Letter Carrier Fired And Facing Charges After Dumping MailA Dallas letter carrier is out of a job and faces potential criminal charges after he or she is accused of dumping dozens of letters into a wooded area.
Recap & Analysis: Trump & Clinton Spar In Final DebateCBS 11 News reporter Jack Fink invites Scott Herndon from UT-Dallas to recap the debate. He also chats with undecided voters and TCU seniors Madison Smith and Taylor Dennis.
Trump Leads; Clinton Gains In Latest Texas KTVT-CBS 11 / Dixie Strategies PollIn a state where it is generally accepted that a GOP nominee is almost guaranteed a win in a presidential election, real estate mogul and presidential nominee Donald Trump has "under-performed" in Texas according to Pollster Brian Graham of Dixie Strategies.
Dallas County Community Finally Gets Running WaterThanks to a new grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture the Sandbranch community in Dallas County will soon have water and sewer for the first time.
Police Arrest Man After Woman Found Dead In His Car
Dallas Police Officers' Families Criticize Chief, Mayor & City CouncilAfter the recent murders of law enforcement officers, Amber says she worries more now than ever about whether her husband, a Dallas police officer and new father, will come home every night. "Yes, they have a target on their backs."
Magnetic Confederate Flags Discovered In DPD Locker Room At Love FieldThe discovery of magnetic confederate flags inside a Dallas Police Department men's locker room at Love Field is raising concerns.
Tearful Pleas From Murdered Man's Loved OnesThe search for a killer continues in Garland as murder victim Jamhal Henderson's loved ones made tearful pleas for the public's help.
After Sending Letter To GE, Governor Abbott Waits For ResponseNow that the legislative session has ended, Governor Greg Abbott said he will start his efforts to lure businesses to Texas.
Tornado Tosses SUV, Infant & Parents SurviveAs warning sirens rang in Van Monday night, Andy and Brandi Bouchillon decided to quickly leave their house on Bois D'Arc Street and drive to a storm shelter in town.
Blue Bell's Hometown Showing Support During Massive RecallJoanne Kasten and her friends didn't mind that they didn't get to tour the Blue Bell plant in Brenham -- even after their 110 mile journey on motorcycle.
With Water Restrictions Easing Soon, Will Residents Return To Old Ways?A Frisco man is determined to never water his yard again.