed Cases In Dallas CountyThe estimated number of high school and middles school kids vaping in the country is 3.6 million, according to an expert.
Cook Children's Hospital 'Aim For Safety' Video Shows Children's Reaction When Finding A FirearmAccording to officials at Cook, in Texas there were at least 26 children, from newborns to 11-years-old, who were accidentally killed in 2017 because of an improperly stored gun.
Anne Elise Parks' Weather ForecastThe week looks to start off hot but will cool down slightly with rain chances starting Wednesday.
4,200 Arlington GM Workers Join Nationwide StrikeSome 48,000 members of the United Auto Workers went on strike early Monday, walking off General Motors factory floors and setting up picket lines as their midnight strike deadline came and went. Workers shut down 33 manufacturing plants in Texas and eight other states across the U.S.
Judge To Determine 'Change Of Venue' Request In Amber Guyger's Murder TrialDefense attorneys filed a request in July to move the trial out of Dallas County. State District Judge Tammy Kemp is expected to rule by the end of the day Monday.
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