Three of the 16 people wounded in the shooting at Fort Hood on Wednesday are being cared for at Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple.
Police say an accident caused by a suspected drunk driver traveling the wrong way on East Loop 820 near I-30 injured eight people Saturday, sending five to the hospital.
“Home for the holidays” has a whole new meaning this year for a Dallas army veteran. He did not unwrap his present this year. He unlocked it.
A legally blind woman falls into an uncovered manhole on Weiler Boulevard, in southeast Fort Worth. The 34-year-old woman was walking with her young son at the time.
The Cowboys will be without three defensive starters in linebackers Sean Lee and Bruce Carter and cornerback Morris Claiborne against the Green Bay Packers.
CBS 11 News has learned exclusive information about a federal lawsuit filed against a major North Texas school district. The Keller family says someone they trusted to care for him abused their son.
The Rangers will have to wait longer to get back right-hander Colby Lewis and second baseman Ian Kinsler. Both players have lingering injuries preventing them from taking the field.
Four students from Skyline High School are recovering after being involved in a terrible accident.
Moment after nail-biting moment, the events shoved us through a week that felt like an unremitting series of tragedies: Deadly bombs. Poison letters. A a colossal explosion. A violent manhunt.
One day after a deadly explosion at a fertilizer plant in the town of West, some Texans are realizing how they skirted the line between life and death. One man broke down while talking to a CBS 11 News crew.
The blast from the explosion at the West Fertilizer plant Wednesday night caused damage to property in town and far away. Standing in almost any spot, broken windows can be seen for miles around.
Police in Arlington are still piecing together a series of events that ended with one man dead, two other people injured and at least two arrests.