Police have arrested a 34-year-old man in the death of Muhlaysia Booker, the transgender woman killed in Dallas last month.
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastNorth Texas has slight rain chances for the first week of the fall season.
Carly Beatty, Frisco Centennial High Graduate Struck By Suspected Drunk Driver In College Station, Has DiedCarly Beatty, the Texas A&M student who was struck by a suspected drunk driver earlier this month, died Sunday morning.
Police Investigating After Woman Reported Sexual Assault In Arlington ParkThe Arlington Police Department is investigating after a woman reported a sexual assault in a park Saturday.
Dallas Police Ask For Help Identifying Suspect Wanted For Hate Crime Against Transgender FemaleThe Dallas Police Department is asking for the public's assistance identifying the suspect responsible for shooting and injuring a transgender female Friday night.
2 Dead, 6 Injured After I-35W Crash In BurlesonTwo people have died as result of a major crash on I-35W in Burleson Sunday evening.
1 In Hospital After Shooting At Duncanville Fieldhouse, Suspect In CustodyOne person is hospitalized after a shooting occurred at the Duncanville Fieldhouse Sunday afternoon.
Botham Jean's Family Spends Time In Prayer Ahead Of Dallas TrialThe family of Botham Jean — the unarmed man who was shot in his apartment by a Dallas police officer last year — says the shooting was not an accident or a mistake. They call it a crime.
2 Dallas Gatherings Planned Monday Morning, Ahead Of The Amber Guyger TrialAt least two peaceful gatherings are planned for tomorrow morning ahead of the Amber Guyger trial in Dallas — both are expected to take place outside the Frank Crowley Courts building.
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastSummer weather will continue into the fall season next week with temperatures peaking at 95 degrees.
3-Year-Old Boy Dies After Parents Forgot Him In The Car, Police SayA 3-year-old boy from San Antonio has died after his family forgot he was in the car Saturday afternoon, police said.
Fifth Death Linked To Storm That Walloped HoustonHundreds of homes and other buildings in the region, extending eastward from Houston and across the Louisiana border, were damaged by Imelda, as the one-time tropical storm slowly churned across the region, dumping more than 40 inches of rain in some spots and being blamed for at least five deaths.
Body Recovered From Lake Ray Hubbard After Couple's Kayak CapsizedHours after a man never resurfaced from his capsized kayak in Lake Ray Hubbard Saturday, the Dallas Police Dive Team recovered a body.
Police Investigating After Newborn Baby Boy Found Near Dumpster In ArlingtonPolice are investigating after they found a newborn baby boy near a dumpster in Arlington Saturday morning.
Jeff Ray's Weather UpdateWe missed the Imelda rain but more chances show up as we start Fall
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastNorth Texas can expect some slight chances of rain this upcoming work week.
Investigators Looking Into Richardson House Fire That Killed 82-Year-OldThe Richardson Fire Department is investigating after an 82-year-old died in a house fire early Saturday morning.
2 Dead After Dallas Shooting, Suspect In CustodyPolice have arrested the suspect they say is responsible for shooting and killing two victims in Dallas Friday night.
CBS 11 News Now: Saturday EveningCBS 11 News Now: Saturday Evening
North Texas Marine Brother Surprises Sister In WylieLance Corporal Mason Rose just got home from deployment and surprised his sister, Sierra at Wylie High School.
Hot And Humid WeekendThere is a small chance of rain.
POWs/MIAs Honored In FriscoAll across the country Friday, prisoners of war and those missing in action were honored and remembered.
Testimony In Amber Guyger's Murder Trial Begins MondayOver the last year, attorneys have filed hundreds of records in this case. CBS 11 spent the last three days reviewing them to get some insight into what the jury may see and who they may hear from.
Public Coming Through To Help Pets After Power Outage At Fort Worth Animal ShelterAdoption fees have been waived and people came to foster dogs over the weekend.
Hundreds Gather For Global Climate Strike In Downtown DallasMarchers organized in the shadow of downtown to demand local and national leaders make changes now that do more to protect the environment.
Friday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Friday, September 20.
Confederate Statue Removed From Dallas Park Finds New Home On Golf CourseAfter being bought at auction in June by Addison attorney Ronald Holmes, the Robert E. Lee statue was mounted on the putting green Thursday at Black Jack's Crossing Golf Course.
Beto O'Rourke Presidential Campaign Reports 'Surge In Donations'In Plano Sunday, Beto O'Rourke repeated what he said at the Houston debate, he wants to ban the sale of assault-style rifles and force existing owners to sell them to the government.
Typhoid Fever Cases Confirmed Regarding Worker At McKinney Restaurant; Possible Exposure At Frisco's Talley ElementaryHealth officials are giving a warning to parents after a possible exposure of typhoid fever at Talley Elementary School in Frisco this week.
Richardson ISD Student Allegedly Uses Taser On Lake Highlands High School Staff MemberA Richardson ISD student faces felony charges and expulsion from school after witnesses said he used a Taser on a staff member.