Back To Business As Usual For Some In North Dallas Where Tornado Ripped Through 2 Years AgoThis week marks the second anniversary of the devastating EF-3 tornado that damaged hundreds of Dallas-area homes and businesses. But, though two years have passed, the destruction is still felt by business owners.
Tornado Outbreak - 1 Year Later - CBS 11 Special CoverageWe dedicated our entire 6PM Newscast to take a look back at just how far North Texas has come since the tornado outbreak of October 20, 2019.
US Mass Killings Hit New High In 2019, More Than 210 People KilledThe killings included the massacre at an El Paso Walmart, where a 21 year old opened fire targeting Hispanic people near the Texas-Mexico border, and the mass shooting in Odessa where a man killed seven people at random after fleeing a traffic stop.
Uber Confirms 5,981 Reported Sexual Assaults On US Rides In 2 YearsUber confirmed 5,981 reported sexual assaults involving its passengers and drivers in 2017 and 2018, according to a new safety report released by the company.
Garland Police Seek Help Identifying Conoco Robber With Black, Silver GunGarland police are investigating a robbery that happened on July 8, at a Conoco located in the 3300 block of South Garland Avenue.
Nexstar Media Selling 19 TV Stations For $1.32 BillionNexstar is selling 19 television stations for $1.32 billion as part of its buyout deal with Tribune Media.
Vote: The Big Game’s Greatest CommercialsWhat is your favorite commercial that will be running during the big game?
Mediterranean Diet Named Best Overall For 2019The diet features simple, plant-based cooking, with the majority of each meal focused on fruits and vegetables, whole grains, beans and seeds, with a few nuts and a heavy emphasis on extra virgin olive oil.
A Healthier America In 2019?Overall results from the survey point to a nationwide desire to focus on health and wellness.
Almost 60,000 Haitians Allowed To Stay In US Only Until 2019The Trump administration says it has ended a temporary residency permit program that has allowed almost 60,000 citizens from Haiti to live and work in the United States since a powerful earthquake shook the Caribbean nation in 2010.