As Randy Travis’ condition worsened this week, people in his adopted home town of Tioga (in Grayson County) prayed for him as though he was always as one of their own.
This is the 237th anniversary of the Declaration Of Independence from British rule. And as we celebrate July 4th, I am reminded of what that document means to me.
With the threat of severe weather continuing across North Texas and Oklahoma today, CBS 11 will be providing continuing coverage of the Moore, OK recovery efforts until noon.
Those who wish to help the North Texas tornado victims may donate today between 4 and 6:30 p.m. by calling 1-877-TEXAS-11.
KTVT has a rich history, going back to the day when an oil millionaire named Sid Richardson flipped the switch on its transmitter in 1955 and the station first signed on the air.
We’ll have lows drop down to the mid-20’s. There is a chance we’ll see some light snow/sleet fall in our southeast corner late tonight from Palestine over to Athens; likely not enough to make roads a trouble.
Check out a picture of Brendan’s birthday cake!
Over the course of the next week leading up to Thursday’s start of the NFL Draft, we’ll provide six different options of how the Cowboys’ draft might go.
Can you believe that the Texas Rangers have been playing professional baseball in the DFW area since 1972? That’s 40 years!
The news story about M.G. “Pat” Robertson coming out in favor of legalizing marijuana, with all due respect to him, just flies in the face of what I know about him and what he believes.
KTVT and CBSDFW.com won three awards in the 2011-2012 Texas Associated Press Broadcasters competition and News Radio KRLD won six in the radio competition.
KTVT has a very long and distinguished history in the DFW area.