Concerns About Proposed Grocery Store Expected To Fill City Council MeetingThere’s a food fight of sorts taking place in one North Texas community. Kroger is looking to build a new store in Keller, but some residents say the proposed location is way too close for comfort.
Police Standoff Ends With Alleged Armed Robbery SuspectsA standoff with Dallas police and a group of men who could be connected to a number of early morning armed robberies has ended.
'Fake' Parking Attendants Targeting Popular Dallas NeighborhoodsDallas businesses are warning customers about “fake” parking attendants, charging drivers to park in spots where they can be towed or where they’re entitled to park for free.
CBS11 I-Team: Inspections Missed On Local Flood Control ProjectsA 2011 annual report to Congress shows as many as a dozen projects went four years without an inspection.
Dallas Man Says He Was Kicked Off Flight Because Crew Was UncomfortableBobby Abtahi, who did not want to speak on camera, later clarified the Virgin America crew told him he pushed past a flight attendant on his way to his flight and was not going to get on the flight.
Attacker Who Gouged Out Man's Eye Back On StreetA man whose eye was gouged out by a random assault is shocked and angry that his attacker is already back on the street.
Consumer Justice: More Fans Claim Cowboys Ticket RipoffSome football fans are out $17,000 after paying a Dallas businesswoman to see the Cowboys vs. Carolina Panthers game Thanksgiving Day.
Holiday Lights Display In Grand Prairie Rain DelayedThe water has devoured the road, left electric elves stranded, their power sources waterlogged and Grand Prairie scrambling to reopen its popular holiday display.
Mix-Up Sends North Texas Pet To Hawaii, Instead of MississippiA scare in the air for the owner of Bethany the Pembroke Welsh Corgi.
Grandmother's Body Located In Car Swept Away By Flood WatersThe Fort Worth Fire Department said Monday morning they had located a car that was swept away in Friday’s flood waters.
Roofers Respond To Massive Demand After Rainy HolidayRoofers across the metroplex are reporting a massive demand for leak fixes due to recent rains that washed out the Thanksgiving weekend.
City Of Dallas To Address Illegal Dumping TuesdaySome of the strategies involve additional surveillance cameras, an aggressive educational campaign and a community call-to-action.