Dionne Anglin, FOX 4 NEWS

Dionne Anglin


DFW Airport, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Dionne:

Tarrant County brings down COVID-19 sick pay from 10 days to 5 days

Tarrant County officials said it is hard to keep offices open right now, with so many staff members out sick. → Read More

COVID-19 omicron surge continues to put strain on North Texas nurses

As COVID-19 continues to strain hospital staffs, nurses are some of those who are most affected. → Read More

13-year-old girl fatally shot in Fort Worth parking lot

Fort Worth police are investigating the death of a 13-year-old girl who was shot in a parking lot Thursday night. → Read More

Trial for ex-Fort Worth officer Aaron Dean delayed until May

The trial for the former Fort Worth officer accused of killing Atatiana Jefferson is being pushed back until May. → Read More

Spirited sendoff by community for South Oak Cliff football team hoping to win state title

The South Oak Cliff High School football team is trying to become the first Dallas ISD school to win a state title since 1958. There was support from classmates, parents and the community Friday just before the varsity team loaded charter buses bound for Abilene. The Golden Bears are two wins away from a state title. → Read More

Southlake Apple Store temporarily closes due to COVID-19 outbreak

Apple has confirmed the Southlake store was closed after multiple employees tested positive for the virus, but it would not specify how many. Some who frequent the store have talked about how crowded it was inside the store on Black Friday and the days following. → Read More

Astroworld 9-year-old victim laid to rest in Dallas

Family and friends said their final goodbyes to 9-year-old Ezra Blount at the Inspiring Body of Christ Church in Dallas. The fourth-grader, who attended school in Denton, died at a Houston hospital after being trampled to death at the Travis Scott concert in Houston. → Read More

15-year-old accused of murdering Mesquite store owner

Mesquite police have arrested a juvenile accused of robbing and murdering the owner of a Mesquite store. → Read More

Social media frenzy finds Burleson Uber Eats driver who left touching gift

A North Texas Uber driver went the extra mile in her good deed for one of her customers. The mom of four left a message behind on the customer's doorstep that launched a social media campaign to try and find the woman who truly went above and beyond. → Read More

Black high school sports memorabilia on display at Fair Park

A new exhibit at the African American Museum in Fair Park honors the history of Black high school sports. → Read More

Azle teen hurt in bull riding accident recovering at home after miraculous recovery

An Azle 17-year-old is thanking God for a miraculous recovery after a bull riding injury nearly killed him. A 1,500-pound bull kicked the high school competitor in the neck, damaging a major artery. Doctors thought he would need several weeks in the hospital. But just two weeks later, he's back at home with his family. → Read More

North Dallas business bounces back two years after tornado

North Haven Gardens, a plant and garden nursery in business for 70 years, rebuilt from the 2019 tornado only to suffer minor damage again from another tornado last May. The storms are one thing. But in some ways, the pandemic has helped the nursery. It was something realized with more people focused on enhancing their homes. → Read More

Facebook testing window display feature highlighting Fort Worth small businesses

Fort Worth is the first of several major cities to launch the Facebook concept called “Good Ideas Shop.” The window displays offer a local community connection to the businesses, but they also get worldwide exposure via the social media giant just in time for the holiday shopping season. → Read More

Rocketship Texas breaks ground on charter school in Fort Worth's Stop Six neighborhood

A nationally known public charter school is set to make the Stop Six community its home. → Read More

Teacher recalls what he did to protect students during Timberview High School shooting

One teacher who was in a nearby classroom took immediate action to make sure his students were safe. → Read More

Fort Worth Moms helping hospital workers on frontlines of COVID-19 with donation drive

A Fort Worth mother's group is coming to the aid of those who help young COVID-19 patients. → Read More

COVID-19 ‘mu’ variant found in Dallas County

Five cases of the COVID-19 ‘mu’ variant have been discovered in Dallas County, officials said. → Read More

9/11 first responders to be celebrated in Fort Worth

The city of Fort Worth will honor 9/11 first responders nearly 20 years after the attack in New York. → Read More

Decision expected soon in North Texas school districts' lawsuits against Gov. Abbott's mask mandate ban

Fort Worth ISD is now part of a group of districts suing Texas Governor Greg Abbott over his mask mandate rules. → Read More

New Fort Worth public library exclusively for kids

A new library opening in Fort Worth is the city's first-ever just for kids. → Read More