Browns Player Donates First Game Pay To Fallen OfficersThe Cleveland Browns Isaiah Crowell donated his first check, estimated around $35,000, to the Texas Fallen Officer Foundation.
Dallas Mom Killed In Laundromat Parking Lot CrashShock. Sadness. And calls for change. In Dallas, an Oak Cliff community struggles with strong emotions after a young mother is killed after stepping away from a laundromat.
Fort Worth Seeks More Age-Friendly Community ReputationFort Worth is preparing for what some call the aging tsunami.
"National Night Out" Events Happening Across North TexasThe job of preventing crime is the responsibility of the community. That's the idea behind National Night Out, a program to encourage partnerships between police departments and the community.
City Leaders At Odds About Vision For Deck Park Near ZooThe plan to build a second deck park over I-35E near the Dallas Zoo is creating an ideological duel between two community leaders.
Deep Ellum's Violent Crime Spike Has People On EdgeRobberies, thefts and most recently a sexual assault in Deep Ellum has business owners, patrons and residents on edge in the area.
Colleyville Church Schools Couples On MarriageAt a time when half of all marriages end in divorce, a course at the Covenant Church in Colleyville offers a realistic approach to helping couples improve their relationships.
Hooters In Dispute About Fort Worth Liquor LicenseHooters wants to put a new restaurant on the corner of Second Street and Throckmorton next to Sundance Square.
Basketball Game Looks To Unite Dallas CommunityIn its second year, a Dallas church leader hopes the "Together We Ball" basketball game can unite the community.
Thief Destroys Teen's "Back The Blue" Lemonade StandA thief tried to stop a 14-year-old Denton girl from a fundraiser for the families of fallen police officers.
White Mother Speaks About Fear Of Raising A Black SonFatal police shootings have become a familiar flashpoint—ripping away the façade of a nation tending its racial wounds.
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.