A family reflects on their experience being in the heart of a North Texas tornado with two newborn babies.
Patients In COVID-19 Vaccine Study Receive First Doses In North TexasThe first round of patients participating in Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine study got their doses on Wednesday in North Texas.
Southwest Airlines Removes Boy With Autism And Family From Flight Over Face MaskSouthwest Airlines removed a passenger and her 3-year-old son from a Texas flight Monday after the boy, who has autism, refused to wear a face mask and became upset.
Fuel Truck Driver Dies After Fiery Crash On Highway 75 In RichardsonA fuel truck driver has died after a fiery crash on Highway 75 in Richardson Wednesday morning, police said.
Mansfield ISD Continues Computer Deliveries To StudentsSchool started fully online today.
Texas Parents' Interest In Homeschooling 'Explodes' During COVID-19 PandemicParents across the country are preparing to help their children with virtual or distance learning, but a small and quickly growing number are deciding to take matters into their own hands and begin homeschooling. Katie Johnston reports.
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Says He Will Show 'Grace' When It Comes To Decision On Kneeling During AnthemDuring a press conference ahead of training camp, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked about his stance on kneeling during the National Anthem this season amid a time of protests against social and racial injustices.
Irving Resident Joins Millionaires Club After Winning On Lottery Scratch TicketOfficials with the Texas Lottery Commission confirm a person in Irving claimed a prize of $1 million after winning on a scratch ticket. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
Safety Measures As Prosper ISD Students Begin ClassesSafety Measures As Prosper ISD Students Begin Classes
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Super Hot Wednesday And BeyondTemps are back in the triple digits.
State Rep. Tony Tinderholt, Who Criticized Texas Mask Mandate, 1 Month Into Coronavirus Recovery“I’m still doing breathing treatments,” he said. “Lots of cough drops. I get short of breath a little bit, but I feel a lot better.”
Fort Worth ISD Parents Get Answers At Virtual Town HallBrooke Katz explains how Fort Worth ISD is helping families get ready for their student's online learning.
More Problems, New Plan For Device Delivery In Mansfield ISDMansfield ISD announced an updated plan to deliver devices to students at a school board meeting Tuesday night.
DFW Area Political Party Leaders React To Joe Biden Choosing Kamala Harris As Running Mate"This would be our first female vice president. This is history making, so I'm pretty excited," said Tarrant County Democratic Party Chair Deborah Peoples.
College Commitments: Pandemic Speeds Up Decision Process For Cedar Hill High School Football TrioAll three Cedar Hill players made their commitments without an in-person visit.
Covid And The Classroom: Tuesday 6pm Segment 3Karen Borta takes a look at what needs to be sanitized when kids return home.
Covid And The Classroom: Tuesday 6pm Segment 2Here's a look at how school resource officers are ready to come back and help be a mentor and role model to kids.
Covid And The Classroom: Tuesday 6pm Segment 1We're taking a comprehensive look at all angles to getting ready for back to school during the pandemic.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news on Tuesday, August 11.
Dinner And A COVID-19 Test?A North Texas restaurant is offering it. CBS 11 photojournalist Mike Kinney shows us.
Car Line Stretches More Than A Mile At Fair Park Food GiveawayCBS 11's Robbie Owens reports.
When Can Texans Expect Extra $400 In Unemployment BenefitsI-Team reporter Brian New explains it's not an easy answer.
Colleyville's Dr. Steve Weinberg Says Big 12 Should Delay Football SeasonDr. Steve Weinberg of Colleyville was the former director of the Peace Corps during the SARS epidemic and has an opinion on what the Big 12 should do.