Investigators Back At Scene Of Dallas Federal Building Shooting
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Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news on Wednesday, October 16.
Developer, Philanthropist Happy Baggett Using Final Days To Help Disadvantaged ChildrenA local developer and philanthropist is dying of cancer, but he's on a mission in his final days.
North Texas Students Visit Fort Worth Manufacturing CompanyPhotojournalist Mike Kinney takes us on the field trip.
President Trump Supporters Camping Outside AAC In Anticipation Of Thursday RallyPresident Trump will speak at a Keep America Great rally in downtown Dallas.
Plea For Justice Department To Intervene In Fort Worth Police DepartmentLocal pastors signed their names to a letter to the U.S. Attorney General's Office.
Sweet Kitty Returned Home Years LaterIt was a reunion the owners didn’t think would ever happen- but it did, thanks to a simple microchip.
Toddler In Critical Condition After Being Shot In West Oak Cliff HomePolice have not said who owns the gun or who may have fired it or why.
Goodbye Gilma, We Will Miss You!After five years with CBS 11 News, Anchor Gilma Avalos is leaving the station and headed to New York City. We will miss her greatly.
Community Leaders In Fort Worth Ask Justice Department For Reform PlanPastor Kyev Tatum was among those gathered Wednesday to announce they're asking the U.S. Department of Justice for a court-monitored plan known as a consent decree.
Weather On Wheels: Sunset Valley ElementaryThird graders in Keller ISD learned all about lighting, water molecules and safety during a tornado.
Wednesday Weather UpdatePartly cloudy skies early will give way to cloudy skies late. Low 51F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph.
Body Found Face Down In Trinity River Behind Chrystal’s Sex ShopPolice are investigating after a man was found in the Trinity River behind Chrystal’s sex shop in west Fort Worth. Katie Johnston reports.
Large Vehicle Suspension Spring Smashes Through Car’s Windshield, Killing DriverQuestions remain after a large commercial vehicle suspension spring struck the hood of a car before going through the windshield, striking the driver and killing him. Katie Johnston reports.
Wild Wednesday: Fort Worth Zoo Brings Owls Ahead Of Boo At The ZooThe Fort Worth Zoo brought two of its owls for Wild Wednesday and talked about Boo At The Zoo later this month.
Burglary Suspects Arrested At Fort Worth Grocery Store, 1 Fell From CeilingA suspect fell through a ceiling and another ran right into the hands of an officer during a burglary attempt at a grocery store in Fort Worth early Wednesday morning, police say. Katie Johnston reports.
Unrest Continues In Fort Worth After Police Shooting Death Of Atatiana JeffersonOutrage continues in Fort Worth after resident Atatiana Jefferson was shot and killed by an officer in her home.
24-Hour Temperature ChangeMostly cloudy skies this morning will become partly cloudy this afternoon. High 71F. Winds NNE at 10 to 15 mph
Denton Teenager Charged With Murder After Marijuana Deal Turns DeadlyA 17-year-old is behind bars, charged with murder in connection to the stabbing death of 20-year-old Isaiah Rahimi, according to Denton police.
Texans Beto O'Rourke, Julian Castro Have Tough Road To Stay In Presidential RaceBeto O'Rourke and Julian Castro will have their work cut out for them with Thursday night's debate and after in order to stay in the presidential race.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
1 Dead After Car Crashes Head-On Into 18-Wheeler In Fort WorthA driver going the wrong way has died and a truck driver has been injured after a head-on crash in Fort Worth, police say.
Jeff Ray's AM Weather UpdateA cold front has brought cooler temperatures Wednesday morning. High's are expected in the low 70s.
Front Cools Things Off Wednesday MorningIt finally feels like fall again.
DISD Abandons Plan To Partner With Nonprofits For School ProgramsOn Tuesday, the district announced it will not pursue any partnerships made possible under law recently passed by the Texas Legislature.