An "Unprecedented Surge" In Dallas Police ApplicationsDays after five police officers were shot and killed, DPD Chief David Brown encouraged demonstrators to "put an application in." Today the department confirmed hoards of people are responding to the call.
Want-To-Be DPD Recruits Will Have To Be PatientThe deadly police ambush last week and subsequent funerals this week has forced DPD to postpone some recruiting.
College & Pro Football Scouting Site Now Monitoring Sixth GradersRivals.com, a well-known college and professional football scouting site, has added sixth graders to its database.
New Information In DISD Basketball Recruiting ScandalThere is new information in the recruiting scandal that rocked the DISD. This month, the district fired 15 employees - including the top management in the athletic program. CBS 11 News has uncovered how the district uncovered what it calls “lies.”
15 DISD Employees Fired For Alleged Illegal Basketball RecruitingThe investigation into the murder of a DISD high school student leads police to possible sport recruiting infractions by top administrators and coaches. Now more than a dozens adults, accused of taking part in the recruiting scandal, are all out of a job.
Baylor Signing Class Includes Top Receiving GroupBig 12 champion Baylor's 2014 signing class was in place for so long that the Bears didn't even host campus visits on the final weekend of recruiting.
SEC Still Stands On Top -- In RecruitingThe Southeastern Conference is still reigning supreme on the recruiting trail. The Crimson Tide is poised to bring in another top-rated recruiting class.
Texas Athletics Mired In Unusual Hard TimesThe wealthiest athletic program in the country has been racked by bad results on the field and embarrassed by revelations of coaches having inappropriate relationships with students.
Baylor Signs 3 Post Players In Early PeriodNo. 16 Baylor has signed three post players to national letters of intent, giving coach Scott Drew another highly touted class.
Using Social Media To Snag A New JobA survey from Jobvite -- a recruiting software company -- claims that 92 percent of U.S. companies use social networks and media to find talent in 2012. That number is up from 78 percent just five years ago.
NCAA Bylaws Could Be Changed After Abuse ScandalsThe NCAA is examining whether Penn State violated bylaws covering institutional control and ethical conduct.