Keller High School’s Kelly Low Is Teeing Up Success On And Off The CourseKeller High School’s Kelly Low is setting an example on and off the golf course as she heads to UT Dallas.
North Texas Sees Heavy Rain, Strong Winds Friday EveningNorth Texas saw heavy rain and strong winds Friday evening with some it going into Sunday.
Dallas Bar’s Alcohol Permit Suspended After Inspection On COVID-19 ProtocolsA Dallas bar’s alcohol permit was suspended by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission after an inspection on COVID-19 protocols.
Gov. Greg Abbott Says No Mandate For Masks To Be Worn In Texas SchoolsHe says school districts should do what is best for their students and communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
2 Young People Found Dead After Shooting At Arlington Apartment ComplexOfficers responded to a shooting call at the Woodwind Apartments off South Cooper Street shortly after noon on Friday.
Dallas’ MLK Center Hosts Juneteenth Drive ThruDallas’s Martin Luther King Center held a drive thru celebration this afternoon to give back to their community in need.
BIrdville ISD To Change Richland High Rebel MascotPlans for a new mascot will be announced at a later date
Rockwall Police Investigating After Someone Rams Car Into Z’s Catfish“It really hits you in your gut to have to come into something like this,” said the restaurant’s owner, Zora Wesley during a Facebook Live. “You work hard to create your own business and to have something like this happen… is unbelievable. I am at a loss for words.”
Gov. Greg Abbott Says It’s ‘Bad Idea’ To Defund PoliceTexas Gov. Greg Abbott said he believes defunding the police is a “bad idea” and that he would look into how he can make sure no community can have the ability to do that.
Friday Evening News BriefHere’s what made news on Friday, June 19.
Columnist Targets Rangers Baseball For Name Change Due To Law Agency’s Racist PastA Chicago columnist writes that Major League Baseball should force the team to change its name based on new revelations of racial injustice in the Texas Rangers law enforcement agency.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Tests Negative For COVID-19 For 2nd TimeFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price said she, again, tested negative for COVID-19
Opal Lee, 93, Walks 2.5 Miles To Make Juneteenth A National HolidayOpal Lee, 93, trekked 2.5 miles from downtown Fort Worth to Will Rogers Coliseum Friday to get Juneteenth recognized as a national holiday.
Businesses, Customers Planning For Requirement Of Face Masks In Dallas CountyUnder a new order passed Friday, masks must be worn in all Dallas County businesses starting at midnight.
Cook Children’s Releases Back To School RecommendationsCook Children’s Hospital has put out of set of their own recommendations even as schools in North Texas consider their back to school plans.
Weekend Forecast10% chance of rain through 5 pm
Gov. Abbott Weighs In On Dallas County’s New Mask OrdinanceStarting at midnight, face masks must be worn in businesses in Dallas County.
Rockwall Police Investigating After Someone Rams Car Into Z’s CaféPolice are investigating after someone drove a vehicle overnight into the front of Z’s Café, smashing the windows and causing thousands in damage.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Interview With Jack FinkTexas Governor Greg Abbott Discusses Police Reform, Going Back To School, COVID-19, Face Masks, and Juneteenth
Fans Allowed At O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 NASCAR Race At Texas Motor Speedway In JulyFans will be allowed to attend the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 NASCAR Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway in July, the raceway announced Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
600 Pounds Of Feces Removed From Cages Along With 124 Animals, ‘Worst Cockroach Infestation Ever’Calling it the “worst cockroach infestation” they’ve ever seen on site, a spokesperson for The Humane Society of North Texas is now in possession of 124 animals seized from a Denton home. Katie Johnston reports.
Hot And Humid Weekend AheadToday’s extra cloud cover doesn’t change the hot, humid weekend on its way.
93-Year-Old Opal Lee Calls For Juneteenth As National Holiday With Walk In Fort WorthOpal Lee, 93, began her 2.5 mile trek from downtown Fort Worth to Will Rogers Coliseum Friday to get Juneteenth recognized as a national holiday.
Dallas County Enacts Business Face Mask PolicyDallas County Enacts Business Face Mask Policy