There's a new blade chucking challenge in Cowtown. If your game night is feeling a little stale head to the Fort Worth Axe Factory where they're taking things up a notch and throwing axes at targets. Eat See Play's Taryn Jones sees if she has what it takes to split wood. Spoiler Alert: She's no one toss wonder.
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North Texas Coach Chris Gilbert Named Director Of High School Relations At UT AustinChris Gilbert, who coached at Lancaster High School for 10 years, was named the new director of high school relations at the University of Texas at Austin.
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastTemperatures will slowly warm up through the week before rain chances appear for the weekend.
Living Room Sports: Burleson HS Coach, Former Cowboys QB Jon KitnaBurleson High School football coach and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Jon Kitna joins Living Room Sports to talk about his coaching career and the state of the Cowboys.
Man Killed Inside McKinney Apartment By Gunshot From Another Unit, Police SayAn investigation revealed the victim, Brandon Power, was hit by a bullet that came from a neighboring apartment, according to police.
North Texas Residents Taking Steps Forward Nearly 1 Year Since Pandemic Was DeclaredIt may be vaccines, lifting the mask order or the anniversary altogether, but a North Texas minister says many are feeling a new sense of optimism.
CBS 11 News Now: Sunday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Sunday evening.
Jeff Ray's Weather UpdateThe weekend finished with gorgeous weather in North Texas.
Manhunt Underway For Man Who Allegedly Killed Girlfriend At Garland Apartment ComplexPolice in Garland are searching for a man who allegedly shot and killed his girlfriend with her two children nearby at an apartment complex Saturday evening.
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Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastTemperatures will continue to slowly warm up as the new week begins.
Some North Texas Businesses Opt To Embrace No Masks EarlySome businesses on Saturday said protection from COVID-19 should be up to the customers.
CBS 11 News Now: Saturday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Saturday evening.
Jeff Ray's Weather UpdateThis nice weather continues this weekend with temperatures in the mid-60s.
Police: Man Stabbed To Death While Walking To His Car From His Business In RichardsonRichardson police say Ronni Rihani, 48, of Murphy was found dead Thursday evening on a sidewalk in the 500 block of West Campbell Road.
1 Dead In Crash With Possible Intoxicated Driver Who Also Had Child In Vehicle, Dallas Police SayA driver who was possibly intoxicated and had at least one child in his vehicle caused a crash that left another driver dead in Dallas Saturday morning, police say.
Texas Live! Hosting Hiring Fair Monday To Fill Over 200 PositionsThe positions range from entry-level to management jobs and include servers, kitchen and event staff, and bartenders.
6 Workers Injured In Gas Explosion Near Houston6 Workers Injured In Gas Explosion Near Houston
1 Injured, At Least 24 Units Destroyed After Fire At Fort Worth ApartmentCrews in Fort Worth battled a fire Friday evening that sent one person to the hospital and destroyed at least 24 units at an apartment complex.
Scott Padgett's Weather ForecastLooks to be a nice, dry weekend with temperatures in the mid-60s.
Data Shows 66% Drop In Risk Of Contracting COVID-19 In Dallas CountyA non-profit that maps COVID-19 hotspots says the data shows a massive 66% drop in the risk of contracting the virus in Dallas County in February.