Brittany Jeffers is proud to call Dallas ‘home’ after she recently joined the team as a reporter at CBS 11.
Brittany is an Emmy award winning reporter/anchor who has covered everything from American Idol auditions to the destructive aftermath of the 2012 Moore tornado.
She was awarded two regional Emmy awards for her coverage during the 5 and 9 p.m. newscasts.
Prior to working with CBS 11, Brittany was the weekend anchor/reporter at FOX23 in Tulsa, Oklahoma and the morning news anchor at KLKN Channel 8 in Lincoln, NE.
Brittany is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in broadcast journalism. Brittany was Miss Nebraska 2009 and a finalist at Miss America. She’s involved with the Girl Scouts of America and volunteered her time with the Kiwanis Club of Tulsa and CureSearch for children’s cancer.
Officers who are on light or restricted duty will temporarily fill in for one or two months until civilian call takers complete training.
A bus stop at the intersection of Forest and Audelia is now closed for good as part of a bigger mission to fight crime in the area.
Officers were patrolling in the 3900 block of Cockrell street when they saw a man fire several gunshots at a parked car.
The Labor Department has launched an investigation into the striking of a gas line by and fire that forced an evacuation in downtown Dallas last Friday, March 10.
Thieves pried off 33 brass plaques at Celebration Grove at White Rock Trail and now family members are trying to get answers.
Atmos Energy representatives told CBS11 there are a few components contributing to the higher than normal bills lately.
Starting March 1, lighting up at parks or on trails in Dallas will be against the law.
Two police officers with the Flower Mound Police Department are credited with pulling a driver out of a burning car last Thursday near Heather Glenn Drive.
Edwin Romero was originally arrested for outstanding traffic warrants. But when he called his attorney it was clear Romero was in more trouble.
The University of North Texas Crime Lab has been contacted by local law enforcement agencies and district attorney’s offices to extract pictures and videos for various cases.
A family in North Texas is still seeking answers a month after a teacher allegedly strapped a student to a chair with what was described as a seat belt.
The Azle Independent School District the first district in the country to use a misting technique aimed at stopping the spread of the flu and keeping students and staff healthier.