High Winds Fuel Four-Alarm Irving Apartment FireWinds gusting up to 40 miles an hour helped fan a large fire that destroyed one building at an Irving apartment complex this morning.
Texas House Speaker Won't Block Bathroom Bill Despite His OppositionTexas House Speaker Joe Straus says he doesn't know if the Senate's controversial bathroom bill will pass in the House. "That's a good question."
Bikers Cry Discrimination Against Iconic Burger JointAn iconic Dallas restaurant chain is being accused of discrimination.
Plaintiffs Ask Judges To Trash Texas Congressional DistrictsThe plaintiffs challenging the congressional district lines imposed by the Texas Legislature in 2011 have asked federal judges to trash that district plan and order a new district plan.
Bat-Killing Fungus Found In TexasThe fungus has been detected in samples taken from three bat species in six West Texas counties — Childress, Collingsworth, Cottle, Hardeman, King and Scurry.
Garland Police Looking For Man Who Robbed, Raped Subway WorkersPolice in Garland are looking for a man in connection to a robbery and two sexual assaults.
UNT Student Shares Story Of Survival After 5 Days In Grand CanyonIt’s a story of survival in the Arizona desert by a North Texas college student who spent five days stranded there last week.
Speaker Straus: 'No I Won't' Block Texas Bathroom BillTexas House Speaker Joe Straus says while he opposes the senate's so-called 'Bathroom Bill,' he won't keep it from getting a full vote in the house.
Mistaken Identity Leaves Allen Barber Explaining He's Not A Shooting SuspectWhen police identified the suspect who fired at the new Lowery 9th Grade Center construction site as Roy Dale Rogers, Roy Rex Rogers who owns a nearby barber shop says he suddenly had a lot of explaining to do.
Sister Says UK Attack Victims Were 'Having The Time Of Their Lives'The sister of Kurt W. Cochran, an American killed in the London terror attack spoke to CBS11 this afternoon about her brother.
Texas Appeals Court Overturns Ex-Baylor Player's ConvictionAn appeals court overturned the conviction of a former Baylor football player whose sexual assault case helped ignite a scandal that engulfed the nation's largest Baptist school.
Death Rates Up For Middle Age Whites With Little EducationA sobering portrait of less-educated middle-age white Americans emerged Thursday with new research showing them dying disproportionately from what one expert calls "deaths of despair" — suicides, drug overdoses and alcohol-related diseases.

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