Dallas firefighters spent the early morning hours battling a building fire behind a church in Pleasant Grove. First responders had to call for backup at least once, bringing more fire engines to the scene in the 6900 block of Lake June Road.
VIDEO: Arlington Police Respond To Calls About ‘Unknown Creature’: ‘I Did Not Mean To Cause A Disturbance’Arlington Police officers got an unusual call from 911 dispatch this week, days before Halloween (credit: Arlington PD)
Halloween Comes Early For Young Dallas Cancer SurvivorThere was a Halloween parade right outside his home.
Very Cold Start To Sunny FridayThe high will be in the mid-60s.
CBS 11 Texas Weather Experts Take Comprehensive Look At Efforts To Help Allergy-SufferersA team is working every day to try to help North Texans suffering from allergies.
Pandemic Leads North Texas Nonprofits To Change Approach To Helping Needy This Holiday SeasonCOVID-19 has increased demand for services for SafeHaven and many other North Texas nonprofits, but has made typical fundraising efforts more difficult.
Health Officials Say 'Long Road Ahead' Regarding PandemicIt could be at least another year before things return to "normal."
Texas County Goes Back Into 'Shutdown' Due To Coronavirus Case SurgeAmong the non-essential services ordered to be closed, effective at midnight Thursday, are tattoo, hair and nail salons, as well as gyms and in-person dining.
A Look At Early Voting On Second-To-Last DayFriday is the final day of early voting in Texas.
Freeze Warning For Parts Of North Texas Friday MorningTemperatures across North Texas are expected in the 30s and low 40s, but a few counties could see temperatures hover a little closer to that freezing mark.
One-On-One Interview With Texas Sen. John CornynJack Fink interviewed Sen. Cornyn while he was campaigning in Plano on Thursday, Oct. 29.
Dallas Actress, Playwright Regina Taylor Brings Original Word To SMU Meadows"I started getting inspiration to write this piece called 'the black album'-- what it is to be black in 2020'," says Dallas theatre veteran, Regina Taylor, writing and directing the original work partnering with the SMU Meadows School of the Arts.
Sen. John Cornyn Brings Campaign Bus Tour To PlanoJack Fink spoke with Sen. Cornyn about the final days of the campaign.
Number Of Problem Ballots In Tarrant County Fewer Than Originally ThoughtOver the last two days, ballot scanning machines have not been able to read about one in five ballots, according to elections administrator Heider Garcia.
Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, Oct. 29.
Southlake Police, Fire Host Halloween Treats CaravanNicole Nielsen shows us how it worked.
Dallas ISD's Career Institutes In High Demand, 'It's Good To Have Skills In Place'About a year into launching their first career institute, Dallas ISD is already seeing a big demand for what they offer.
Early Voting Ends FridayThe final day of early voting could be busy across North Texas.
Now Hiring: Amazon Has 7,000 Openings In DFW Area“We have a wide variety of jobs for people of every experience level, and every level of education,” said Vice President of Workforce Development, Ardine Williams.
Thursday Weather UpdateSome clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. Low around 40F. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Ones For Wellness: Metastatic Breast CancerMetastatic breast cancer (also called stage IV) is breast cancer that has spread to another part of the body, most commonly the liver, brain, bones, or lungs.
Dallas Police Excessive Force Investigations Stalled Until DA's Office Receives Protester Videos Of IncidentsStill images from the protests the DA's Office is now sharing publicly, show some of the people John Creuzot wants to come forward with their photos and videos.
April the Giraffe's Youngest Calf Azizi Dies At Texas ZooAzizi, the youngest baby of April the giraffe has died unexpectedly in Texas. Katie Johnston reports.
Brandon Gonzales Suing Texas Rangers, Sheriff After Wrongful Capital Murder Arrest For Greenville Mass ShootingIt was last year when the man falsely accused of shooting and killing two people at a homecoming party near Texas A&M University at Commerce threatened to sue, and on Tuesday that's exactly what Brandon Gonzales did. Katie Johnston reports.