Heavy spring rains may be memory, but not so the floods they spawned.
About half of the Texas State Park system has been impacted by severe weather and flooding over the past month.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, ever year emergency rooms treat more than 200,000 children under the age of 14 for playground-related injuries.
A food truck park is one step closer to making its home in Richardson after the city’s planning commission approved the park’s permit to open during a meeting last night.
The park – complete with turf, trees, music venue space and park benches – will occupy a 150 foot block of Crowdus Street between Elm and Main.
Animal rescuers and residents in southeast Dallas are finding garbage bags with the remains of dogs and roosters.
The Rowlett City Council signed off to buy Dallas’ Robertson Park along Lake Ray Hubbard. A developer then purchased it from Rowlett.
Most people think of it as the not-so-fun ride in Fair Park. We’re talking about Interstate-30, just east of downtown. But some area improvements being considered are not only timely, but beautiful.
A look at the stories creating buzz on social media sites like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and others. WARNING: This story includes a tweet with language that may be offensive to some.
If you live in Plano, outdoor watering rules could become more restrictive, if current conditions stay the same.
Dallas police are in the middle of a scofflaw crackdown. But this time they’re not hunting for hardened criminals — they’re looking for leashes.
Some people in West lost family members the night of April 17, 2013. Some lost their homes and there are others who lost both. One of those families spoke with CBS 11 News about the last year and how they’re rebuilding their lives.