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Cowboys DE Lawrence Breaks Foot in Practice, Out 6-8 Weeks

Cowboys DE Lawrence Breaks Foot in Practice, Out 6-8 Weeks

FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Dallas defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence broke a foot in practice Wednesday and is expected to miss at least six weeks, another blow to the starting lineup since a promising opener for the Cowboys. Lawrence left the field during the first practice in preparation for Sunday’s visit to the Los Angeles Chargers,…MORE

North Texas Volunteers Responding to Areas Impacted by Back to Back Storms

North Texas Volunteers Responding to Areas Impacted by Back to Back Storms

DALLAS (WBAP/KLIF)- North Texas volunteers are doubling down responding to areas impacted by a combination of storms. Texas Baptist Men crews responding to areas in Louisiana still recovering from Hurricane Ida are facing new challenges, additional rain and flooding brought on by Tropical Storm Nicholas. “We ask all of our volunteers to be so flexible…MORE

Texas Death Row Inmate Wins Reprieve

ASSOCIATED PRESS – WBAP/KLIF – Texas death row inmate John Henry Ramirez won a last minute death sentence reprieve Wednesday night after the state turned down his request his pastor lay his hands on him as he was died in the chamber. The U S Supreme Court blocked the execution; Ramirez, condemned to die after…MORE

Cowboys’ Martin Likely to Miss Opener After Positive Test

Cowboys’ Martin Likely to Miss Opener After Positive Test

FRISCO, Texas (AP) — A lingering COVID-19 issue with the Dallas Cowboys is likely to keep one of their best players out of the opener at Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay. Four-time All-Pro right guard Zack Martin is among the latest Dallas players to test positive. Asked if he would miss Thursday’s matchup with seven-time…MORE

CDC Says High COVID Vaccination Areas Protect Children [WATCH]

CDC Says High COVID Vaccination Areas Protect Children [WATCH]

Washington (WBAP/KLIF) – According to a newly release stats by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, states with high COVID-19 vaccination rates are protecting children from hospitalization. According to an analysis, “Cases, emergency room visits and hospitalizations are much lower among children in communities with higher vaccination rates,” CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said…MORE

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