J.D. Miles has this Eye on Earth report.
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Back To Business As Usual For Some In North Dallas Where Tornado Ripped Through 2 Years AgoThis week marks the second anniversary of the devastating EF-3 tornado that damaged hundreds of Dallas-area homes and businesses. But, though two years have passed, the destruction is still felt by business owners.
Massive Dive Operation To Recover Cars From Fort Worth Lakes Could Help Solve Cold CasesOn Saturday, Oct. 23, every car recovered during the four-day operation will be on display for the public at Beard’s Towing from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Suspect Charged In Connection With Gas Explosion At Dallas Apartment ComplexDallas Police have filed charges in connection with the gas explosion at the Highland Hills Apartments late last month.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, Oct. 19.
Dallas County Redrawing Political DistrictsAndrea Lucia reports.
Texas Legislature Ends 3rd Special SessionLawmakers say they've reached some bipartisan agreements.
Shooting And Crash Has Section Of LBJ Freeway Shut Down In Balch SpringsBalch Springs Police are investigating a shooting and crash on northbound LBJ Freeway. It happened around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19 near Lake June Road.
A Look At Texas PUC's Proposal On Keeping Power On This WinterSteve Pickett reports.
Eat See Play in DentonTaryn Jones takes the Cadillac Escalade to discover Denton. With a vibrant music scene, unique restaurants, and shops, plus Texas history, it's the perfect place for a weekend escape!
Cowboys Safety Damontae Kazee Arrested For Alleged DWI In The ColonyDallas Cowboys starting safety Damontae Kazee is out on bond after being arrested by The Colony Police early Tuesday morning, Oct. 19 for allegedly driving while intoxicated. Katie Johnston reports.
The Ones For Wellness: Mammogram Saved Woman's Life TwiceThis North Texas woman credits her annual mammograms for saving her life twice.
Former Texas Nurse Convicted Of Capital Murder In Deaths Of 4 Heart PatientsA Texas jury convicted a former nurse Tuesday, Oct. 19 of capital murder in the deaths of four patients who died after prosecutors say he injected them with air following heart surgeries. Katie Johnston reports.
Survivors Of Plane Crash Near Houston Were Headed To Astros Game No one was killed, according to KTRK TV, when a fixed wing multi-engine plane crashed in Waller County on Tuesday, Oct. 19.
Ellis County Child Sex Offender Who Violated Probation Rules Sentenced To 2 Consecutive Life TermsA North Texas man, who had been given a form of probation, will now spend the rest of his life in prison for committing child sex offenses and not following the rules that would have allowed him to stay free. Katie Johnston reports.
Dallas Police Chase Ends With Stolen Car Suspect In Custody, No InjuriesDallas police officers chased a stolen car suspect through the streets and highways of the city Tuesday morning, Oct. 19. Katie Johnston reports.
Southwest Airlines Scraps Plans To Put Some Unvaccinated Workers On Unpaid Leave In DecemberSouthwest Airlines is dropping plans to put unvaccinated employees who have applied for, but haven’t yet been approved or denied, a religious or medical exemption on unpaid leave starting in December. Katie Johnston reports.
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Halloween-Themed Tarrant Area Food Bank Food DistributionHalloween-Themed Tarrant Area Food Bank Food Distribution
Energy Experts Meeting To Recommended ERCOT ChangesEnergy Experts Meeting To Recommended ERCOT Changes
Plane Down Near Houston Executive Airport, No One KilledNo one was killed, according to KTRK TV, when a plane crashed in Waller County on Tuesday, Oct. 19. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Tuesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Tuesday morning.
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Sunny And Warmer On TuesdayThe high will be around 80 degrees.
Police From All Over Rally To Lift Spirits Of North Texas Child Battling CancerThanks to his medical care and support from law enforcement around the world, Bennett Hernandez rang the bell at Children’s after his last treatment left him cancer-free.