Good Contractor's List Kicks Out "Bad Apple"An alleged bad apple made his way onto the "Good contractors list". The website said he took advantage of nine families before he was caught.
Veteran '60 Minutes' Newsman Morley Safer Dies At 84Safer was in declining health when he announced his retirement last week.
CBS Announces 2016-2017 Primetime Television LineupCBS has unveiled its 2016-2017 primetime lineup, featuring three new comedies, five new dramas, 21 returning series and Thursday Night Football.
Texas-Sized Odometer Fraud; Lease Owners Caught Doing RollbacksEverything is bigger in Texas, especially odometer fraud. The Lone Star state ranks second in the country for rollbacks, costing drivers $600 million dollars a year, according to Carfax.
Mother Of 2 Children Found In San Antonio Child Abuse CaseSan Antonio authorities report they've located the mother of two of the eight children found unsupervised in a major child abuse case.
Judge Hears Open Of Ex-Central Texas Deputy's Murder RetrialA judge has begun hearing testimony in the retrial of a former Central Texas sheriff's deputy charged with murder in the fatal shooting of a woman on her porch.
Woman Says Officer Injured In Shootout Saved Her LifeTwo weeks before a gunfight sent him to the hospital, Fort Worth police officer Matt Pearce saved the life of a domestic violence survivor.
Sand Branch Community A Step Closer To Clean WaterThe community of Sand Branch in southeast Dallas County is one step closer to getting clean, running water flowing through taps.
Teen Tracks Down Thief And Reclaims Stolen PackageA teen in search of a stolen package says she tracked down the thief and confronted him.
Arlington Dog Loses Leg In Brutal Attack, Owner Wants ChangesAn Arlington pet owner plans to rally a group at city hall to call for changes in the code that classifies what constitutes a dangerous animal.
Home Of Afghan Refugee Who Helped American Soldiers BurglarizedHe saved countless American lives translating for soldiers in Afghanistan, but a refugee's first days on U.S. soil were anything but the American Dream.
Revered Texas Newswoman Linda Ellerbee RetiresA revered TV newswoman from Texas is calling it quits after a storied career. She spoke to KRLD's Barbara Schwarz about her career and the state of news in America.