Local Woman Warns Others About TripAdvisorRecent published news reports confirmed there have been at least two more sex assaults of tourists at the same resort after Love's 2010 attack.
Denton Uses Old Fashioned Paper Ballots ... Sort OfDenton County voters will now have their individual ballot printed and the votes cast on paper.
Many Say Dallas Neighborhoods Still Defined By Race And IncomeConcentrated poverty and segregation are at crisis levels in Dallas. “That's why we need to educate our political leaders,” that's what Mike Koprowski believes.
The Long Awaited Mockingbird Pedestrian Bridge Finally Opens!A concrete connection bridging bike riders, dog walkers, public transit commuters, exercisers and Dallas shoppers... high above busy Mockingbird Lane.
Thousands Turn Out For "You're Hired Job Fest" In DallasCompanies such as FedEx, UPS, Amazon and DART partnered with Workforce Solutions and put a combined 4,000 local jobs on the table.
Expert: 'Panic Purchases' Producing Gas Shortages, Not Actual ShortageA gas shortage. Is it real, or consumer created out of concern?
Some DISD Schools Asking 'What About Us?'Throughout W.T. White High School, quadrants and closets typically reserved for storage are used for study.
New Approach To Student Discipline In Dallas ISDA year ago, critics of the Dallas school system complained about the suspension of too many students.
Rapper T.I. Makes Surprise Appearance At Dallas High SchoolOn Monday afternoon, rapper T.I. shocked 450 students at Madison High School with a surprise appearance.
DISD May Submit $1.6B Bond Proposal To VotersFor the second time in seven years, the Dallas School District is considering placing a capital improvement plan before voters. The proposed cost: $1.6 Billion.
Bumpy Start For Dallas DART StreetcarIt's been a bumpy start for the connection to work and play if you're going to North Oak Cliff from downtown.
Dallas Residents Return To Oklahoma City To Remember Federal Building BombingCBS 11’s Steve Pickett was born and raised in Oklahoma City and returned to his hometown Sunday, to remember lives lost one devastating day.
Teen Will Not Be Tried As Adult In Drowning Of InfantA judge in Dallas has ruled that a 14-year-old girl won't be tried as an adult in the January drowning death of an infant.
Downtown Dallas Commuters Deal With Delayed Buses, TrainsPlenty of people had to sidestep the weather warnings and find a way to get to stores and shops and hospitals and any other job.
Teen Found Living In Wal-Mart Has A History Of Running AwayA 14-year-old boy set up a home in a 24-hour Wal-Mart store for a couple of days in July.