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Early Friday a pickup slams into a Fort Worth house, crushing four children as they slept. Then the driver takes off. The pickup went over a curb, crashed through a neighbor’s fence, hit a tree and ended up right in the living room of Monica Medina’s home.
On March 20 Fort Worth police found a woman’s remains in an open field near the 7300 block of Calmont Avenue. Today city officials revealed a clay facial reconstruction of what they believe the yet to be identified woman looked like.
Chief Will Johnson with the Arlington Police Department is speaking out for the first time about the federal investigation into his own officers.
Developers of the Museum Tower that neighbors the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas claims they have a fix to the ongoing bruhaha over reflected sunlight in the Dallas Arts District. But the Nasher says it’s not an answer.
Nearly two months ago, the West Fertilizer Plant exploded. The blast leveled a large part of the city. Thursday, workers started tearing down one of the large buildings damaged in the disaster
The Texas man whose wife is accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in an attempt to frame him says the experience has been “like a really bad dream.”
It’s been exactly one week since administrators with the Joshua ISD silenced the graduation speech of the class valedictorian, because he made religious references. Now the high schooler has retained the services of a non-profit legal group.
Another summer weekend means another set of blockbuster films opening at theaters. This week features Superman flying in to save the day, and a group of Hollywood friends fighting the apocalypse.
CBS 11 and TXA 21 are proud to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Stephanie’s Day, a special event designed to help families of children with autism.
The hot temperatures will not be leaving North Texas any time soon, so many people will be looking for a place to go to cool off from the scorching heat.
Current and former employees at the VA North Texas Medical System, told the CBS 11 I-Team they believe poor working conditions have contributed to several patient complaints that CBS 11 has investigated since last year.
Health officials in Dallas County are sending out a plea to doctors and health workers — asking that they be on the lookout for measles symptoms.