Gov. Abbott Attends State Capitol Menorah Lighting Ceremony In AustinGovernor Greg Abbott met with members of the Jewish community in Austin today to celebrate Hanukkah.
2021-22 Bowl Game Season Schedule FinalizedThe 2021 Bowl Game season schedule was set today, with a handful of Texas teams making the cut.
Cincinnati And Alabama Will Face Off In Cotton Bowl CFP Semi-FinalThe Bearcats will face the Crimson Tide on New Year's Eve in this year's CFP semi-final at the Cotton Bowl.
Bedford Police Arrest Suspect In Connection With HomicideBedford police officials announced on Sunday that they have arrested a suspect involved in a December 4 homicide.
Mesquite Police Identify Officer Killed In Shooting, Vigil To Be Held SundayThe officer killed in a shooting yesterday has been identified as 21-year veteran Richard Lee Houston II. A vigil will be held Sunday.
1 Killed, 3 Injured In Arlington Car AccidentOne man was killed and three others were injured on Saturday morning after a truck struck a car from behind near Arlington.
Pelicans Take Revenge On Mavs And Win 107-91 After Blowout Loss, Luka Out With Ankle ProblemsNew Orleans beat Dallas 107-91 two nights after the Pelicans lost by 32 to the Mavericks at home.
Fort Worth ISD Job Fair Nets 56 TeachersFort Worth ISD's job fair held earlier today was a resounding success, netting the school district 56 teachers.
Thousands Turn Out For Return Of Annual Dallas Holiday ParadeOn Saturday morning, thousands of people packed downtown Dallas to watch the annual holiday parade. 

CBS World News

Biden and Putin to speak amid growing tension between Russia and UkraineIntelligence reports indicate that Russia may be planning military action against Ukraine. President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin are scheduled to have a teleconference on Tuesday as the crisis escalates. Christina Ruffini has more.
Josephine Baker, legendEntertainer Josephine Baker grew up poor in the slums of St. Louis, before garnering fame in Paris as a nightclub artist, movie star and businesswoman, far from the strictures of legal segregation in America. But Baker's roles also included a spy against the Nazis, and a pilot for the French Air Force during World War II. Her wartime exploits and social activism have led her to become the first Black woman inducted into France's Panthéon of national heroes. Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer talks with one of Baker's adopted children – the racially diverse "Rainbow Tribe" – about the incomparable Baker's life and legacy.
One woman's allegations against Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine MaxwellAt age 22, Sarah Ransome says she became a victim of sexual abuse, and was threatened with violence, by Jeffrey Epstein. In her book, "Silenced No More: Surviving My Journey to Hell and Back," Ransome describes the traumatic childhood experiences that primed her to become a victim of abuse in adulthood by Epstein, facilitated by his associate, Ghislaine Maxwell. Correspondent Holly Williams reports.
Biden and Putin to speak this weekThe meeting comes as U.S. intelligence is warning of a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine as soon as January.
The legacy of Josephine BakerEscaping segregation in 1920s America, she garnered fame in Paris as a nightclub artist, movie star and social activist, and was also a spy against the Nazis – roles that led her to become the first Black woman inducted into France's Panthéon of national heroes.
"Silenced No More": One woman's allegations of abuse by Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine MaxwellIn her book, Sarah Ransome describes trauma and rape during childhood that, she says, primed her to become a victim of sexual abuse and threats of violence by Epstein. She talks with "CBS Sunday Morning" about how she "survived hell."