Winds howling at more than 45 miles per hour across North Texas have knocked out power to tens of thousands, delayed flights at DFW Airport, and snarled light rail service. Katie Johnston reports.
Interview With US Sen. John CornynJack Fink spoke with the Republican Senator from Texas on several issues.
Quarterback Josh Hoover Of Rockwall-Heath High School Wins 2021 Landry AwardThis year the iconic trophy is headed to the east side of DFW with the announcement quarterback Josh Hoover of Rockwall-Heath High School won the award.
North Texas School Districts Focused On Reading, Writing And Teacher RetentionSchool districts are still trying to hire enough teachers and keep the good ones from leaving.
Biker Friends Shows Up To Cheer On Friend Who Got Out Of Hospital After Battling COVID-19COVID-19 survivor Parry Allen got quite the welcome as he left the hospital over the weekend.
Not Sure If You Should Travel For Christmas, New Years? You're Not AloneThe ever-changing landscape of COVID-19 has some people wondering if they should cancel.
Monday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Monday, Dec. 6.
Ambulance Service Offering New Incentives For EMTs, Paramedics To Deal With ShortagesAcadian Ambulance Services in Dallas said it will start covering training costs for new applicants, and pay them $11 an hour while they complete the eight-week class.
New Law Named After Retired N. Texas ICE Agent & His Partner Ambushed In Mexico By Drug CartelU.S. Sen. John Cornyn of Texas presented a copy of the new law named the Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila Federal Officers and Employees Protection Act.
Mesquite Police Identify Suspect Jamie Jaramillo In Fatal Shooting Of Officer Richard Lee Houston IIMesquite police have identified Jamie Jaramillo, 37, as the suspect in the fatal Dec. 3 shooting of Officer Richard Lee Houston II.
Monday Afternoon Weather UpdateRoller-coaster temperatures as North Texas looks at near record heat by week's end.
'My Home Is Still Uninhabitable': 10 Months After Winter Storm Some Texans Still Waiting On Insurance Claims“I think the hardest part is the emotional toll of not having a home,” said Terry Gilg said. “I don't think the insurance companies think about that when they just put everyone on hold.”
What It Takes To Be A Texas High School Football RefereeCBS 11 sports photojournalist Bill Ellis has their story.
North Texas COVID Patient Gets Motorcycle Escort Home After Being Released From HospitalIt was a roaring goodbye and welcome home for one North Texan who survived after being infected with COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
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US Taking Extra Travel Precautions To Keep COVID Variant From SpreadingUS Taking Extra Travel Precautions To Keep COVID Variant From Spreading
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Basketball Hall Of Famer's Shop With A Cop Program Helps Build Trust Between Police And KidsBasketball Hall Of Famer Nancy Lieberman's annual Shop With A Cop program is designed to ease distrust towards those who wear a badge.
Cold Start To The Week, Followed By High Temps And Another CooldownTomorrow will be windy and cold after a front moves in overnight, bringing rain, wind, and a few storms. Things will warm up all the way to the 80s later in the week before crashing back down next weekend.
Hundreds Come Out To Honor Fallen Mesquite Officer In Prayer VigilHundreds of people came out tonight to honor a mesquite police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty Friday afternoon.
Sunday Morning News BriefHere are your latest headlines for Sunday, December 5.
Storms Possible Tonight, But Cool Temps And Sunny Skies Will Start Off Next WeekThere's a 90% chance of rain and storms overnight as a cold front moves in, but next week will be sunny and feel more like what we're used to in December.
Saturday 10PM Weather UpdateA warm, rainy weekend will cool down on Monday and Tuesday as chilly weather finally hits North Texas. Rain chances should dry up by mid-week.
Thousands Turn Out For Return Of Annual Dallas Holiday ParadeOn Saturday morning, thousands of people packed downtown Dallas to watch the annual holiday parade.