Cali Wine Country Wildfires May Burn Business For Texas WineriesWildfires burning 1,500 miles away in Northern California could soon impact wineries and vineyards in Texas.
Couple Snaps Pics Of Bald Eagle In Their BackyardA husband and wife were stunned when a bald eagle flew over their house and perched on a tree in their backyard Friday.
Rising River In Granbury Forces Some EvacuationsThe main entrance to the community of Pecan Plantation was blocked off as rushing waters covered the bridge.
Auto Repair Shops Struggle With Hail Damage DemandsYou might think that auto repair shops are rubbing their hands with excitement over all the business the hailstorms brought.
Monarch Butterflies Entering Mexico On MigrationMonarch butterflies have begun entering Mexico on their annual migration from the United States and Canada.
Some North Texans Need Boat To Get To ApartmentsCoppell firefighter escorted residents of an apartment complex on boats so they could retrieve what they need from their flooded units.
Lost And Found For Photos Found Across Van After TornadoWhen Mother Nature is at its worse, often humanity is at its best. Check out the lost and found photo wall set up by the Red Cross.
Weather Has Softball Players Singing, "Rain, Rain, Go Away!"With more rain headed toward North Texas, a local college softball team is trying to make up for lost time -- while they can.
Lightning Sets Sanger Home AblazeLighting destroyed a home in Sanger Saturday night. Owner Rick Pritchett told CBS 11 News that was inside and heard a loud pop when it happened.
Lightning Strikes, Narrowly Missing Teen's BoatA teenager and several of his friends were almost struck by lighting on Lake Athens Saturday afternoon.
White Christmas May Be Blowing Our WayMother Nature is trying to bring a White Christmas to North Texas and is doing so with a potent storm system that will be a lot of bark with a little bite. And the bark won’t be the snow! It will be the wind.
Lancaster Prepares For More Severe Weather 11 Days After Tornado Less than two weeks after a tornado, Lancaster homeowners are still recovering and bracing for more severe weather. Resident Albert Smith is packing up what he can, while he still can.