Jennifer Lindgren

Jennifer Lindgren

Jennifer anchors the weekend morning edition of CBS 11 News, and reports for the morning show on weekdays. She joined CBS 11 News in September 2013. For her, the move is a return home. Jennifer spent eight years of her childhood in Dallas before her family relocated to Georgia. She returned to Texas for college, graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in journalism.

News reporting has taken Jennifer around the country and even overseas. In 2012, she spent a month in London covering the Summer Olympics for various NBC affiliates. In 2009, she traveled to upstate New York for a reunion of Holocaust survivors and the American soldiers who saved their lives 65 years earlier. She produced, wrote and anchored a 30-minute documentary on the experience, and it remains her most memorable assignment.

Jennifer comes to DFW from Cleveland, where she reported for WKYC. Prior to that, Jennifer was a reporter and fill-in anchor for WTLV in Jacksonville and WLTX in Columbia. She began her career in TV news right up U.S. 75, at KXII in Sherman.

While in Cleveland, Jennifer won an Emmy Award for breaking news reporting. She is also the recipient of an Edward R. Murrow Award for writing, as well as awards from the South Carolina Associated Press and the Florida Society of Professional Journalists.

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Downtown Dallas Water Main Break

Water Main Break Shuts Down Roads In Downtown Dallas

Crews have restored water service in parts of downtown Dallas.

08/10/2018

Jerry Rosamond

Dallas Hotel Worker With Down Syndrome Inspires Fellow Employees

For 25 years, Jerry Rosamond has shown up for work at the Hyatt Regency Dallas with a smile. But having Down syndrome does not hold Rosamond back. It propels his co-workers forward.

08/07/2018

Interstate-35E To Be Closed In Dallas For Bridge Demolition

If your weekend plans are going to take you south of downtown Dallas, then you might want to change your schedule. A construction project will completely close Interstate-35E.

07/27/2018

North Texas Child Helps Sick Kids After Battling Cancer Herself

She collected toys for young patients at local hospitals at Christmas. Her foundation, Sadie’s Sleigh, has done this every year for three years.

07/17/2018

Staying Cool & Safe During Dangerous North Texas Heat

Dangerous heat is in the North Texas weather forecast this week. In fact, this will be the hottest week that the DFW area has seen in the last two years.

07/16/2018

Hot Dogs & Hope - Homeless Line

‘Hot Dogs & Hope’ Delivers More Than Meals To Fort Worth’s Homeless

For many who are homeless, each day can be an unknown about where to find the next meal. But in Fort Worth, three times a month, food is served on the streets with a side of love.

07/10/2018

Life Jackets - Lake

Texas Game Wardens Stressing Lake Safety This Summer

If the Fourth of July holiday takes you out on the water, know that Texas game wardens will be there too, watching over the lakes and making sure that people are being safe.

07/02/2018

2 Survivors Of Texas Hospital Explosion Recovering In Dallas

A deadly explosion rocked Coryell Memorial Hospital in Gatesville on Tuesday, located near Waco, and two of the victims are now recovering in North Texas.

06/27/2018

Dalton Robertson

Body Of Missing Boy With Autism Found In Kaufman County

An 11-hour search for a missing 6-year-old boy with autism ended early Monday morning when a dive team pulled his body out of a pond near the family’s home in Kaufman County.

06/24/2018

Jaterin Tyler

Teen Jumped From Moving Car To Escape Alleged Kidnapper

Authorities in Cedar Hill have arrested a man who is accused of kidnapping a teenager at gunpoint on Thursday morning. The teen jumped from a moving car to escape.

06/22/2018

Fort Worth Death Investigation

Police Investigate Shooting Death In Southwest Fort Worth

Police in Fort Worth are investigating a death in the southwestern part of the city. Authorities were called Tuesday after a man spotted a woman’s body in a public grassy area.

06/19/2018

The Ones For Texas: The Woman Behind The Bells

Carol Anne Taylor, perched up in the bell tower of the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe, has played the carillon for the last 13 years.

06/18/2018

2 Arrested For Fight At Frisco Mall That Injured Teen

Two teenagers have been arrested and charged with aggravated assault after a fight broke out at Stonebriar Centre in Frisco Friday evening.

06/17/2018

Deep Ellum Film Processing Business Is Surviving Digital Age

In the age of one-touch, instant photography, Deep Ellum’s Photographique is a survivor and is this week’s “The Ones For Texas.”

06/04/2018

5 People Injured After Shooting At Dallas Football Field

The crowd at a football game in Dallas was sent running Sunday after shots started to ring out.

06/04/2018

Mesquite Interstate-30 Crash

3 Crashes In Different Cities Along Interstate-30, All Around Same Time

A series of crashes along Interstate-30 early Friday kept emergency crews busy and drivers frustrated throughout the night. All of the crashes happened in different parts of the DFW area.

05/18/2018

Former Royal Chef Excited About Royal Wedding

Darren McGrady was at the Windsor Castle for 11 years, working in the Queen’s kitchen, as her personal chef.

