Coronavirus In Texas: 'First Monday' In Canton Closed For First Time In 170 YearsThe City of Canton has closed First Monday through the May market for the first time in 170 years 
Coronavirus In Texas: Tide Offers Free Laundry Service To First RespondersLightening the load for first responders in Dallas, Tide Cleaners locations are offering free laundry service during the coronavirus pandemic. 
Keller's Chamber Of Commerce Offering To Pay Half Your Meal From Local Restaurants In AprilWhen placing an order online, just use the code word, "COMMUNITY" and the restaurant will take $10 off $20 and $5 off $10.
Volunteers Sew For Hospitals, University Donates 5,000 Masks To First Responders: 'Everyone Wants To Help'North Texans are banding together to sew face masks for hospitals running desperately short of personal protective equipment as the coronavirus pandemic intensifies.
Dallas Police Ask Community For Help In Kaleb Simpson's Homicide InvestigationThe Dallas Police Department is asking for help from the community finding who's responsible for the death of Kaleb Simpson, 20.
Stitch In Time: Wise County Hospital Asks Community For Help Sewing Medical MasksWise Health System is asking for the community to help sew 2,500 masks to combat a worldwide shortage of medical masks impacting the hospital.
Fort Worth Police Support Struggling Restaurants During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Fort Worth Police Officers Association will support local businesses by purchasing hundreds of bulk meals daily for police officers throughout the city.
Dallas Mavericks Donate $100K To Nonprofits Impacted By Coronavirus: 'We're All In This Together'“There are so many people who need help right now. We want to do our part to get them the support they need,” said Cynt Marshall, CEO of the Mavericks.
Dallas Leader’s Roundtable Talks City's Past, Present, FutureSix black men and women represent the well-being of 1.4 million City of Dallas residents. CBS 11 news sat down to chat with them about the present and future state of the city, with a nod to the past.
100 Dallas Second Graders Gifted With Bikes From Chicago High School AthletesWhether it’s paying for someone’s coffee or police officers giving drivers cash instead of tickets, the “Pay it Forward” movement has inspired random acts of kindness across the county
'They Are Part Of The Fabric Of North Texas': Local Iranian Community Fears Danger At Home Amid US TensionsAfter recent tensions between the United States and Iran, those in a local Iranian community say they fear they may be in danger here at home.
South Oak Cliff High Reopens To Stunning ReviewsSouth Oak Cliff High School re-opened today following a $52 million dollar renovation and the results are stunning.
Experts: Silence After Fatal Texas Police Shooting Risks Community MistrustLaw enforcement experts say a small Texas police department's extended silence about an officer fatally shooting a 28-year-old man runs contrary to best practices and creates fertile ground for public mistrust.
Social Media Post Of Police Officer Helping Woman In Wheelchair Goes ViralA Midlothian police officer unexpectedly found himself in a viral social media post, simply for doing the kind of good deeds he strives to do every day.
Kindergarten Class Raises $3K To Support 60 Salvation Army AngelsSixty children will have a gifts to unwrap on Christmas day thanks to an All Saints’ Episcopal School kindergarten class that raised $3,000 for their Angel Tree Project.