2020’s NFR Cowboy Christmas Gift Show Goes On In Fort Worth2020’s NFR Cowboy Christmas Gift Show Goes On In Fort Worth
Austin Mayor Steve Adler Apologizes After Telling Residents To Stay Home To Stop COVID-19 Spread As He Left For Mexican VacationThe backlash continues after Austin Mayor Steve Adler hosted a wedding in early November, then hopped on a plane bound for Cabo San Lucas — all this after warning Austinites about an impending COVID-19 surge and urging them to stay home. Katie Johnston reports.
Thursday Weather ForecastCloudy. High 51F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what’s making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
Potential COVID-19 Shutdowns Won’t Hurt Texas Bars That Have Upped Food SalesPotential COVID-19 Shutdowns Won’t Hurt Texas Bars That Have Upped Food Sales
TxDOT Talks Road Construction Progress On Tarrant County ProjectsTxDOT Talks Road Construction Progress On Tarrant County Projects
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Frigid Start To Cloudy ThursdayThere will be a warmup next week.
Dallas NorthPark Center Santa Doing Virtual Visits This Christmas To Support Pediatric PatientsProceeds from the virtual visits are going to Children’s Health to advance medical research on pediatric illnesses and enhance patient care.
City Of Fort Worth Buying Pier 1 Headquarters, Will Be New City Hall In 2022Mayor Betsy Price said it will save tens of millions over building a new complex, where cost estimates were running above $200 million.
North Texas Hospitals Prepare For COVID-19 Vaccine’s ArrivalThe vaccines should begin arriving in Texas the week of December 14.
Multiple North Texas Communities Mourning Loss Of Public Servants To COVID-19 This WeekThese deaths are another stark reminder the pandemic is far from over.
Tarrant County Using Automated Systems To Speed Up COVID-19 Contact TracingTracing teams in Tarrant County are trying to address cases for those who became sick within the past six days.
North Texas Restaurants, Bars Talk Of Impact If Openings Scaled Back Due To High Covid-19 HospitalizationsMichael Levy, General Manager of Desperados, his family’s Mexican restaurants in Garland and Dallas, put it this way. “If you’re going to be a bullrider, and they open that gate, and tell you to hold on for that eight seconds, that bull is knocking all over and that’s what it’s been like.”
Despite Urgency And Pressure, FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn Says ‘Corners Cannot Be Cut’ In Authorizing COVID-19 Vaccine“We look at the data ourselves and we number crunch the data ourselves, so we’ll drawl own conclusions from the data.” FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn told CBS 11.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere’s what made news Wednesday, Dec. 2.
Habitat For Humanity Building North Texas Homes Made Of Shipping ContainersA new opportunity has come along for North Texans struggling to pay their rents and mortgages.
American Airlines Flies MAX Jet Out Of DFW AirportKen Molestina reports.
‘Please Help Us’: Dallas Residents Fed Up With Growing Street Racing CrowdsStreet racing continues to challenge the City of Dallas, with meetups now drawing hundreds of people.
Super Bowl Of Rodeo Starts Thursday In ArlingtonSteve Pickett reports.
Can Employers Require COVID-19 Vaccine?Robbie Owens reports.
Gardening 101: TreesKnowing how to plant a tree the right way, will ensure success every time.
Arlington Charities Working Overtime To Rebound From TornadoVolunteers are working double time so that the non-profit can get back on track in time for the holidays.
Wednesday Weather UpdateA few passing clouds, otherwise generally clear. Low 38F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.