Wednesday Evening News BriefHere’s what made news on Wednesday, December 26.
Celebrating National Candy Cane Day In ArlingtonEven with Christmas over there’s a good chance some candy canes are lying around at home or at work.
Confirmed Flu Cases Nearly Double For 2nd Week In A Row In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services reports flu cases have nearly doubled over this time last week from 65 cases to 125 new cases.
The Ones For Justice: Cigna Agrees To Cover Anesthesia Costs For Young Haslet BoyCigna, at first, refused to cover the charge for anesthesia for a seven-year-old’s surgery, claiming it was unnecessary. That’s when the family called The Ones For Justice.
16 Minutes Of Silence Ceremony Cancelled In Rowlett Due To Weather ConcernsWednesday marks three years since a deadly tornado tore through parts of Garland, Copeville, Blue Ridge and Rowlett.
1 Dead After Shooting At Frisco Apartment ComplexPolice have not released any details about the person who fired the shots—or a motive for the shooting.