Stephanie Lucero is an Emmy Award-winning veteran reporter for CBS 11 News, covering all types of events and issues here in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. She is currently one of the featured reporters for the CBS 11 News Morning Show and the CBS 11 News at 11:00 a.m.
Stephanie is a native of Los Angeles, and she has worked as a reporter in Reno, Nevada, Las Vegas and New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as here in North Texas.
Over the course of her career Stephanie has covered immigration and education issues in Texas, earthquakes in California, and hurricanes along the Gulf, including an on-going series of stories after Hurricane Katrina.
She is the proud mom of teenage twin boys, who will be driving soon. Stephanie is a band mom, a school volunteer and one of the founding members of the DFW Network of Hispanic Communicators.
There is still some ice on the ground, but classes are back in session in the Dallas ISD, and several other school districts across North Texas on Tuesday morning.
The ice storm that brought many motorists to a complete standstill over this past weekend is having a similar effect on deliveries at North Texas grocery stores.
Icy conditions stranded some travelers at DFW Airport for days, as they waited to get on a flight. And their chances finally appear to be improving early Monday morning.
Limited operations continued at DFW International Airport on Saturday, with North Texas covered in a coating of ice. More than 350 departures have already been canceled.
The icy weather has resulted in airlines canceling over 330 departures scheduled for Friday at DFW Airport. That represents 40 percent of the airport’s departing flights.
The cold weather and threat of icy conditions has Oncor crews standing by in Lancaster, ready for any potential power outages that may appear across North Texas.
The teen accused of driving drunk and killing four people is scheduled to go on trial Wednesday in Fort Worth.
Four young girls may have been approached by the same man in just the last month, according to police in Dallas. The most recent incident happened Monday morning.
The murder case for the man accused of drowning his ex-wife has been delayed until February.
The winter storm that passed through DFW this past weekend is now hitting areas east of Texas, leading to thousands of flight delays at airports along the east coast.
Prosecutors have called it one of the most gruesome domestic violence cases they have worked in years, but the Deanna Cook murder trial could soon be delayed.
The winter mess that passed through North Texas on Monday morning left area roads mostly safe, but it has not been so kind to those trying to catch a flight at DFW Airport.