Dallas Firefighters Leave City As Pension Troubles Loom
The Dallas Firefighters Association estimates it will lose 200 firefighters by the end of the fiscal year.
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#MeToo Making Hollywood Scandal Resonate With Women In North TexasTens of thousands of women—and some men—are taking to social media at the encouragement of actress Alyssa Milano to say that sexual harassment and assault are far more common than many may realize, or want to admit.
Pedestrian Safety A Growing Concern In Fort Worth's West 7th AreaThere's no median in some places and no crosswalks in an area with more people moving in on both sides and there's no easy way to deal with it.
Mesquite Police ID Gunman Who Allegedly Killed TeenOn Monday afternoon, police identified the suspect as Kenvione Rayshun Overton, 17.  He's 5’7” and weighs 165 pounds.
Additional Videos Released Of Missing Richardson ChildThe public is seeing different glimpses of Sherin Mathews that show a happy and playful girl before she disappeared from her Richardson home nine days ago.
The Ones For Texas: Curtis LoganA McKinney Police officer's background is raising eyebrows -- for a GOOD reason. He's already a larger than life presence at McKinney High School where he works -- and his previous career may explain why. CBS 11's J.D. Miles introduces us to him-- in this week's The Ones For Texas.
Dallas Pastors, Activists Support Kaepernick, Chastise Jerry JonesA group of local pastors and community activists expressed support for Colin Kaepernick and gave Cowboys owner Jerry Jones a piece of their mind in light of recent protests on the football field.

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#MeToo Making Hollywood Scandal Resonate With Women In North TexasTens of thousands of women—and some men—are taking to social media at the encouragement of actress Alyssa Milano to say that sexual harassment and assault are far more common than many may realize, or want to admit.
Passenger Says Delta Crew Stopped Her From Singing Anthem To Honor Fallen SoldierShe said a flight attendant told her that singing "The Star Spangled Banner" would make passengers from other countries uncomfortable. Matt Yurus reports.
Pedestrian Safety A Growing Concern In Fort Worth's West 7th AreaThere's no median in some places and no crosswalks in an area with more people moving in on both sides and there's no easy way to deal with it.

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