Texas Treasures: The African American Museum Of DallasAs the nation celebrates the achievements of African Americans, CBS 11 went to a place where hundreds of years of Black History -- American History -- is gathered and displayed under one roof.
Texas: Alamo Dig Uncovers Musket Balls Believed From 1800sAn archaeological dig at the Alamo to help preserve the historic Texas mission has unearthed musket balls that experts say could date to the 1800s.
Nobel Laureate And Former Texas Southern Instructor Toni Morrison Has DiedShe was considered the reigning giant of modern literature whose works -- including "Beloved" and ''Sula" -- transformed American letters by dramatizing the pursuit of freedom within the boundaries of race.
Letters In Dallas Man's Secret Dresser Drawer Tell Horrific Story About German Family During WWIIThis is the (until now) untold story through letters found in a Dallas man's dresser, of a family that lived through World War II only to all die a week before the war ended.
'Robert E. Lee & The Confederate Soldier' Sculpture Removed From Dallas Park Sells For $1.4MAfter a heated bidding war, a Robert E. Lee statue removed per city council vote from a Dallas park in 2017 now has a new owner. 
For Sale: Dallas Leaders Declare Confederate Statue Surplus PropertyDallas leaders have declared a Confederate statue surplus property and offered to sell it for a minimum $450,000 — what it cost to move the bronze artwork from public view.
Community Proud Of Allen Alum Kyler Murray's Historic No. 1 NFL Draft StatusThe Allen Eagles High School community is proud today to see Kyler Murray add Overall Number One NFL Draft Pick to his impressive resume.
John Leguizamo To Tour With His 'Latin History For Morons'John Leguizamo is taking his irreverent one-man comedy show about Latin history on the road.
Workers Start Removing Base Where Robert E. Lee Statue Once StoodWorkers are removing the granite base -- or plinth -- where the statue of Robert E Lee was previously installed at Oak Lawn Park. 
Groups Using Super Bowl In Push Against Confederate StatuesA coalition of civil rights groups in Atlanta is using this year's Super Bowl to help kick off a renewed "war on the Confederacy," in a fight to remove Confederate monuments around the nation.
Texas Board Rejects Confederate Group's Latest License PlateThe plate was backed by Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, who said "there's no profit in hiding our history."