CBS 11 traffic expert Whitney Drolen continues to visit DFW area first responders to thank them for their service. This week, she stopped by the Plano Fire Department.
March Madness is about to take over North Texas. There will be tailgating, concerts, and a fun run… all in all it seems like there’s something for everyone. There’s only one major problem – getting there!
A grass fire that shut down portions of a road in Denton County on Sunday is now 95 percent contained.
Some of the road construction work along the LBJ Freeway is almost done, but that big change could impact your commute as new traffic patterns take effect on Tuesday.
An overturned semi truck has afternoon traffic near Woodall Rodgers and US 45 backed up.
It is a project intended to alleviate flooding on a notoriously flood prone Fort Worth road. Ironically, weekend rains and construction caused a portion of Trinity Boulevard behind Bell Helicopter to collapse.
With an expected crowd of 40,000 people for the St Patrick’s Day parade and surrounding events, the Dallas Police Department will be closing a number of streets in the Greenville Ave area.
Drivers in Keller may soon know where police plan on setting up speed traps.
Residents of Irving get a say about what to do with what’s left of an iconic landmark that was literally blown away.
Icy roads created traffic nightmares for drivers across North Texas on Monday morning, but one of the worst areas was along Interstate-45 in Navarro County.
Travel along Interstate-45 in Corsicana has been a nightmare these last 24 hours. Officials with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) confirm that at its worst point there was a 20-mile backup in the southbound lanes of the interstate.
The traffic story has been the same for much of the Metroplex. Highways are typically passable, if drivers go slowly. But side streets and parking lots are still covered with ice.