Dallas wants to stop massage parlors from engaging in sex trafficking – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

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Interview with a tennis coach and analyst on the upcoming Dallas OpenAfter 33 years of absence, the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) Tour returns to Dallas.

ATP Tour returns to Dallas after more than 3 decades of absenceThe inaugural Dallas Open will be held at the Styslinger / Altec Tennis Complex on the SMU campus from February 6 to 13.

Can you trust the COVID-19 home test results?If you can get your hands on one, rapid home tests have become an important tool in determining if you have COVID. But can you trust the results?

Dallas wants to stop massage parlors from engaging in sex traffickingDallas City Council member Cara Mendelsohn said she would never forget seeing police stop a sex trafficking operation masquerading as a massage parlor.

Texas struggles to get enough monoclonal antibody therapyKen Molestina reports on the challenges of supply and demand.

Texas Voting Laws Integrity of the Vote or Voter SuppressionSteve Pickett looks into the matter.

Governor Abbott urges law enforcement to take a stand against human trafficking and fentanylGovernor Greg Abbott delivered remarks at the Denton County Mayors’ Crime Prevention Luncheon on Tuesday.

Tarrant County brings back extra week of leave for vaccinated employeesSome county offices are struggling to operate due to people with COVID-19.

Behind The Scenes At The Man With All The Keys AT&T StadiumMeet the man who can unlock all doors at AT&T Stadium, Phil Whitfield.

1 person shot and killed outside Keene Mobile Home ParkThere is no word yet on what led to the shooting or if anyone is in custody.

Teenager Crystal Rodriguez shot dead, killed while driving while sleeping in bedThe family of 18-year-old Crystal Rodriguez mourn their loss after the teenager was killed in a drive-by shooting as she slept in bed on January 11.

New year, new you! Experts recommend starting a new workout routineIt is very important to start an exercise program. Your body is not a machine.

Take advantage of the warm weather before the weekend’s cold front arrivesAs clouds increase for northern Texas, particularly south of I-20 and west of I-35, we were able to avoid rain for the most part.

Morning weather update with Brittany RaineyMorning weather update with Brittany Rainey

Frosty start until Tuesday, big warm-up by WednesdayHigh on Tuesday is expected to be around 55 degrees.

Betty White died of stroke she suffered over ChristmasShe was cremated and her remains were handed over to Glenn Kaplan, the man in charge of White’s advanced healthcare directive on Friday.

More children end up in hospitals with COVID-19There are 124 children in hospitals in the area who are being treated for COVID-19.

Parents speak to Richardson ISD school board about mask requirementA number of parents are clearly angry with this mask requirement. There were a few people who spoke out for them.

Dallas focused on warming centers in the event of another debilitating winter stormThe hope was to have stationary generators in some libraries and recreation centers, but due to supply chain issues their original plan is changing.

A decade-long project underway to ensure there is enough water for North TexansOver 3,000 acres of land southeast of Dallas will be inundated to become wetlands.

Some teachers worry after ISD Dallas changes COVID security measures and shortens return to campusDallas ISD and others are following CDC guidelines, which changed last month. But the Texas Education Agency says students should still stay home for 10 days.

Blood supplies are ‘critically’ low at local donation sitesAt present, the Red Cross said there was only a blood supply for one day.

Governor Greg Abbott launched the re-election campaign on SaturdayHe plans 60 campaign events before the March 1 primary.

Latest wave of COVID has return mask warrant on Richardson ISD campusesMonday marked the first day of the Richardson ISD’s mandatory mask tenure. The district put it back in place following the latest wave of COVID cases.

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