A 17-year-old from Grand Prairie is charged with hitting a neighbor’s cat in the head 30 times with a hammer before decapitating and eviscerating with a knife.
Chauffeured rides in Las Vegas, 5-star hotels in Paris, or drinks in Dubai with a $1,300 bar tab — sounds like a great way to travel, right? The CBS 11 I-Team is now exposing this is how your customer dollars are being spent by top executives and board members of DFW International Airport.
You still won’t be able to use your cellphone. But depending on which airline you fly, you may soon start getting permission from the flight crew to use other electronic devices throughout your flight.
Starting November first, people enrolled in the government’s Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps, will see a reduction in monthly benefits.
A 54-year-old parolee was sentenced to 70 years in prison for robbing two Fort Worth businesses – a phone store and a pharmacy – on separate occasions earlier this year.
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has appointed former state Sen. Tommy Williams of the Woodlands as vice chancellor of federal and state relations.
Plano Animal Services has partnered with the city’s Geographic Information Systems Department to create an online map enabling owners to search for missing pets 24 hours a day.
A federal judge has sentenced the former president of a Port Arthur chemical company to one year in prison for occupational safety crimes that led to an employee’s death.
The Cowboys are a complete oxymoron. Who else flames out so huge and in so many ways? The Cowboys sure do know how to do it don’t they?
Lighting destroyed a home in Sanger Saturday night. Owner Rick Pritchett told CBS 11 News that was inside and heard a loud pop when it happened.
Early voting is underway on whether to tap the state’s rainy day fund to create a $2 billion water infrastructure fund.
The Dallas Cowboys have released guard David Arkin, who never played in a game after getting drafted in the fourth round two years ago.