Summer Camp For Your Budding Techie

You may remember the days of summer camp. But maybe your kid has different interests. If so, iD Tech Camps may be more up their alley.


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Eight Year Old Recovering After Crashing Small ATV

An eight-year-old boy was seriously injured after he slammed his miniature 4-wheel vehicle into a parked car Sunday in northwest Dallas.


An Egret. (Credit: Getty Images)

Carrollton Can’t Touch Invading Egrets Despite Health, Property Risks

It didn’t matter that a group of irritated residents spoke up at Tuesday’s City Council meeting about losing their neighborhood to thousands of birds. City leaders told them their hands were tied, these egrets are federally protected migratory birds.


An Egret. (Credit: Getty Images)

Protected Egrets Concern Carrollton Neighborhood

What started as a few nesting pairs has turned into a full-fledged egret takeover that has now expanded onto three blocks throughout the city.


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Driver Says He Choked On Soda, Ran 18-Wheeler Off Freeway

A truck driver told authorities TUESDAY that he ran his 18-wheeler off Interstate 35 because he choked while drinking soda.


A parking lot for a water park sits directly behind homes in Trophy Club.

Trophy Club Residents Say City Built Too Close To Homes

Some Trophy Club homeowners say a pirate ship has hijacked the scenic view they once had from their backyards and the city hasn’t stood by its own ordinances.


A North Texas traffic jam. (credit: CBSDFW.COM)

Transportation Planners Wary Of State Senate Toll Road Bill

Under a new bill introduced in the State Senate this week, once toll roads are paid off, they would become free roads maintained by taxpayers.


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New iPhone App Singles Out Bad Drivers

Imagine having the power to flag down bad drivers or to write traffic tickets or just call people out for changing lanes without a signal.



TABC Prepared To Handle Flood Of Dallas Alcohol Applications

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is preparing to sift through a flood of applications to sell alcohol after Proposition 1 passed in Dallas Tuesday night. The proposition eliminates the city’s dry zones, most of which are currently in the southern sector, and allows any business to apply to sell alcohol.

CBS 11–11/03/2010