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Mavericks Now Accepting Dogecoin As Payment For Tickets, Merchandise – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Amber Alert Issued For Special Needs Toddler Adeline Welch Whose Last Possible Known Location Was Dallas-Fort Worth AreaAn Amber Alert has been issued for a missing toddler out of College Station. Police said Adeline Paige Welch, 3, was last seen on Wednesday, March 3 around 10:30 p.m., in the 1800 block of Treehouse Trail. Katie Johnston reports.

‘No Business Wearing This Uniform,’ Dallas Police Officer Bryan Riser Arrested, Charged With 2 Counts Capital MurderThe Dallas Police Department arrested Officer Bryan Riser this morning. He was charged with two counts of capital murder. Katie Johnston reports.

Dallas Police Chief Gives Update On Officer Arrested For Capital MurderDallas Police Chief Gives Update On Officer Arrested For Capital Murder

Mavericks Now Accepting Dogecoin As Payment For Tickets, MerchandiseThe Dallas Mavericks are now accepting Dogecoin as a form of payment for tickets and merchandise as they continue adoption efforts of cryptocurrency. Katie Johnston reports.

Anne Elise Parks’ Weather UpdateSome nice, sunny weather Thursday before slight rain chances appear Friday

Canton Resident $1M Richer After Claiming Winning Texas Lottery Scratch TicketSomeone in Canton is $1 million richer after claiming a top prize winning ticket in the Texas Lottery scratch ticket game Mad Money Multiplier. Katie Johnston reports.

Mesquite Man Wins Big On Texas Lottery ‘Weekly Grand’ Scratch Ticket, Takes Home Nearly $900KA man in Mesquite could have gotten a regular check of $1,000 a week for the next 20 years after winning big on the Texas Lottery scratch ticket game Weekly Grand. Katie Johnston reports.

The Top 5 COVID Tax Changes You Need To Know Before Filing This YearIn response to the pandemic, dozens of changes have been made to tax code this year. Knowing these changes before you file your taxes, could lead to a much bigger refund.

CBS 11 News Now: Thursday MorningCheck out what’s making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.

Despite Easing Of Mandate, Doctors Urge Texans To Continue Wearing MasksDespite Easing Of Mandate, Doctors Urge Texans To Continue Wearing Masks

Cheeto Residue Leads to Burglary AttestPolice will take any kind of evidence they can get, but they probably never expected they’d get anything this cheesy.

AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks

Sunny And Mild ThursdayEnjoy a high in the low 70s.

The 12 COVID Tax Changes You Need To Know Before Filing This YearIn response to the pandemic, dozens of changes have been made to tax code this year. Knowing these changes before you file your taxes, could lead to a much bigger refund.

FBI Arrests Denton Police Officer David SchoolcraftThe FBI said after the officer’s initial appearance in court Thursday, they will be able to reveal the charges against him.

Public Health Experts Say Keep Wearing MasksIt won’t be the law in Texas soon, but it’s still good practice to wear a mask during COVID-19 pandemic.

‘Amazing Victory’: Texas Teachers, Other Childcare Workers Immediately Eligible For COVID-19 VaccineThe Texas Department of State Health Services on Wednesday, March 3, notified all vaccine providers that they should immediately include school and child care workers in vaccine administration.

ERCOT CEO Bill Magness Voted Out By Board Of DirectorsThe Board of Directors for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas voted 6-1 Wednesday night, March 3, to give the CEO 60 days notice per his contract.

For TCU Basketball Star Michelle Berry Age Is Nothing But A NumberOriginally a soccer star, Berry picked up the game of basketball in 10th grade in Miami. READ HER STORY HERE: https://cbsloc.al/3qIo8IF

Public Health Officials Share Opinions On Reopening Texas, Rescinding Mask MandateKen Molestina reports.

Dallas Barbershop Owner Looks Forward To Ditching Mask Requirement: ‘Should Be The Individual’s Decision’Dooney’s Barber & Beauty Academy will be taking down their “mask required” sign and masks will be optional.

School Districts Can Still Mandate Masks, Texas Education Agency SaysThe TEA said local school boards have full authority to determine their local mask policy.

Wednesday Evening News BriefHere’s what made news Wednesday, March 3.

Crowded Race Expected In Replacing Late North Texas Congressman Ron WrightThe deadline has passed for candidates to file paperwork to run for the open 6th Congressional district seat that was held by the late Ron Wright.

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