From comic shows to live music to rodeos, there’s a lot happening across North Texas this weekend! KRLD’s Tasha Stevens fills you in.
Emergency crews responded to a two-alarm fire at a Dallas print shop late Wednesday night.
A pedestrian took matters into his own hands early Thursday when he was confronted by an armed robber. The victim had a gun of his own, and started firing shots at the suspect.
Pest control company Orkin has listed Dallas/Fort Worth as the sixth area in the country having the most bed bugs in the country.
Dallas resident Ana Zamora sat just feet away from First Lady Michelle Obama during the President’s State of The Union Address last night.
The capital murder charge against a Dallas man who went on a St. Patrick’s Day crime spree in 2012 has been dismissed, but prosecutors are trying to get the charge reinstated.
Police in Dallas are investigating the death of a man on-board a Greyhound bus. His body was discovered by maintenance workers behind a locked bathroom door.
Authorities say an officer with the Dallas school district fired his gun during a struggle with a 20-year-old man near a high school.
Authorities in Dallas are investigating a pair of attempted ATM thefts early Wednesday morning that may be related.
February is American Heart Month. Join us as we celebrate the power of women at the Go Red For Women luncheons in Dallas on February 6, Denton on February 13 and Tarrant County on February 20. Get details and tickets online today!
TX-DOT tells CBS 11 News there are 456 state highway bridges in Dallas, Tarrant, Denton, and Collin counties that are eligible for replacement under federal highway standards, but not all of those are deemed structurally deficient.
A half-century ago Martin Luther King Junior changed the world, but on this day there is also another ceremonious American milestone – the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Voting Rights Act.