Funeral Services For Atatiana Jefferson Get Canceled Day OfThe funeral services for shooting victim Atatiana Jefferson — scheduled for Oct. 19, 2019 at The Potter’s House of Dallas — have been canceled.
Atatiana Jefferson's Father Orders His Daughter's Funeral, Burial To StopA family disagreement came to a head today when a judge granted Jefferson's father a temporary restraining order to stop her wake Friday night and funeral Saturday. However, Saturday's service will go on at 2 p.m. as scheduled, but without Jefferson's body.
Former Manager Of Stan Lee Charged With Elder AbuseA man who claimed to be a manager and caretaker for Stan Lee was charged with abusing the late Marvel Comics legend, officials said.
Judge: 9-Year-Old Texas Girl Can Be Removed From Life SupportHeartbreaking news for a North Texas family fighting to save their 9-year-old daughter’s life.
Voters Likely To Get Decide On Term Limits In ArlingtonBecause of a restraining order against the city, supporters of term limits say Arlington residents will be able to vote on limiting service to six years for an elected official.
City Of Dallas Wins Restraining Order Against LandlordA victory Tuesday for the City of Dallas as leaders try to stop a landlord from evicting approximately 300 families in the next few days.
I-Team: Gun Surrender Law Not Being Enforced In North TexasIt is supposed to protect domestic violence victims, but a federal law taking guns away from violent offenders isn't being enforced in North Texas.
North Texas City Manager Addresses Harassment ClaimsA huge danger -- that’s what the McKinney City Manager called one of the city’s most popular nightspots. In a CBS 11 News exclusive, the city manager explained why Hank's Texas Grill is the target for possible shut down.
Restaurant Owner Alleges More Harassment By City Of McKinneyLast week CBS 11 News reported on a story about claims of harassment by a restaurant owner and a temporary restraining order against the City of McKinney. Now the restaurant says they have more evidence to prove their case.