CBS 11 News Photojournalist Special 2012CBS 11 News photojournalists take a look back at what made 2012 interesting. Check out their unique video pieces, pieced together in this special program.
On The Road: Meeting HoudiniA Fort Worth man has spent his entire life collecting Harry Houdini items, books and articles. And, this Halloween, Sid Radner will actually try to talk to the legendary magician.
On The Road: The Munster MansionChuck and Sandra Mckee are the builders and owners of the Munster Mansion. Ten years ago they decided they wanted to build a house that looked just like the house from the popular sitcom from the 1960s.
On The Road: Grand Prairie 'Tractor Boys'Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie has a championship team on their hands... a championship tractor team. The school is taking part in the Delo Tractor Restoration Competition.
On The Road: Caprock Canyons State ParkCBS 11 News and Texas Country Reporter recently explored the trails in and around Caprock Canyons State Park, where some old railroad routes now make the best biking trails.
On The Road: Book In SpaceWhen local author Kevin McGill saw a YouTube video of sushi floating through the sky, he got an idea for his own book that he hoped would make kids want to read.
On The Road: Black DiamondInside a Corsicana man's trophy room, there is a story for every item. But the one story that is most vivid in his mind is the one of a circus elephant named Black Diamond.
On The Road: A Traveling Gutenberg PressLike a lot of people Rusty Maisel had questions about the Bible, so he went looking for answers. Along the way he collected several biblical artifacts some dating back to 3000 B.C. I went On the Road to meet Maisel and his traveling exhibit called the Enduring Word Museum.
On The Road: Assassination CityFor dozens of North Texas women, it's a recipe that's one part speed, one part toughness, and a whole lot of attitude.
On The Road: After School BalletI've seen a lot of after school programs where kids simply chase each other just to kill the time, but one program in Fort Worth is keeping kids on their toes, literally.
On The Road: Treasure HuntersIt's just under the surface of the dirt. Most people walk right over it ever day. What is it? Buried treasure! Lone Star Treasure Hunters search for what hides beneath the ground.
On The Road: Cowboy Quick DrawI went 'on the road' to Gainesville, where the North Texas Society of Gunfighters held their state championship to determine who's the fastest gun in Texas.