Frisco ISD Approves Added Athletics Fee To Close Budget ShortfallFrisco ISD approved a package of 60 proposals 6 to 1 to cut costs and raise revenues to help offset a $5.8 million hole in the budget created after voters rejected a tax increase last summer.
Bedford Police Seek 2 Men In Credit Card Skimming ProbeBedford police are asking for the public's help identifying two men seen on surveillance video installing, then removing a car skimming device at an ATM machine.
Robot Security Guards Are Here To StayRobots are quickly becoming a popular tool for security companies tasked with keeping public spaces and work places safe.
Group Opposes Plans For Boutique Hotel In Fairmount NeighborhoodA debate is brewing in Fort Worth’s historic Fairmount neighborhood.
Downsizing Now The Trend In North TexasThe downsizing trend is growing because families don’t want those large homes anymore and builders aren’t building them.
CBS11 Reporter Participates In Fort Worth PD Shooter TrainingFor the first time ever Fort Worth Police invited members of the media to participate in a hands-on shooting training at their simulated city inside the police training center.
Hoarder Comes Out From The Clutter, Embraces Clean SweepLiving underneath boxes, trash and her own belongings for decades, a self-admitted hoarder says she is ready for a change.
Abundant Rainfall Equals Spike In Fireworks SalesFireworks stand owners say thanks to the rain they are projected to have one of the biggest spikes in sales ever.
Colleyville Animal Clinic Using Stem Cell Treatment On PetsVeterinarians at Heritage Animal Hospital in Colleyville are one of the few in the country and one of the only ones in Texas using stem cell therapy to treat pain and discomfort in their animals.
Foreign Investors Fuel Price Real Estate TrendForeign cash is fueling a new trend in North Texas Real Estate, according to real estate experts.
Swift Water Rescue Team Prepares For More DownpoursAnother round of downpours is expected to hit Johnson County and the Swift Water Rescue team at fire station #2 in Cleburne is preparing for another night of rescues.
No One Seriously Hurt As Day 1 Of Heavy Rain EndsNorth Texans caught up in flash flooding can quickly find themselves in danger.