It’s impossible to miss the ‘Now Hiring’ signs all over North Texas these days.
Hot And Sunny FridayNothing but heat leading into and on Father's Day this weekend.
Feds Warn Against Fake COVID-19 Vaccine CardsThe CBS 11 I-Team was able to make a purchase for blank vaccine cards advertised online. The listing has been taken down.
Public Utility Commission Grills ERCOT Over Its Call For Texans To Conserve Energy This WeekCalling on Texans to conserve energy just four months after a massive power outage affected millions in the state caused a lot of worry.
Fort Worth's Opal Lee Witnesses History As Juneteenth Federal Holiday Signed Into LawLee was there as President Biden signed the bill into law.
Dallas Police Association Leaders Concerned About Constitutional Carry LawThey say if you want to be a good guy with a gun, take the training even though it's no longer required.
North Texas Veterinarians Seeing Uptick In Ticks Due To Drastic Weather ChangesAfter weeks of rain that quickly switched to hot and humid weather, some North Texas veterinarians are noticing a new trend -- an uptick in ticks.
Child Fatally Stabbed In Dallas, Woman In CustodyThe incident happened at a home in the 2900 block of Frazier Street.
Democratic State Rep. Mary Gonzalez Wants Special Session To Discuss Funding Of Texas Border Wall"Where are our priorities? We have a very serious electrical grid issue happening right now," she said.
Tarrant County Warning About Passport ScamsSome passport offices are processing record numbers of applications, but efforts to fast track it could lead to disappointment.
Opal Lee's Juneteenth CrusadePresident Biden signed the bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday.
Feds Warn Against Fake COVID-19 Vaccine CardsThe I-Team was able to make a purchase for blank vaccine card advertised online. The listing has been taken down.
Dallas 12-Year-Old Shares Passion For Art With MuralGiana, 12, is spreading joy through her art as she put together a mural that's on display at the Shops at Park Lane.
Airline Tickets, Gift Cards And More Up For Grabs In Dallas Mayor's Vaccination RaffleDubbed the Mayor's Vaccine Raffle, Mayor Eric Johnson said he teamed up with the Dallas Foundation to give away prizes to incentivize residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Community Rallies In Dallas To Stop Violence Affecting Children Within NeighborhoodsA fight against the rise in violent crime in Dallas took a different turn on Thursday. A community empowerment group is marching against Black-on-Black violence, specifically its impact on children.
Cedar Hill High School Students Work Hard To Perform Award-Winning Play Amid PandemicPutting on a play is challenging, but even during a pandemic the show must go on.
Thursday Weather UpdateA mainly sunny sky. Hot. High around 95F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph.
Ones For Wellness: Men's HealthThis week (Men’s Health Week) leading up to Father’s Day, the goal is to help spread awareness about prevention, early detection, and general overall health.
Closing In On Triple Digits On ThursdayWe start out at 76 degrees but are expected to reach 99.
Opal Lee Shares Story Of Mob That Wanted Them Out Of Fort Worth NeighborhoodWhen Lee's family moved in, white neighbors didn't want them there.
Lifelong Efforts Of Fort Worth's Opal Lee Has Juneteenth On Way To Becoming Federal HolidayThe U.S. House joined the Senate on Wednesday, June 16 overwhelmingly voting to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. The bill is now headed to President Biden‘s desk.
Fort Worth ISD Students, Families Will Have To Beat The Heat During Graduation CeremoniesMore school districts are adjusting their graduation because of the extreme heat in North Texas.
Texas Border Wall: Gov. Abbott Signs Letters For Funding, Demanding Land Back From Federal GovernmentThe governor also introduced a website where residents can learn more about the wall and donate to the wall's funding.
North Texas Officer Helps Wrangle Snake From Inside Man’s Car At Shopping CenterSnakes On A Plane was a 2006 action movie, but snake in a car was a 2021 reality for a McKinney man.
Texas Power Grid Holding Up As Conservation Request From ERCOT RemainsWednesday, June 16, is the third consecutive day Texans were asked to conserve electricity.