Award-winning journalist Dan Haggerty joined CBS 11 as an anchor and reporter in September 2015.
Dan came to CBS 11 from KGTV in San Diego, California, where he uncovered dangerous crimes and security gaps at a brand new, multi-million dollar downtown library. He also tracked down the origin of cremated ashes mysteriously left at a California car wash to the life of a famous USC running back.
Dan graduated from Ohio University and began his career as a photographer in his hometown of Wheeling, West Virginia. He later worked on-air in Raleigh, North Carolina; Fort Myers, Florida and Cleveland, Ohio.
Dan enjoys fitness, movies and getting out and about with his wife, CBS 11 Consumer Justice Investigator Cristin Severance.
“It’s a painful thing for us to process,” said principal Chris Bayer. “There’s kind of like a grieving process for us. We’re still kind of in the shock phase”
The birthday spankings tradition has been going on at Alvord Elementary School for eight years.
“The associates at Home Depot, we say, bleed orange, and today we’re also bleeding blue,” said store manager Cindy Sabo.
There was tragedy in Collin County after the bodies of a former city leader and his wheelchair-bound daughter were found inside their Lucas home.
The Fort Worth PD confirmed Tuesday that a situation that ended with a violent arrest started as a call about a man having a seizure. Video of the Saturday arrest went viral.
Police said they recovered a gun that was next to Randal Terrell in an open briefcase at the time of his arrest.
Orville Rogers, who started running when he was 50, holds 18 American and world running records.
The father of a former McKinney Boyd High School student opened up about his son’s arrest in 2012, for posting a shooting threat to Facebook.
The FBI helped police in Grand Prairie catch the person who posted a threat against a school on social media. That suspect, a former student, is now in custody and facing felony charges.
Many parents decided to keep their children home Tuesday after hearing about the threat by a student at Ronald Reagan Middle School.
As Black History Month comes to a close, CBS11 looks back on two men who helped shape one of the most significant civil rights advances in our state’s history.
The Lakewood woman put a box of dog feces on her porch and the thief took it.