WFAA’s Jason Whitely examines the top news stories from the first full week of November 2019.
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- Atlanta mayor tests positive for coronavirus; states mandate masks, shut down again
The mayor of Miami-Dade County said he will re-close dining rooms, gyms and many other businesses, while West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R) made face coverings mandatory for most residents inside ...
- In Texas, Voting Reflects Partisan Split Over How to Deal With Virus
Democrats failed in their bid to shift to mail-in voting, so Texans headed to the polls for early voting amid a surge in coronavirus cases.
- State and city leaders in U.S. respond to coronavirus surge with new rules, dire warnings
Trade adviser Navarro said the administration is building up stockpiles in case there is a second wave, while denying that the country could already be experiencing it.
- National Protests: Protesters take to NYC streets after curfew
Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio sought to deflect ... Farrell was bishop in Dallas, Texas, and an auxiliary bishop of Washington D.C. before taking his current job in 2016.
- The Latest: Smaller law enforcement profile at DC march
The troops in camouflage who are guarding the memorial withdrew inside as the people arrived ... Farrell was bishop in Dallas, Texas, and an auxiliary bishop of Washington D.C. before taking ...
- Joe Biden’s race against time
People, said Denise Park of the University of Texas at Dallas, have to make ... governor already before, mayor of Oakland, attorney general, three times a presidential candidate. He was 72. But the ...
- Welcome to Ferris, Texas (Where Everyone Hates Each Other)
2,401), just 21 miles south of Dallas, might seem quaint ... during the construction of the Houston and Texas Central Railway. Back then, residents were railroad workers, cotton farmers, and ...