Mark Yancey Challenging Fellow Republican John Cornyn for U.S. SenateMark Yancey talks with CBS 11 Political reporter Jack Fink about his upcoming run against John Cornyn for U.S. Senate.
North Texan Returns After Successful Climb To Top Of Mount EverestCrystal Lovell just returned from climbing to the top of Mount Everest. "You feel like you're unstoppable, you feel you can do anything."
School District Leaders Head To Texas Capitol For Education Funding Vote in HouseSchool district leaders from North Texas are headed to the Texas Capitol Wednesday as House members vote on one of the most anticipated pieces of legislation this year: school finance.
Governor Abbott Expresses Support For Expanding Border Fencing, Concern About Caravan Near TexasGov. Abbott addressed a variety of topics important to Texans during a wide-ranging interview Wednesday afternoon at the Governor's Mansion.
Trump On Migrant Caravan: Democrats 'Overplayed Their Hand'Standing before thousands of loyal supporters at his rally for U.S. Senator Ted Cruz in Houston, the President sharply criticized the large group of migrants heading from Central America to the U.S.
Fort Worth Considers Expanding Smoking OrdinanceLighting up in bars and bingo halls in Fort Worth may no longer be allowed.
Street Projects In 2017 Dallas Bond Program To Be Completed by 2022"It is November 7, 2022 or earlier. That was my commitment to the city council. That was my commitment to the city manager and that's my commitment to Dallas voters."
Governor Abbott Submits $60 Billion Request To Rebuild After HarveyThe Governor says on November 15th, the Trump administration will submit to Congress, a supplemental budget, which will include money for Texas.
North Korean Torture Victim: Blood Not Circulated; Your Hands Turn Black; You Feel NumbMoon Choe escaped North Korea 18 years ago when dictator Kim Jung Un's father ran the country with an Iron Fist.
Bathroom Privacy Legislation In Texas Debated During Facebook LiveIt didn't take long to see just how emotional the issue is involving privacy in school and public bathrooms and locker rooms.
Letter Carrier Fired And Facing Charges After Dumping MailA Dallas letter carrier is out of a job and faces potential criminal charges after he or she is accused of dumping dozens of letters into a wooded area.