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.
Dallas Police arrested prominent attorney Amy Witherite, known for her 1-800-Car Wreck ads, and her wife Barbara Saturday after an altercation in the Bishop Arts neighborhood.
The lake is surrounded by creeks that feed into the water that bring runoff from as far away as Frisco during a big downpour.
People who feed the geese at White Rock Lake say some of the birds have disappeared, and they alerted Dallas Parks and Recreation to a disturbing possibility.
The worker, Jazmine Torres, is seen on surveillance video pushing a toddler and tossing another to the ground.
“A loaded 45-caliber gun, along with a loaded magazine,” said Officer Brad Perez with Fort Worth Police.
Daniel Pacheco, 18, was shot and killed at a massive house party friend say he helped organize.
The Dallas GOP Chairman says no one should be surprised by the executive order. President Trump campaigned on the issue.
North Texas actor and theater director Derek Whitener is now listed as being in stable condition and has been transferred out of the Intensive Care Unit, a family spokesman said Wednesday.
Neighbors in Waxahachie blame Atmos Energy for a home explosion that rocked their neighborhood last September, and hired work crews to dig up the gas lines in front of their homes to prove it.
A North Texas woman who picks up trash has hit the lottery big from tickets tossed by original owners.
Durham’s own attorney turned him in, and claimed Durham said he was capable of “doing things along the line of what happened in Newtown (Connecticut).”
STEM teacher Christopher Durham is said to have told his students to Google him, where they found he had been arrested in Oklahoma.