Cloudy Thursday With Small Rain Chances EarlyThe high will be close to 80 degrees.
Parkland Hospital Employee Charlotte Crawford Lost Son, Daughter And Husband To COVID-19Instead of seeping in expected sorrow, Charlotte Crawford has made it her mission to urge others to register for Covid-19 vaccination.
Rangers To ‘Fully Open’ For Fans At Start Of 2021 Season, Masks To Be RequiredThe Texas Rangers on Wednesday announced they will “fully open” for fans when the 2021 season begins in April.
Shooting In Fort Worth Leaves 1 Dead, 2 InjuredPolice say they responded to the shooting at around 5 p.m. Wednesday in the 3500 block of Avenue H.
North Texas Woman Shares Family Loss Experienced During Ongoing PandemicCharlotte Crawford says there’s no question, she’s alive today because she received Covid vaccine shots.
Dallas Restaurants Working To Keep Employees Health And Customers HappyRobbie Owens reports.
People 50 And Older Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine In Texas Starting March 15“By including this next most vulnerable group, Texas will continue to reduce the number of people who are hospitalized and die from the disease across all races, ethnicities and occupations,” DSHS said.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere’s what made news Wednesday, March 10.
North Texas’ Snarky Puppy Excited About Grammy Nomination For Best Contemporary Instrumental AlbumBirthed in Denton at the University of North Texas, three-time Grammy Award winner, Snarky Puppy, is drawing in all kinds of attention for their fourth Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album.
Mixed Reactions From North Texas Residents On Mask Mandate LiftedResidents across the area are still split over the governor’s order to lift the statewide mask mandate.
Collin County Restaurant Owner Says ‘Reopening Of Texas’ Already Paying OffNot only are restaurants like Ye Ole Butcher Shop in Plano allowing customers inside without a mask, they are also filling up to 100% capacity for the first time in nearly a year.
Gardening 101: Ornamental GrassesAround this time of year is when you need to take your shears to your ornamental grasses.
The Grammys: Song Of The YearThe Grammy Award for Song of the Year is the recording academy’s top songwriting honor.
COVID-19 Timeline One Year LaterWe take a look at the past year and how Texas has fared during the global pandemic.
Masks Now Optional At Some Local BusinessesWhile people are no longer required by the state to wear face coverings inside, a number of businesses are keeping the policy in place.
Wednesday Weather UpdateCloudy. Low 67F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph.
Cowboys Formally Announce New Contract For Dak PrescottThe Dallas Cowboys and owner Jerry Jones formally announced their new long-term deal with quarterback Dak Prescott Wednesday afternoon.
‘We’re Going To Have That Stadium Full’: Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Expects Better 2021 SeasonJerry Jones mentioned he expects the Cowboys to return to Oxnard, California for training camp and a full AT&T Stadium — both of which were not seen in 2020. Katie Johnston reports.
Jerry Jones On Full AT&T StadiumJerry Jones On Full AT&T Stadium
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones On New Contract For QB Dak Prescott: ‘One Of The Real Easy Decisions I’ve Had To Make’The Dallas Cowboys and owner Jerry Jones formally announced their new long-term deal with quarterback Dak Prescott Wednesday afternoon. Katie Johnston reports.
31 DFW-Area Minors Recovered, Rescued In Month-Long OperationThe United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas announced Wednesday, March 10, 31 DFW-area children have been located, recovered, or rescued as a result of “Operation Missing in the Metroplex.” Katie Johnston reports.
Rangers To ‘Fully Open’ For Fans At Start Of 2021 Season, Masks To Be RequiredThe Texas Rangers on Wednesday announced they will “fully open” for fans when the 2021 season begins in April. This will be the first time the Rangers will have fans in the stands at Globe Life Field. Katie Johnston reports.
Texas Man Drove Dealership Loaner Car To Rob Bank, Tried To Use Loot To Buy BMWProsecutors said he drove a vehicle loaned to him by a car dealership to rob a bank in Texas and brought the money back to try and use for a down payment on a BMW, now Eric Dion Warren is headed to prison. Katie Johnston reports.