Here's what made news, Friday, Jan. 8.
'Empathy For Others,' Texas Second-Grader Paisley Elliot Nominated For Kid's Version Of Nobel Peace PrizeMeet Paisley Elliot— A fun, light hearted second grader who happens to dedicate her spare time to improving the lives of others.
Major Fire At Addison Apartment ComplexMultiple apartment units are on fire in Addison Monday evening. It's happening near the Dallas N. Tollway and Arapaho.
Restaurants Not Having Easy Time HiringIf you're dining out and noticing open tables and long ticket times, you're not alone. Restaurant insiders say it's an industry-wide problem that stems back to the beginning of the pandemic.
'Nothing Like A Wild Shootout At 3AM': Old East Dallas Residents Upset After Shooting At Short-Term Rental“It was one of the most terrifying few minutes of my life,” one resident who wants to remain anonymous said.
Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, April 12.
Finding Hope On The Side Of The Road In Daily Chalkboard MessagesThis week's The Ones For Texas honoree is in Aledo.
Dallas ISD Encouraging Graduating Seniors To 'Finish Strong'Robbie Owens reports.
AT&T Stadium Now A Federal COVID-19 Vaccination SiteAround 5,000 got the COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday at AT&T Stadium.
Dallas Police Arrest 28, Ticket More Than 200 During Street Racing Crackdown Last WeekThe Dallas Police Department's Speeding and Racing Task Force is nearly two months into its concentrated enforcement, cracking down on erratic drivers.
New Workforce Study Assesses How Pandemic Impacted JobsHow can Dallas focus on jobs of the future?
Monday Night Weather UpdateA cold front is moving through North Texas this afternoon. Ahead of the front the dew point is in the upper 50s to low 60s.
Winner Buys $1 Million Texas Lottery Scratch Ticket In GarlandSomeone walked away with a cool million after winning the top prize in the Texas Lottery scratch ticket game Million Dollar Loteria. Katie Johnston reports.
Puppy Dies After Being Shot In Dallas, Police Open Animal Cruelty Investigation And Search For SuspectThe Dallas Police Department is trying to identify and locate the person/persons who killed a small puppy and now they're asking for help from the public. Katie Johnston reports.
Meet Fort Worth Mayoral Candidate Ann ZedahFort Worth Mayoral Candidate Ann Zedah Discusses Issues Facing The City & Plans For The Future With CBS 11 Political Expert Jack Fink
Monday Weather UpdateA mix of clouds and sun with a slight chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. A few storms may be severe. High around 85F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 30%.
‘Finish Strong' Lincoln High School Encouraging Graduating Class Of 2021Teachers and students want to see all 144 class members graduate this year.
CBS 11 News Now: Monday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Monday morning.
DISD 'Finish Strong '21 Campaign' Focused On Graduating SeniorsDISD 'Finish Strong '21 Campaign' Focused On Graduating Seniors
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
SMU QB Shane Buechele Getting Ready To Prove Himself In The NFLQuarterback Shane Buechele proved himself when he took over the starting job at SMU, and now he's looking to do the same in the NFL.
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastMight want to keep the umbrella handy. Expect rain chances and some cooler temperatures throughout the week.
Living Room Sports: Texas Rangers Pitcher Kyle GibsonTexas Rangers pitcher Kyle Gibson joins Living Room Sports to talk about the start of the 2021 season and local charities he's partnered with.
Tony Evans Jr., Lancaster Football Player And University Of Wyoming Recruit, Killed In Shooting At Dallas Hotel"He was a leader. He always brought good energy. He'd tell people to pick their heads up if something was wrong," Tony Evans, Jr.'s Lancaster High School teammate Donald Richards said.
11-Year-Old Fatally Shot By Child Who Found Gun In Vehicle At Dallas Walmart, Police SayPolice said they responded to the shooting at around 12:40 p.m. Sunday at the location in the 2800 block of South Buckner Boulevard.