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Introducing The GrowtainerNot all fruits and veggies grow on a farm. In one case, their grown inside a trailer in a parking lot behind a Dallas grocery story.
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Christmas Trees Arriving in North Texas Despite Shortage In Some AreasEverything from drought to wildfires to the 2008 recession has been blamed.
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Wild Wednesday: Dallas Zoo LightsCBS 11 News stopped by the Dallas Zoo on Wednesday to check out a first-ever event, where nearly 1 million holiday lights will be on display around the zoo.
Wednesday Afternoon Weather Update With Jeff JamisonNorth Texas was chilly on Wednesday morning, but temperatures will warm up for Thanksgiving and be even warming early next week.
CBS Employees Say Charlie Rose Acted InappropriatelyAfter allegations of sexual misconduct against Charlie Rose came from employees of his PBS talk show, three women have accused him of similar behavior while at CBS.

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Wild Wednesday: Dallas Zoo LightsCBS 11 News stopped by the Dallas Zoo on Wednesday to check out a first-ever event, where nearly 1 million holiday lights will be on display around the zoo.
Wednesday Afternoon Weather Update With Jeff JamisonNorth Texas was chilly on Wednesday morning, but temperatures will warm up for Thanksgiving and be even warming early next week.
Large Crowds Pack Airports For Thanksgiving TravelThese are some of the busiest travel days of the year, as North Texans take to the skies for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Introducing The GrowtainerNot all fruits and veggies grow on a farm. In one case, their grown inside a trailer in a parking lot behind a Dallas grocery story.
Man Found With Body In Truck Faces Federal ChargesThe man who led authorities on a car chase, Freddie Thomas Gilbert, is a convicted felon now charged for having a gun in his possession. He's facing a second charge for having cocaine.
Christmas Trees Arriving in North Texas Despite Shortage In Some AreasEverything from drought to wildfires to the 2008 recession has been blamed.

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