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.
Police are investigating after bullets went flying in a parking lot near the south Dallas business district. The drive-by shooting left multiple people injured, but there were no fatalities.
Nearly two dozen North Texas school districts head back to class on Monday, including the 87,000 students in the Fort Worth ISD. The new school year brings some changes for Fort Worth.
The North Central Texas Council of Governments is looking for input on the possible construction of the Cotton Belt commuter rail, which would go from Fort Worth to Plano with a major hub at DFW Airport.
Getting the perfect outfit set out. Making sure that lunch is ready. Looking over the new schedule. The ‘back to school’ rush can be hectic, but a family in Mansfield gets things done in the morning with five daughters.
Students in the Keller ISD are saying goodbye to summer and hello to a new school year on Tuesday, with a new middle school campus opening its doors and a new superintendent at the helm.
The trial begins on Monday for the man accused of shooting and killing someone after a 2015 football game between the Cowboys and the Patriots at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
School is just around the corner, and the annual Texas tax-free weekend is helping students get ready to return to class. The sales tax holiday is officially underway, now through Sunday.
As the need for officers grows, police departments across North Texas have started competing against each other to poach the best officers and keep their current officers on board.
Firefighters said that lightning caused a house fire in far east Plano. Nobody inside of the home was hurt, but a firefighter sprained his ankle.
Friday is expected to be the hottest day of the summer so far across the DFW area. Many people will want to crank the air conditioning, but that can put a heavy strain on the electric grid.
Thousands of maintenance and ground workers from American Airlines are expected to picket at DFW International Airport on Wednesday in response to a contract issue.
The public will get a chance to weigh in Tuesday night on proposed improvements to the Sam Rayburn Tollway. The purpose of the proposed project is to keep up with traffic demands, which are expected to increase in the area.