Texas 6-Year-Old Dies From Brain-Eating Amoeba, Family SaysThe family of a 6-year-old boy in Texas continues to be in mourning after the child died from a rare brain-eating amoeba about three weeks ago.
Tap Water Warning Due To Potential Deadly Microbe Contamination Lifted For All But 1 Texas CityThe Texas Commission on Environmental Quality warned the Brazosport Water Authority late Friday of the potential contamination of its water supply by naegleria fowleri.
Water May Not Smell Or Taste Right In Lewisville Next Few WeeksThe potential taste and odor issues the next few weeks are aesthetic only and pose no health hazard, the city said.
Thousands Allowed To Bypass Environmental Rules Amid Coronavirus PandemicFacilities won permission more than 3,000 times to skimp on compliance during the sweeping government clemency.
18 People Rescued From Lake Ray Hubbard After 2 Boats CapsizeEighteen people were rescued from Lake Ray Hubbard Sunday night after two boats capsized from powerful winds whipped up by storms. 
Lewisville Residents May Experience Temporary, Harmless Change In Smell, Taste Of Tap WaterIt's expected to happen within the next two weeks but will only last about 48 hours. The potential taste and odor issues are aesthetic only and pose no health hazard.
Grapevine Lake Now 'Fully Infested' With Invasive Zebra MusselsIf you have stored your boat in the water at a lake with zebra mussels, it is likely infested with zebra mussels.
Car Partially Submerged On Street In Southlake, 4 Inches Of Rain Falls In Parts Of North TexasAfter about a three week hiatus from rain, North Texas saw a soggy pattern in these first few official days of summer.
600 Pounds Of Feces Removed From Cages Along With 124 Animals, 'Worst Cockroach Infestation Ever'Calling it the "worst cockroach infestation" they've ever seen on site, a spokesperson for The Humane Society of North Texas is now in possession of 124 animals seized from a Denton home.
8-Year-Old Pulled From Pond In Kaufman County Has DiedFirefighters in Forney are searching for a child who may have drowned. 
'It's Madness': Tens Of Thousands Have Gone Fishin' Amid COVID-19 Restrictions In the search for something to do during the coronavirus pandemic, CBS 11 News uncovered new numbers showing tens of thousands of Texans, have gone fishin.’