Sunnyvale Man Survives Second Close CallTerrorism and a tornado in the same year for Bruce Joiner.
Garland Begins Removing Debris From TornadoesReality is setting in for residents in Garland after more than 200 homes were destroyed and another 1,000 homes were damaged by deadly tornadoes on the day after Christmas.
Garland ISD Helping Students Affected By Tornado Before School StartsAs many as 3,500 students within Garland ISD may have been affected by the tornado, according to district administrators.
GISD Launches Online Questionnaire & Phone Bank To ID Storm VictimsThe district hopes to locate all affected students and staff as soon as possible, so transportation, meals, school uniforms, etc. can be coordinated before work and school resume Jan. 4 and 5.
Garland ISD Spending $650K To Continue Busing StudentsFor the past decade some students in the Garland Independent School District have endured daily 40-minute bus rides to and from school. Now school board members have decided to end that commute for some and continue it for others – at a big price.
Garland ISD Considers Plan To Shorten 40 Minute Bus RidesHundreds of Garland elementary school students have a commute to school that may rival their parents.
Garland ISD Security Guard Shares Story Of Being Shot In Attack Exclusively With CBS11He says he "felt a sting" and "didn't realize he had been shot."
Garland Student Wins Scholar Athlete HonorGarrett Stroud from Rowlett High School in Garland received a special honor due to his work ethic on the soccer pitch, in the classroom, and in his community.
Garland Hoops Player Has Magic TouchAmanda Barlow from Naaman Forest High School in Garland has hit buzzer-beater shots three times this season. She talked about what it's like to have the magic touch.
500 Protest Islamic Conference At Garland ISD FacilityAn estimated 500 protesters gathered outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland where an event held Saturday was aimed at combating “Islamohpobia”.
Garland Prepares For Possible Islamic Conference ProtestsThe Garland Independent School District and Garland police are boosting security at the Curtis Culwell Center for Saturday's event aimed at combating 'Islamophobia.'
North Texas Schools Respond To Ebola FearsMany school districts across North Texas are doing their part to keep Ebola off of their campuses.