Plaque To Memorialize Runner Murdered By Mentally Ill ManBefore committing suicide, the wife of runner David Stevens who was killed at random by a mentally ill man in October, raised $1400 for a plaque to honor her husband.
Home Of Afghan Refugee Who Helped American Soldiers BurglarizedHe saved countless American lives translating for soldiers in Afghanistan, but a refugee's first days on U.S. soil were anything but the American Dream.
Two People Hospitalized, 3 Pets Dead After Irving House FireAt least two people were sent to the hospital and several pets died after a fire broke out inside an Irving home on Tuesday night.
Families Join Healthcare Workers To Celebrate World Prematurity DayA reunion celebrating life was held at Methodist Richardson Medical Center on Tuesday to coincide with World Prematurity Day.
Police Searching For Missing Teen With Asperger SyndromeThe Rowlett Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating Genevieve Gilray, 15.
Oak Lawn Sees Nine Robbery And Assaults In A MonthDuring September and October, nine robbery and aggravated assault offenses happened in or near the Oak Lawn community of Dallas.
Good Samaritan Recounts Fiery RescueA Good Samaritan who helped a man and boy survive a fiery crash on I-20 recalls the frightening ordeal.
Onlookers Told Gunman To "Kill" Victim At AT&T StadiumWitnesses told CBS11 News that onlookers encouraged a gunman to kill his victim after a shooting at AT&T Stadium Sunday night.
Keller Council Members Deny Atheist Chance To SpeakMoments before a city council meeting, Keller scrapped plans for an atheist to deliver its invocation.
Irving Teen Inspires "Clock Boy" Halloween CostumeIrving teen Ahmed Mohamed, made famous by his arrest for bringing a homemade clock to school, has inspired a new Halloween costume.
Texas Set To Buy 3 Buildings Near Alamo Amid Revamp ProjectThe state has agreed to buy three buildings near the Alamo as part of a revamp of the historic shrine and its surrounding plaza in downtown San Antonio.