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Dallas ISD Superintendent Gives Update on District’s Response to COVID-19

Dallas ISD Superintendent Gives Update on District’s Response to COVID-19

DALLAS (WBAP/KLIF)- Dallas ISD Superintendent provides an update for the district regarding COVID-19. Superintendent Michael Hinojosa says while a decision to close schools for the remainder of the year has not been made, he is is doubtful students will be able to return. However, he anticipates making an announcement on closures in the following weeks. Currently, there…MORE

National Guard on the Front Lines in North Texas to Fight Hunger

National Guard on the Front Lines in North Texas to Fight Hunger

PLANO (WBAP/KLIF) – Members of the Texas National Guard arrived in Plano to assist the North Texas Food Bank in feeding the community’s most needy people. According to the North Texas Food Bank, the humanitarian effort will provide a helping hand to the Food Bank as they work to increase their distribution efforts to meet the…MORE

Tarrant County Megachurch Pastor Says He’ll ‘Blow the Stinkin Virus Away’

Tarrant County Megachurch Pastor Says He’ll ‘Blow the Stinkin Virus Away’

Tarrant County (WBAP/KLIF) A fiery message from a Tarrant County megachurch pastor who summoned the “wind of God” to destroy the novel coronavirus during a recent sermon. : “COVID19 (CoVID19) [blows into camera) I blow the wind of God you.” After blowing into the camera pastor kenneth copeland of Kenneth Copeland Mintries said the virus…MORE

Over 2,100 Cases of Coronavirus Surge in Metroplex

Over 2,100 Cases of Coronavirus Surge in Metroplex

(WBAP/KLIF) — COVID-19 continues to spread throughout North Texas. Dallas County still leads the way in the number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Metroplex with 2,121 infected people. Tarrant County has reported 418 cases, while Denton lists 304 and Collin county has 287.  Meanwhile, 39 North Texans have lost their lives due to the illness.…MORE

KLIF Morning News: Election Bumping and Zoom Hacking

KLIF Morning News: Election Bumping and Zoom Hacking

0:24 — If the Coronavirus lasts into the fall, what could happen to the presidential election? What does the Constitution say about delaying, or canceling it?? Expert attorney David Coale joins Dave & Amy to break it down for you. 6:35 — Zoom is all the craze right now, whether it’s a business hosting a…MORE

Hobby Lobby Blinks

Hobby Lobby Blinks

ASSOCIATED PRESS – WBAP/KLIF – Hobby Lobby says the ongoing threat of Covid 19 has forced it to close its stores until further notice.  The Oklahoma City based arts and crafts chain says it’s furloughing all store employees, and many corporate and distribution workers.  Many state and local governments, including most in North Texas, have…MORE

Fort Worth ISD – Monday’s Changes to Student Meal Acquisition

Fort Worth ISD – Monday’s Changes to Student Meal Acquisition

FORT WORTH – WBAP/KLIF – Fort Worth Independent School District officials announce changes to food pickup for students while classes are on pause due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Starting Monday, parents or guardians of students must offer one form of identification to prove they have the students they say they do.  District spokesman Clint…MORE

Dallas Police Seek Public’s Help Solving Homicide

Dallas Police Seek Public’s Help Solving Homicide

DALLAS – WBAP/KLIF –  Dallas Police are asking for the public’s help in solving a homicide.   Dallas Police say they found the body of a 31 year old man, Albert Santoya, in a ditch.    The location was not reported. The cause of death has not been released, but police indicate this is a homicide.…MORE

Covid 19 Numbers Up in North Texas

Covid 19 Numbers Up in North Texas

WBAP/KLIF – New case counts and annoucements concerning Covid 19 in North Texas: Dallas County case count now up to 1,112 cases of Covid 19 Tarrant County announces two more victim deaths; both elderly individuals, with a case count now at 383; 11 deaths total. Collin County announces it’s third death, case count to 256…MORE

Daughter of McKinney Mayor Tests Positive For COVID-19

Daughter of McKinney Mayor Tests Positive For COVID-19

DALLAS (AP) – A suburban Dallas mayor is fighting the coronavirus on two fronts: at home and in the city. Just days after McKinney Mayor George Fuller imposed a stay-at-home order on the city’s 200,000 residents, his 19-year-old daughter tested positive for COVID-19. Although Fuller says he’s had an overwhelmingly positive response from McKinney residents…MORE