Musician At Vegas Festival Changes Tune On 2nd Amendment After BloodshedA member of the Josh Abbott Band, which was part of the weekend lineup in Las Vegas, Caleb Keeter, who lives in Denton witnessed the unspeakable firsthand.
Hacked! Teen’s Life Savings Stolen, Bank Gives Run-AroundWhen hackers stole a North Texas teenager's life savings and the bank wouldn't help, she called CBS11 Consumer Justice reporter Cristin Severance.
'I Was Deathly Ill For A Day' Toxic Harvey Floodwaters Infect VolunteersSome volunteer rescuers returning to North Texas from the Houston-area hard hit by Hurricane Harvey paid a price for their service -- skin infections, severe cuts, fevers, diarrhea and nausea. 
Expert: 'Panic Purchases' Producing Gas Shortages, Not Actual ShortageA gas shortage. Is it real, or consumer created out of concern?
Stranded Dog's Owner Feels Attacked: "I Jumped Into Survival Mode"A dog owner accused of abandoning his dog found frightened and alone atop a car surrounded by rising flood waters wants him back.
Arlington Considers Joining Dallas In Lawsuit Against SB4Arlington is considering joining the lawsuit against Senate Bill 4, the controversial law that bans sanctuary cities and allows police to ask some people about their immigration status.
Anti-White Supremacists Rally Will Have Heavy Police Presence Dallas police are preparing for thousands of people to descend upon city hall on Saturday for a rally against white supremacists.
'Get What You Get' With Tattoo Vending MachinePeople are lining up in Dallas to pay for a tattoo they do not get to see before buying.
Viral Photo Doesn't Show 'Antifa' Beating CopA widely spread photo purportedly showing an anti-fascist activist beating a police officer is a doctored image.
Woman Attacked, Sexually Assaulted After Leaving WorkPolice are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a woman on Burnett Street as she was leaving work Monday morning. 
Dallas Mayor: Confederate Statues 'Monuments Of Propaganda'Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings called for the formation of a task force to determine the fate of Confederate statues sitting in Dallas public parks.
Predominantly Black Dallas Group Forms To Protect Confederate MonumentsThe debate about Confederate statues in Dallas intensified on Monday as a group made up of predominantly African Americans called for the monuments to remain standing.

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