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!
CBS 11 News has learned members of American Airlines’ pilots, flight attendant and mechanics unions will announce their support of US Airways’ possible takeover of the struggling Fort Worth-based airline.
The legendary CBS News reporter passed away Saturday evening at age 93. Ken Foote takes a look back at Wallace’s career in TV and radio.
President Barack Obama is green-lighting the proposed southern leg of the Keystone pipeline.
Many doctors recommend that patients take a daily dose of aspirin to reduce their risk for a future heart attack or stroke. Now three new studies suggest taking the cheap powdery pill every day can also reduce a person’s risk for cancer, or prevent the disease from getting worse in patients who already have it.
The CBS news show 48 Hours Mystery will air a segment this Saturday with an update on former death row inmate Anthony Graves’ story.
Broadcasting has a rich history in the United States, going back to the 1920’s. Back then, the Congress Cigar Company of Philadelphia made a cigar called the “La Palina”, and their young advertising director was […]
A CBS News analysis of exit polls and early vote totals show that Newt Gingrich has defeated Mitt Romney in the South Carolina primary.
Over the course of the year, Americans will generate well over a ton of garbage — 250 million tons of garbage, to be more precise. But one man’s garbage is another’s treasure, especially in Fort Worth.
Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich said at the Republican presidential debate here Saturday night that they would be willing to go to war to keep Iran from attaining nuclear weapons if all other strategies failed.
When Dan Rather took a job to create a news program at Mark Cuban’s HDNet, it felt like a television version of a rebound relationship.
Days after the state House of Representatives approved a bill making it illegal for TSA agents to inappropriately touch travelers during a pat down, officials announced that agents were not found to be in the wrong on any of the 12 complaints filed at DFW Airport in the past seven months.