CBSN Dallas - Ft. Worth

Latest News

COVID-19 Omicron Variant Confirmed In 2 North Texas Patients By Frisco LabThe local cases involve patients ages 35 and 40 and neither have a recent travel history or underlying health conditions.
Plano Takes Next Step Toward Farm-Inspired Mixed-Use Development, Haggard FarmsOver the last 50 years, there’s been a lot of interest in developing the land and now the Haggard family believes they’ve found the right fit.
300+ Astroworld Festival Lawsuits To Be Handled By 1 Texas Judge“This consolidation will promote the expeditious and efficient administration of justice,” the two-page order said.
Texas Man Acquitted In Deadly Shooting Of Police Officer In 2019A West Texas man was acquitted of murder Wednesday, Dec. 8 in the 2019 deadly shooting of a police officer who was shot while checking a security alarm at the man’s home.
'I'm Worried I'm Going To Kill My Parents' Man Told 911, Pointed Fake Gun At Fort Worth Police Before Being KilledHe told the 911 operator he was carrying a Glock. But it turned out it was not a real gun. It only looked like one.
Dallas City Council Unanimously Approves Major Ethics ReformsThe Dallas City Council unanimously approved the ethics reform package that was initially proposed by Mayor Eric Johnson in September.
Harris County Jail, Texas' Largest, Under Renewed Scrutiny After Report Of Sexual Assault Of SergeantA five-page report by the Texas Commission on Jail Standards following a surprise inspection last month found employees at the jail were often late in conducting required checks of inmates in their cells.
Juvenile Arrested For Alleged Involvement In Shots Fired Near Garland High School Last FridayThe 16-year-old boy is charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.