From The Border Wall To Severe Weather: The Stories That Topped CBSDFW.com's Most Read In 2018A wide range of topics both local and national topped the viewing charts on CBSDFW.com throughout 2018. Here's a look back at the stories that caught the eyes of readers all over the world.
Texas Senator Cornyn Confirms He's Running For Reelection In 2020, Calls Midterm 'Wake-Up Call'Sen. John Cornyn said there are lessons for him as he runs to keep his seat after Senator Ted Cruz narrowly beat Democrat Beto O'Rourke.
Migrants In Caravan Shrug Over U.S. Vote, Eye Change At HomeMigrants in a caravan were more concerned with the dangers in Mexico as they struggled to reach the border, than with the U.S. elections.
Republican Appointed Dallas County DA Faith Johnson LosesUnofficial election results show voters Tuesday chose Democrat John Creuzot to be Dallas County's next top prosecutor.
Collin County Voters Approve $750M In Bonds For Road ProjectsCollin County voters approved a $750 million dollar bond project, with the majority of the money earmarked for road projects to keep up with expected growth.
O'Rourke Drops F-Bomb On Live TV During Concession To CruzRep. Beto O'Rourke didn't go quietly to defeat, which isn't surprising for someone many consider the first punk rock political candidate.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz Holds On To Seat Against Democrat Beto O'RourkeCruz turned back O'Rourke with the help of Trump, his bitter rival in 2016. Trump took the unexpected step of traveling to reliably Republican Texas during crunch time, staging a Houston rally to energize his base for Cruz just two weeks before Election Day
Texas Governor Abbott Wins Re-Election Against Former Dallas County Sheriff ValdezTexas Republican Governor Greg Abbott, the 48th Governor of the state, has been re-elected for a second term on Tuesday night.
Texas Poll Worker Cited For Misdemeanor AssaultA Harris County deputy has cited a poll worker for misdemeanor assault after she allegedly bumped a voter during an argument and made a racist comment.
Many North Texans Getting Inundated With Messages Reminding Them To Vote If you've been getting fliers, texts or emails telling you to vote because your family, friends and neighbors will be able to tell if you don't, you're not alone.
Cruz, O'Rourke Spur High Texas Turnout In Close Senate RaceTexas' hotly contested U.S. Senate race accelerated Monday toward potentially the closest finish in decades.
Texas Early Votes Exceed Total Cast In 2014 Midterm ElectionNearly 4.9 million people voted in Texas' 30 largest counties during the early-voting period, surpassing the total number of votes cast throughout the state in the last midterm election.