Here's what made news Tuesday, Oct. 26.
Ability Connection Helps Adults With Disabilities To See The Worth They Bring To The WorldAbility Connection is an organization that serves adults with disabilities. From North Texas to Austin, they serve over 700 members teaching them independent skills.
Wild Wednesday: Nature's Clean-Up Crew, The Cape VultureMadison Sawyer heads to the Fort Worth Zoo to see the Cape Vulture.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday Morning, December 1CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday Morning, December 1
One Dead After Shooting In Dallas Overnight, No Suspect In CustodyDallas police say a man was found shot in the 3200 block of Sumter Drive overnight Tuesday night.
UT Southwestern To Pay $4.5M After Nurses Overdose On FentanylThe University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has agreed to pay $4.5 million to resolve allegations that its violations of the Controlled Substances Act allowed hospital staff to divert fentanyl and other dangerous drugs from the hospital.
Brittany Rainey's Wednesday Morning WeatherWarm weather continues Wednesday; rain by weekend.
Warm Start To DecemberThe high in North Texas Wednesday will be in the mid-70s.
Some Families Of Astroworld Crowd Surge Victims Turn Down Travis Scott's Offer To Pay For FuneralsAttorneys for the families of four of the victims said Tuesday that they received a letter from Scott’s attorney, Daniel Petrocelli, in which the offer was made.
Arlington Police Associations Present 'No Confidence' Petition To City Council Regarding Chief Al JonesThe lack of support for the chief follows his firing of an officer in October, two days after a pursuit and fatal shooting.
'You Have Demonized Our Kids': Little Elm High School Parents Lecture School Board Over Police Handling Of Student WalkoutAngry families demanded accountability of Little Elm ISD administrators for their handling of sexual assault complaints within the high school as well as the harsh police response to a student demonstration.
Interview With Democratic Texas AG Candidate Joe JaworskiJaworski is hoping to get past the March 2022 Democratic primary and face the Republican primary winner in November 2022.
Interview With Democratic Texas AG Candidate Lee MerrittMerritt is hoping to get past the March 2022 Democratic primary and face the Republican primary winner in November 2022.
Interview With Democratic Lt. Gov. Candidate Michelle BeckleyState Rep. Michelle Beckley is among those hoping to advance to the November 2022 election to face Dan Patrick.
Travel Guru Shares Ideas On Last-Minute Holiday TravelKen Molestina reports.
Be Wary Of Online Puppy Purchases; Veterinarian Group Says Pet Scams Are Rampant, Particularly In Texas"A lot of people were turning to animals as a form of therapy," said Lily Velez, the author of the Puppy Scam Report. "And unfortunately, a lot of the scam artists saw an opportunity to put up these fraudulent puppy sites."
New Texas Rules Requiring Oil And Gas Producers To Winterize Not In Time For This WinterRegulators of Texas' oil and gas industry that buckled during February's deadly freeze moved Tuesday toward making some producers more prepared for cold weather in the future.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, Nov. 30.
Resale Shop Benefitting SafeHaven Domestic Violence Survivors Closed Following 'Significant' BurglaryBerry Good Buys, the resale shop benefitting the women and children of the largest emergency domestic violence shelter in Tarrant County has closed after it was burglarized.
Dallas Receives Largest Park Donation Since 1938Mayor Eric Johnson on Tuesday announced that Oncor Electric Delivery is donating 110 acres of land, including Parkdale Lake, to the City’s Park and Recreation system.
Great Weather For Picking Out Christmas TreesIt still doesn't feel like we're close to winter around North Texas most days.
COVID-19 Sequencing Lab Ready To Test For Omicron VariantAt this point it has not been confirmed in Texas or the U.S.
Giving Tuesday: CBS 11 I-Team Digs Into Where Money You Give GoesGinger Allen and the I-Team have some tips on how to pick charities to donate to.
Oh Poop! Suspect Wanted For Arson In Southlake After Blowing Up Porta Potty With FireworksPolice in Southlake are looking for an arsonist who used fireworks to cause an explosion inside a porta potty. Katie Johnston reports.
Fort Worth Leaders Ring In Salvation Army's North Texas Red Kettle CampaignAll donations to the organization’s Red Kettle campaign goes directly back into the DFW community to help those fighting poverty, addiction and homelessness.