Dubbed 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.

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Texas Experiencing Another COVID-19 SurgeTexas is seeing numbers of new cases it hasn't seen in five months. There were 13,100 new cases reported Friday.
High School Players Looking To Get Same Endorsement Benefits As College AthletesThere are high school players who are looking to get benefits from endorsement deals that college athletes are able to receive.
Water Polo Junior Olympics Happening In LewisvillePhotojournalist Mike Kinney takes us there.
Abbreviated Summer Break Comes To An End For Most Dallas KidsRobbie Owens reports on handling the COVID-19 related academic slide.
Department Of Justice Sues Texas And Gov. Greg Abbott Over Executive Order Restricting Travel Of Undocumented MigrantsGov. Abbott's order, issued Wednesday, prohibits anyone from providing ground transportation to migrants detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection for illegally crossing the border.
Allen West Talks Priorities During Run For Texas GovernorFormer Texas GOP Chair Allen West talked about his priorities as he challenges Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
Your Employer Can Require You To Get Vaccinated With Few Exceptions, Even In Texas, Employment Lawyer Says“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.
Lewisville Officer And K-9 Partner Retire Together: 'There's A Bond With The K-9 That I Can't Describe'"There's a bond with the K-9 that I can't describe. It's built on trust. I trust him and he trusts me," said Lewisville officer Shane Menz, who retired on Friday.
Retired Lt. Col. Allen West Outlines Policies Amid Run For Texas GovernorFormer Texas GOP Chair Allen West joined former state Sen. Don Huffines in challenging Gov. Greg Abbott.
Local Health Experts Weigh In On CDC's Recommendation Of Masks For Vaccinated ResidentsThe decision to recommend mask wearing for vaccinated residents is due to the Delta variant being more transmissible than the original strains.
Corinth Police Respond After Video Released Of Shootout Between Officers And ResidentAn attorney for the man released the video to get their client's side of the story out. Corinth police said they posted a response Friday morning to make their account of events clear.
Early Morning Fire Causes Heavy Damage To Southlake MansionCrews were at the scene of a fire that caused major damage to a home in Southlake Friday morning, officials said.Not assigned
Gov. Abbott Welcomes Largest Graduating Class In Texas DPS HistoryGov. Greg Abbott on Friday congratulated the Texas Department of Public Safety's largest graduating class in its history. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Abbott's New Executive Order Limits Local Leaders' Response To COVID-19 In Texas“Today’s executive order will provide clarity and uniformity in the Lone Star State’s continued fight against COVID-19,” said Governor Abbott.
President Biden's Idea Of Paying People $100 To Get Vaccinated Won't Fly In TexasJ.D. Miles explains why.
Kaufman County Deputy On Administrative Leave Pending Investigation Into Handling Of Troubled TeenThe sheriff’s office has released 911 calls and body cam video of the incident in Forney showing the moments leading up to the deputy mounting a teen girl who authorities believed was suicidal.
2 Suspects Arrested In Murder Of 60-Year-Old Mother Inside Garland HomeKvaughandre Presely, 20, and Gabriela Liliana Torres, 21, were arrested in Dallas Thursday morning in the murder of Patricia Eifert.
Texas Democratic State Lawmakers Testify In DC On Election Integrity BillsJack Fink reports on the hearing.
More Texans Are Getting Vaccinated For COVID-19.Andrea Lucia reports from Hunt County.
2nd North Texas Health System Requiring Workforce To Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19Methodist Health System announced Thursday it is mandating all of its workforce be vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 1.
North Texas Nonprofit Unable To Help After Thousands Of Dollars Worth Of Supplies StolenA North Texas nonprofit is having to turn those in need away after over $5,500 dollars worth of their supplies was stolen on July 17.
Some Texas Lawmakers Testify Before Congress On Proposed State Elections BillSpeaking to Congress on Thursday, Texas Democratic lawmakers expressed their concerns over the Republicans' controversial elections bill.
Pfizer Continues To Make Case For COVID-19 Booster ShotHealth experts are continuing to look into the effectiveness of a third COVID-19 shot.
Mother Speaks Out Over Controversial Arrest Involving Kaufman County DeputyA North Texas mother spoke out about an arrest that she called "excessive physical force" and was caught on camera.

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