Dallas Looks To Crack Down On Everyone Involved In Street Racing, Including SpectatorsDallas Police have already made 352 arrests and given out 5,425 citations regarding street racing this year.
Coronavirus In Texas: Fort Worth Bans Easter Egg Hunts For Now, Tickets To Those Who DisregardThe Easter Bunny is feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in Fort Worth, as the City has banned egg hunts for now. 
The Colony Loaning Out Lawn Equipment To Help Residents Maintain Their YardsInstead of just issuing citations to people who don’t maintain their lawns, The Colony created a program to help residents get the job done.
Fort Worth Police Traffic Enforcement On West Loop 820Drivers traveling through Fort Worth are being advised to watch their speed -- by police.
Dallas City Council Reaches Decision On Curfew For TeenagersA youth curfew will go into effect across Dallas Sunday night. 
Dallas Curfew Ordinance For Teens Set To Expire After Nearly 30 YearsAfter being in effect for nearly 30 years, the city of Dallas' juvenile curfew is set to expire Friday to the frustration of many residents and some city council members.
How Tall Is Too Tall? North Dallas Fence Fight BrewingA North Dallas community is feeling unfairly targeted after homeowners began receiving citations from the city claiming their fences were too tall.
Crowley Police Toss Tickets During Gas ShortagePolice made the change after a driver reached out to CBS11 about what he thought was an unfair circumstance leading to the citation.
Man Gets $128 Ticket For Leaving Car Running In DrivewayOne cold morning Nick Taylor drove to pickup his girlfriend. Like many people do, he left his car unlocked and running to warm it up. When he came back there was a piece of paper tucked under the wiper.
City Of Dallas Preparing For Arrests During Warrant Round UpIndividuals with any unpaid traffic and non-traffic citations in the City of Dallas are being advised to take care of them immediately. If not, they could become a part of the 10th Annual Great Texas Warrant Round Up.
Grand Prairie Man Served Jail Time For Too Tall GrassA showdown over high grass and city codes prompted a Grand Prairie man to take himself to jail.