05/17/2018

Mayfest

“33 Acres Of Fun” At Mayfest In Fort Worth’s Trinity Park

This should be a great weekend to get outdoors and check out Mayfest at Trinity Park in Fort Worth. There will be plenty of art, live music, rides, food and fun for the whole family.

05/04/2018

Rogelio Santander Visitation

Final Farewell For Dallas Police Officer Killed In Home Depot Shooting

He died serving his community, and North Texas is now honor him. The funeral for Dallas PD officer Rogelio Santander was held at Lake Pointe Church in Rockwall on Tuesday.

05/01/2018

Rogelio Santander

Community Honors Fallen Dallas Police Officer Ahead Of Funeral

The community this week will honor the life of Dallas police officer Rogelio Santander, who was shot and killed while trying to take a man into custody at a Home Depot store last week.

04/30/2018

Ones For Texas: Miracle League Of Parker County

At the Miracle League of Parker County, all ages and all abilities are welcome. The only requirement is an enthusiasm for baseball.

04/23/2018

Fort Worth Community Watching Over Children After Teen Attacked Near Bus Stop

Parents in one Fort Worth neighborhood will be watching closely as children head to school this week. This comes after an attack on a teen who was walking to her bus stop last Thursday.

04/23/2018

Students Protest For Tougher Gun Laws In National School Walkout

Another wave of student protests disrupted classes Friday across North Texas and the country as part of the National School Walkout.

04/20/2018

Community To Hold Vigil For Lancaster IHOP Employee Killed At Work

Friends and family members will gather Tuesday night to remember an IHOP employee who was killed while at work in Lancaster. Mylik Butcher was shot and a female co-worker was wounded.

04/17/2018

Ones For Texas: Kyle Steed

Instagram-worthy art is popping up in more and more public spaces across North Texas.

04/16/2018

The End Of An Era – Dez Bryant Released By The Dallas Cowboys

His days as a Dallas Cowboy are now over. Today team owner Jerry Jones officially released wide receiver Dez Bryant.

04/13/2018

Tips For Helping Students As STAAR Testing Begins Across Texas

Thousands of Texas students will sharpen their pencils on Tuesday on put their skills to the test. It is the first day of STAAR testing for many children in third grade through eighth grade.

04/10/2018

Frisco Residents Set To Hear Update About City’s Water Quality

Frisco residents on Tuesday night will get to hear an update about the city’s water quality. Like other North Texas cities, Frisco leaders have heard from people with concerns.

04/03/2018

Former Southlake Carroll QB To Take Over As Team’s Head Football Coach

The Carroll ISD is set to officially announce the name of Carroll Senior High School’s new head football coach on Monday night, and the man taking over the job is a familiar face within the district.

03/26/2018

Entrepreneur Opens Ice Cream Shop So He Can Hire Special Needs Workers

There are no handouts at Howdy Homemade Ice Cream. This is not a charity. Employees are trained in everything.

03/05/2018

Skyline High School’s Culinary Students Challenge School Lunch Stigma

You might think that school lunches are not the most craveable meals, but a group of students in Skyline High School’s culinary arts program are cooking up lunches that are anything but boring.

02/27/2018

Carroll ISD Board Discusses High School Football Coach’s Future

The future of Carroll High School head football coach Hal Wasson may soon be decided as the Carroll ISD’s board met on Tuesday to discuss a report about UIL violations within the program.

02/20/2018

The Ones For Texas: Bill Martin And Cowboys Who Care

As Texans, we know cowboy hats aren’t just worn by ranch hands and rodeo stars. Put one on, and you may stand a little taller or feel a little bit braver.

02/19/2018

Support Pouring In For Richardson Police & Fallen Officer’s Family

Support continues to pour in for the Richardson Police Department, and the family of fallen officer David Sherrard, the first to die in the line of duty in the department’s history.

02/09/2018

Computer Virus Attacks Several Dallas Systems, Including 911 Center

Tech teams are working Tuesday to fix computer systems for the City of Dallas after detecting a virus that impacted a number of operations, including the 911 dispatch center.

02/06/2018

The Ones For Texas: Michelle Gibson

A talented choreographer is sharing her journey from New Orleans to North Texas this month, through the Dallas Black Dance Theatre.

02/05/2018

DISD Moving Forward With Plan To Close Schools After This Year

The Dallas ISD is moving ahead with plans to close four schools and consolidate another after the school year. Students from the closing schools would be sent to other campuses.

01/26/2018

Students Return To Class After Shooting At Italy High School

Students at Italy High School return to class on Tuesday, just one day after a teenager pulled out a gun and started shooting in the campus cafeteria.

01/23/2018

Weekend Closure Will Create Traffic Mess Along Highway 183 In Irving

After temperatures below the freezing mark, DFW is finally getting warmer weather this weekend. But those who want to get outside and enjoy it will want to avoid Highway 183 in Irving.

01/19/2018

1 Man Dead & 2 Teenagers Injured In Shooting At Garland Home

Authorities are trying to piece together what led to a deadly shooting in Garland on Monday morning. The incident left one man dead and two teenagers injured.

01/15/2018

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