Dozens of North Texas drivers caught off guard and CBS 11 News cameras are there to catch several crashes! The hazourdous situation is being caused by confused drivers along East Berry Street in Fort Worth.
If a red light camera catches you breaking the law, you can expect a $75 dollar fine; $100 in some cases if you pay late.
Red light cameras have been a source of controversy and debate since cities started using them to ticket drivers for breaking the law.
Twenty-four hours after a massive airbag recall, consumers are experiencing yet another road block in the process.
Retail gasoline prices across the state continue to drop as millions of Texans prepare to hit the road for the long Labor Day weekend.
Residents say the chaos happens like clockwork – a North Texas school zone turns into a danger zone twice a day. Neighbors describe a Wild, Wild West type of situation outside Spence Middle School.
The city of Fort Worth is working to keep free after hours parking for downtown patrons.
A traffic accident and fuel spill completely closed down a portion of U.S. Highway 75 in McKinney. An 18-wheeler crashed and then caught fire. The truck was engulfed in flames when fire crews arrived.
All drivers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have to contend with traffic and sometime bone-jarring stretches of road.
The law is clear – in Texas the left lane is for passing only. But, what do you do if you get stuck behind a slow poke hogging the left lane? In the metroplex, you may be out of luck.
One story reported on CBSDFW.COM has a lot of people talking. It started with Tuesday night’s vote on an ordinance by the Arlington City Council to ban guns and concealed weapons at public meetings.
Efforts to implement a statewide texting while driving ban in Texas are likely to resurface next year no matter who replaces Gov. Rick Perry.