Bob Simon, the longtime “60 Minutes” correspondent and legendary CBS News foreign reporter died suddenly Wednesday night in a car accident in New York City.
This week’s blog is about a pioneer of our business who fought vigorously for broadcasting’s First Amendment rights.
Donations to a North Texas-based organization are flying in, and a Dallas-based company has pledged to match every single dollar – all thanks to a simple act of kindness by a 9-year-old Ohio boy.
Dozens of tornadoes and intense thunderstorms swept across the Midwest on Sunday, leaving at least five people dead.
Texas Christian University has bestowed another laurel upon its star journalism alumnus. TCU trustees voted to rename its College of Communications the Schieffer College of Communications, effective immediately.
“I really want this person to be caught ‘cause I can’t sleep, I can’t eat, I have nightmares,” said the ninth victim of a serial rapist who has victimized unsuspecting women since June in a South Dallas neighborhood near Fair Park.
Severe Storm chasers Brandon Ivey and Sean Casey used their specialized tornado intercept vehicle to film video from inside a Kansas tornado.
Barbara Garcia, a survivor of the massive tornado that struck an Oklahoma City suburb, found her dog buried alive under the rubble during her interview with CBS News’ Anna Werner.
Rene Syler, who co-anchored CBS News’ The Early Show from 2002 to 2006, joins KRLD to discuss her decision to have a mastectomy.
CBS 11’s Ginger Allen spoke exclusively with a woman, who says her pleas for help at the jail were ignored, as the life of her newborn baby hung in the balance.
Bob Schieffer was back home in Fort Worth to receive the Bobby Bragan Lifetime Achievement Award Wednesday night, but it was the 37 other people who were honored along with him who stole the show.
You have probably seen breaking news interruptions on the commercial television stations. And depending on your own personal circumstances, these are either a blessing or a curse!