Local grocery stores are imposing new restrictions for shoppers due to the coronavirus.
Sunny And Dry FridayHigh in the mid-80s. Nice, warm day.
Rush Hour Is Back In North Texas As More Venture Out During PandemicWith most North Texas businesses back open at some capacity, more people are venturing out from their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
North Texas Assisted Living Facility Succeeding In Keeping Coronavirus AwayCrescent Place in Cedar Hill has no residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Fort Worth ISD Scraps Idea Of Some Students Returning To School Next Week After More InputForth Worth ISD was planning to bring as many as 300 students back to four elementary school campuses next week.
Dallas City Leaders Leaning On Extra Law Enforcement, Community To Fight Uptick In CrimeAs summer approaches, Dallas' plan to fight an annual uptick in crime will once again involve Texas DPS troopers.
Teen Arrested In Driveway Murder In Preston HollowThe arrest brought some relief to the neighborhood, but some are still fearful due to the randomness of the crime.
Don't Get Burned: Read Fine Print Before Enrolling In Payment Assistance ProgramsContrary to the name, a "payment extension" does not extend a payment due date for TXU customers.
Volunteers Bring Coronavirus Testing To Dallas' Southern SectorProject Unity, a faith-based nonprofit, brought community leaders, churches and medical professionals together to make this happen.
American Airlines Says It Needs To Cut Thousands Of Jobs By FallDue to a major decline in travel because of the pandemic, American Airlines says it has to cut thousands by the fall.
16-Year-Old Charged With Capital Murder In Shooting Death Of Leslie BakerDallas police said a 16-year-old will face a charge of capital murder for the shooting death of Leslie Baker, 59, who was found in her driveway this week.
Sisters 'Feed The People' During PandemicMaking bad lunches for the homeless, the Sauter sisters say they wanted to help those who are less fortunate.
Service Delivery Robots Make Social Distancing EasyStarship Technologies, which launched their robots in 2014, have worked on university campuses and cities across the country and world for the last few years.
What You Need To Know About Pre-Paid IRS Stimulus CardsMuch to the surprise of many of Americans, the I.R.S. sent out some of the final stimulus payments in the form of a pre-paid Visa debit card.
Ones For Wellness: How To Sleep During The Covid-19 PandemicSo many people are having trouble sleeping during these challenging times. We're here to help.
Country Star George Strait Releases PSA For Texans On COVID-19"Write This Down, Take A Little Note" That's the name of a new public service announcement by the King of Country himself, George Strait, for his fellow Texans.
Inmate Gives Birth In Fort Worth Jail Cell; Corrections Officers Were UnawareA woman in a Fort Worth jail cell surprised corrections officers by giving birth to a child without their knowledge, the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office confirmed. Katie Johnston reports.
Isolated Showers, Storms Possible ThursdayThings calm down weather-wise after Thursday.
American Airlines Cutting Up To 30% Of Some PositionsThe airline explained in a letter to employees the airline want to cut management positions and support staff significantly.
Former North Texas Congressman Sam Johnson Passes Away At 89The conservative Republican, who lived in the northern Dallas suburb of Plano, died at a Plano hospital of natural causes unrelated to the coronavirus outbreak, said his former spokesman, Ray Sullivan.
Dallas City Council Rejects Idea Of 8% Property Tax IncreaseThe Dallas City Council rejected Wednesday a resolution that could have resulted in up to an 8% property tax increase.
North Texas Police Chiefs Weigh In On George Floyd DeathAn officer in Minneapolis kneeled on Floyd's death for nine minutes.
Dallas Police Make Arrests In Driveway Murder Of Hospital PR Executive Leslie BakerDetectives were led to the suspects' location after another carjacking in Richardson Tuesday night.
COVID-19 Summer Guide:Talking To Your KidsCBS 11 wraps up our look at what summer activities will look like as organizations see how COVID-19 may affect their plans.
COVID-19 Summer Guide: Texas Camps Make Changes To Keep Kids SafeLike everything else these days, COVID-19 is forcing some summer camps to make tough decisions.