With the right words, one Fort Worth high school senior will win a brand new car. Everyday a shiny new 2013 Honda Civic sits on campus and steals the attention of students at Western Hills High School.
14-year old Hanna Berg is battling leukemia with her mother at her side all the way. Even harder for the family, they didn’t have a car.
The Cowboys have a full-time on-call driver available for late-night emergencies and pickup service, a program designed specifically to avoid drinking-and-driving incidents.
The matching Chevrolet SS passenger car, a new rear-wheel drive vehicle that will be available in showrooms in August, will be unveiled in February around the season-opening Daytona 500, when it will debut on the track.
When you see an inordinate number of pink Cadillacs in North Texas, you know it’s that time of year: the Mary Kay convention in downtown Dallas.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Auto crimes occur every two minutes in Texas, and a new prevention campaign wants you to think like a thief. According to reports, auto crimes typically go up in the summertime with […]
Wrong way crashes in the metroplex have killed nine people in just the last month, including two mothers, three young girls, and a deputy constable.
The Fort Worth Independent School District is offering the ultimate reward — for a teenager — to high school students with perfect attendance.
Honda Motor Co. says it will recall a total of 962,000 cars worldwide to fix power windows and computer systems.
Every day across the U.S., drivers become enraged behind the wheel, whether during highway commutes or grocery-store runs. But when anger and frustration turns to violence, the result is road rage.
A 2-year-old boy has died after being left alone in a day-care center van for several hours outside a Dallas school.
It looked like a bomb went off on Stemmons Freeway where two cars collided head-on early Friday morning.