Lynnanne Nguyen, FOX 4 NEWS

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Dallas, TX, United States

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Texas restaurants make plea to Congress to replenish COVID-19 relief fund

The Texas Restaurant Association says more than 90% of their members are experiencing higher food costs and supply chain issues, and nearly 80% don’t have the staff needed to meet customer demand. It is making a plea to Congress to replenish the restaurant revitalization fund so restaurants can stay in business. → Read More

Missing 11-year-old Dallas boy found safe in neighbor's garage

Dallas police said 11-year-old Traveon Griffin, who was missing for more than 24 hours in the frigid cold, has been found safe. → Read More

Fort Worth church offering free COVID-19 vaccines, treatments

A Fort Worth church is opening its doors offering free COVID services to anyone in need. → Read More

Veteran's family moves into new, mortgage-free home in Royse City

It was a warm welcome home Thursday for the Endsley family as they move into their new house just in time for the holidays. The Army veteran and his family are celebrating Christmas early in their brand new Royce City home gifted to them mortgage-free by several community organizations. → Read More

Prosper cheerleader making miraculous recovery after breaking her neck in tumbling accident

Just two and a half months since doctors told her she’d never walk again, Makayla is making small but mighty strides toward breathing on her own and rolling over. It’s something physical therapists told her typically takes weeks to do that she accomplished on her third try. “I don’t like being told I can’t do something because I’m going to prove you wrong." → Read More

Special education students running Dallas high school food pantry to help homeless kids

The pantry to help students in need was started about six years ago by a teacher. But when the pandemic hit and volunteers could no longer come inside the school to help, special education students stepped up. It’s a win-win situation that helps students in need while also helping special education students develop life and work skills. → Read More

Violent crime in Dallas drops 7% since crime reduction plan implemented, police chief says

Six months into the Dallas violent crime reduction plan, Police Chief Eddie Garcia says overall violent crime is down. The city is seeing decreases in murders, assaults and robberies. But the chief says while the trend is encouraging, they are not celebrating just yet. → Read More

Arlington ISD meal programs being impacted by supply chain issues

Arlington ISD makes 50,000 student meals a day. They say while they’re not in danger of not being able to feed kids, they’re facing challenges with nearly every item they serve. → Read More

Beloved Dallas theater teacher killed in traffic accident

Dallas police say 43-year-old Mark Guerra was killed when another driver veered into his lane on Ferguson Road, hitting his car and causing him to crash into a light pole. → Read More

USPS looking to hire 1,500 people across North Texas for upcoming holiday season

The U.S. Postal Service is looking at filling about 1,500 positions in the metroplex. USPS says they are hiring more this year to help keep up with demand. But there is concern about filling all these positions for the holiday season and how it might affect delivery dates. → Read More

Fort Worth woman critically injured in Roanake hit-and-run

A Fort Worth woman remains hospitalized after a hit-and-run in Roanoke last week left her critically injured. → Read More

Residents displaced by Dallas apartment explosion forced to leave hotels by Thursday

Time is running out for residents affected by last week's apartment building explosion to find a new place to live. → Read More

500-plus Afghan refugees resettled in Texas post-U.S. withdrawal

566 Afghan evacuees have been resettled in Texas, according to Refugee Services of Texas. → Read More

Dallas apartment fire causes multiple injuries, partial building collapse

Firefighter are working to put out a fire possibly caused by a gas leak and explosion at a Dallas apartment complex. → Read More

State Fair of Texas opens Friday with excitement from fairgoers

The State Fair of Texas welcomed 2.5 million people through in 2019, and they’re looking to surpass that this year. → Read More

Prosper cheerleader damages spinal cord in tumbling accident

A 16-year-old Prosper cheerleader had a freak tumbling accident Monday night, which damaged her spinal cord. → Read More

One person in custody after deadly weekend Deep Ellum shooting

One person is in custody after a weekend shooting in Deep Ellum that ended with one teenager dead and several other people wounded. Police have one person in custody but are still looking for other possible shooters. No one has been charged yet in the teen's death. → Read More

Memorial to be held for tow truck driver killed by suspected drunk driver on Dallas High 5

Tow truck drivers will gather in Arlington Wednesday night to remember one of their own. → Read More

Texas House Republicans push ahead on voting bill with Democrats returning from D.C.

The Republican-controlled Texas House is expected to vote on election legislation Thursday for the first time since Democrats blocked it in late May by leaving the regular legislative session. Now, in this second special session, the House has a quorum with the return of some breakaway Democrats. → Read More

North Texas health officials frustrated with lack of tools to combat latest COVID surge

“Everybody’s back to fully normal activities as if COVID does not exist, but here we are. It’s roaring in our community, and we’re spiking fairly hard,” said Tarrant County Public Health Director Vinny Taneja. "The conditions are not conducive for things to be going down. The conditions are actually for things to be going the other way.” → Read More