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More than one month after a woman was found fatally wounded inside her Fort Worth home, police have announced they suspect her husband is responsible for her death.
Original farm land is vanishing in the city of Plano, and one of the few remaining parcels has just been sold.
The father of a teen accused of shooting and killing a store clerk in Garland in January says he doesn’t know how he missed the warning signs.
Residents of Irving get a say about what to do with what’s left of an iconic landmark that was literally blown away.
Police released pictures of a truck in connection to Tuesday’s homicide at a Red Wings shoe store on S. Cooper St.
CBS 11 News spoke to two victims from a sting of driveway robberies in Dallas.
This year’s dangerous strain of the flu has claimed more North Texas lives in the past week.
From Columbine to Sandy Hook Elementary School, the gunmen behind America’s worst school shootings have all had serious mental health issues.
The shell of the historic Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells sits over the small North Texas town.
Corky Rawdon, 64, says he is happy he’s alive after he was struck by a distracted driver in an SUV on Saturday.
The Tarrant County District Attorney’s office and Fort Worth Police Department have released new public records in the case of an officer involved shooting during a home burglary call.
Chelby Farley is a high school senior from Saginaw who loves coming to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. But Farley experiences the stock show differently from most.