Check out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Thursday morning.
Creator Of One Of Plano's Best Christmas Lights Shows Comes Out Of RetirementErin Jones reports.
Coronavirus Hospitalizations In Texas Exceed State Threshold 4 Days In A RowHealth leaders like Dallas County Medical Society President Dr. Mark Casanova are closely watching the number of people being treated for Covid-19 in North Texas hospitals.
Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, Nov. 30.
2 North Texas Women Helping Thousands Navigate Cancer JourneyLast year, the Careity Foundation supported 7,600 people in Tarrant, Johnson and Parker counties as they battled cancer.
Cyber Monday Could Surpass $11BIt's expected to be a record-shattering day for online shopping. Sales on this Cyber Monday could surpass $11 billion, according to an industry group.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Back At Work After Receiving New COVID TreatmentFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and her husband tested positive for COVID-19 weeks ago.
North Texas Wounded Veteran Gets Free VehicleCourtesy Nissan gave a vehicle to a Vietnam veteran from North Texas.
Cancer-Surviving North Texas Santa Moves Kids Meet Up Operation To Zoom During Pandemic"It isn’t sitting on Santa Claus‘ lap.. it’s the best I can do," said Clair Ossain.
Garland ISD Stepping Up Support For ClassroomNicole Jacobs reports.
Cold Monday EveningTuesday morning will be another freezing one in some parts of North Texas.
Viral Video Puts Owner Of Dallas Restaurant 'True Kitchen' At Center Of Twerking ControversyVideo of a confrontation between a Texas restaurant owner and some female customers has gone viral. Katie Johnston reports.
Power And Cable Out In Part Of Mansfield After Juveniles In Stolen SUV Crash Into Power PoleSome Mansfield residents lost power and their cable for several hours on Monday, Nov. 30 after a stolen SUV struck a utility pole. Katie Johnston reports.
El Paso Mayor Says Recent COVID-19 Spike Due To 'Fatigue,' Many Cases Coming From Shopping At Large RetailersThe mayor of a Texas city hit hard by a recent spike in coronavirus cases says the blame can be pointed at "COVID fatigue" and that many cases are coming from shopping at large retailers. Katie Johnston reports.
DFW Wreaths Still In Need Ahead Of 'Giving Tuesday'DFW Wreaths is currently short 26,000 wreaths to lay on veteran's headstones this year. You may sponsor one for $15.
Welcome To DecemberAbundant sunshine. High 52F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
North Texas ISDs Dealing With Substitute Teacher ShortageNorth Texas ISDs Dealing With Substitute Teacher Shortage
Search Continues For Fort Worth Gunman Who Shot Man Dead At Stop SignSearch Continues For Fort Worth Gunman Who Shot Man Dead At Stop Sign
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastKeep the winter coats handy this week. Expect some freezing mornings through the week.
Southlake Police Officer Dies After 'Sudden Medical Event'A Southlake police officer who had been with the department for about 21 years has died after a "sudden medical event," the city said.
Small North Texas Businesses Hoping To See Boost With Cyber MondaySmall, local businesses are hoping to see a boost as a critical shopping weekend comes to end with Cyber Monday.
USA Today's Jori Epstein Talks Cowboys Season With CBS 11 SportsUSA Today Cowboys and NFL reporter Jori Epstein talks with CBS 11 Sports' Keith Russell about the team's season so far.
Living Room Sports: 'Voice Of The Dallas Cowboys' Brad ShamRadio announcer Brad Sham, known as the "voice of the Dallas Cowboys," joins Living Room Sports this week to talk about his career so far and some memorable moments.
CBS 11 News Now: Sunday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Sunday evening.