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.
A collection of 40 shipping containers will be pieced together to create a unique kind of office space that is also good for the environment. Work on the structure gets started Thursday in Fort Worth.
Crews in Waxahachie are working hard to reopen part of a major highway that was shut down early Monday after a big rig fire. An 18-wheeler carrying coffee creamer crashed into a concrete barrier.
The trial begins on Monday for the man accused of killing four people, including his estranged wife, in attacks that happened nearly four years ago in Dallas and DeSoto. Erbie Bowser has been charged with capital murder.
A crash on Thursday involving an overturned gasoline tanker truck and six other vehicles shut down the westbound lanes of the LBJ Freeway in Dallas, and it was still closed early Friday morning.
A state House committee unanimously approved a bill designed to help the troubled Dallas Police & Fire Pension Fund. It now heads to the full House for a vote. But other funding options are still on the table.
A letter went out to Cedar Valley College students and staff alerting them about a high school student from Cedar Hill Collegiate Academy taking classes there might have exposed others.
“If you’re going to get it now is probably a good time to get it because I don’t think it’ll be around much later,” said fan Eric Eversgerd.
Ricky Vasquez says he’s been trying to hold it together for his five children.
An EF-1 tornado ripped through Lewisville early Wednesday morning resulting in downed trees and damaged homes but no serious injuries.
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.