Wednesday's Warriors: May 18, 2016CBS11 anchor Doug Dunbar is one of three people in the country, selected to represent the leukemia and lymphoma society at the Ironman World Championship in Kona Hawaii October 8, 2016.
Research Pinpoints Highest Risk Areas For Child Abuse In DallasNew research obtained exclusively by CBS11 News pinpoints the Dallas zip codes where children are most often abused in the city.
Bryan Adams High School Basketball Team Gives BackThe Bryan Adams High School basketball team only won four games last season, but they’re already the most improved team in the metroplex.
Slain Euless Police Officer's Sister Posts Touching Tribute OnlineThe sister of Euless Police officer David Stefan Hofer, 29, who was killed in the line of duty in March 2016, posted an emotional blog post about his loss.
Midlothian Police Release New Surveillance Video Of Murder SuspectPolice in Midlothian now know how a local fitness instructor and mother of three died. The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s office has completed a preliminary autopsy on Terri “Missy” Bevers; but, Midlothian detectives are closely guarding details, they say, in order to protect the investigation.
Biker Escort 100 Strong For Cancer-Stricken WomanAbout 100 bikers responded to a Rowlett man's request on Facebook to help his cancer-stricken wife Monday morning.
Garland School Reacts To Help Storm VictimsLakeview Centennial High School is just a few blocks north of the Garland neighborhood hardest-hit by this weekend's deadly tornado.
Supporters March For 'Unity In The Community'The second annual event happened in Fort Worth Saturday morning.
North Texas Giving DayToday is North Texas Giving Day. JD Ryan is Around Town with one of the many charities you can help.
Grass Roots Effort By Pastors To Bring Neighbors TogetherFort Worth pastors of minority churches are forging a coalition of diverse groups to attack problems they see in the neighborhoods around their churches every day.
Fort Worth In Trial Program To Help Build Police/Community TrustThe United States Justice Department is taking a closer look at the Fort Worth Police Department. At the center are questions over trust between police and the communities they serve.
Fort Worth Among Cities Chosen For Project On Curbing Racial BiasFort Worth is in a group of six U.S. cities that will participate in a federal pilot program aimed at reducing racial bias and improving ties between law enforcement and communities.