Thousands of vehicles lined up Sunday for a mobile food pantry in Grand Prairie organized by non-profit Agape Connect.
Return To In-Person Learning May Be Safe, CDC SaysKen Molestina reports on the CDC's new recommendations.
Baylor Scott & White Health To Outsource, Eliminate 1,700 PositionsThe company said it's part of a broader effort to reduce costs and increase access to healthcare.
Much-Anticipated COVID-19 Vaccine Drive-Thru Opens In PlanoSome of the 180,000 people on Collin County’s COVID-19 vaccine waiting list were eager to get some of the few doses available on Wednesday.
Wednesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Wednesday, Jan. 27.
Dallas ISD To Open International Baccalaureate School On Paul Quinn College CampusThe move shows the district planning for an academically strong future while navigating learning loss brought on by the pandemic.
Texas' Population Growth Could Lead To 3 New Congressional DistrictsCBS 11 political reporter Jack Fink reports.
North Texas Company Hits Roadblock Selling American-Made N95 MasksTwo North Texas men have devoted nearly the last year of their lives creating locally manufactured N95 masks.
Dallas Expecting Thousands At Convention Center Vaccination Site Over Next 3 DaysThe city outlined its three-day operation of vaccinating about 200 people an hour inside a parking garage at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
Firefighters Battle Apartment Fire In Northwest DallasThe call came in around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 9200 block of Church Road near Skillman Street.
Teens Who Allegedly Assaulted, Robbed Arlington Officer Arrested In DallasAn off-duty police officer, who was in uniform, was attacked, pistol-whipped and robbed outside a convenience store in Arlington.
Gardening 101: Caring For Your Crepe MyrtleCrepe myrtles have many landscape uses. Planted together, they make a large deciduous hedge or screen.
Wednesday Weather UpdateA few passing clouds. Low 29F. NNE winds at 10 to 20 mph, decreasing to less than 5 mph.
Nexus Recovery Center Launches New Initiative Amid 50th Anniversary Celebration As they approach their 50th anniversary, one of Dallas’ largest recovery centers for women and teen girls dealing with addiction says their services are needed now more than ever.
Mesquite PD Searching For Man Caught On Video Before Putting On Halloween Mask & Robbing Person At GunpointHe was wearing a frightening Halloween-type mask when he robbed a person at gunpoint outside a house, but Mesquite police say he was caught on tape BEFORE putting the mask on. Now they need your help finding him. Katie Johnston reports.
Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateDry but chilly conditions in North Texas as we're halfway through the week.
Arlington PD Officer Recovering After Being Robbed, Beaten At Convenience StoreArlington PD Officer Recovering After Being Robbed, Beaten At Convenience Store
Police Officer Pistol-Whipped, Robbed Outside Arlington Convenience StoreAn off-duty police officer, who was not in uniform, was attacked and pistol-whipped during a robbery attempt in Arlington.
7-Eleven Offering All-Night Airbnb Gaming Experience At New 'Evolution' Store In TexasIt's a gamers dream -- Irving-based 7-Eleven is teaming up with Airbnb to offer a sleepover Game-All-Night Experience. A few lucky North Texans will get a private stay at a new luxury evolution store before it debuts to the public. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Researching COVID-19 Variants & Vaccine EfficiencyResearching COVID-19 Variants & Vaccine Efficiency
Sunny And Cool WednesdayWe start off with a quite chilly 39 degrees first thing.
Cancer Survivor Karon Cogdill, Who Has Led Dallas' Booker T. Washington High Theater Conservatory 4 Decades, Is RetiringCogdill has been director of the Theater Conservatory for Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts since the creation of the magnet school concept for the campus.
Researching The COVID-19 VariantsBrooke Katz reports.