Here's what made news Monday, Nov. 29.
Tongans Who Live In North Texas Waiting, Praying For Relatives Impacted By VolcanoThousands of Tongans live in North Texas and they are having a hard time communicating with their families,
North Texas Rabbi Discusses Ongoing Need For Security Due To Anti-SemitismRabbi Andrew Paley of Temple Shalom helped console some of the Congregation Beth Israel hostages and their families.
Rabbi Andrew Paley InterviewRabbi Andrew Paley of Temple Shalom says he and others in the Jewish community have remained alert even before Saturday's eleven-hour long hostage situation at Congregation Beth Israel.
5G Rollout Delayed Due To Airlines' ConcernsVerizon and AT&T have agreed to delay the rollout of 5G deployment near some airports. This comes after airline executives had warned of "catastrophic disruption" to travel, beginning Wednesday.
Can I Get Botox Or Fillers After My COVID Vaccine?There have been a small number of cases where the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is suspected of triggering localized swelling in people who had dermal fillers (most often in the face or lips).
North Texans Having Problems Getting Mail-In Ballots For March 1 PrimaryIn many cases voters are using an outdated form that doesn’t request a driver’s license or social security number, which are now required as part of the application.
Tuesday Afternoon Weather UpdateWarm today but much colder temperatures are on the way.
Enjoy The Warmth Before Arctic Front Arrives WednesdayYou may want to enjoy the sunshine ahead of tomorrow's Arctic Front.
Keller ISD Reopens As Some 2300 Students & Staff Still Out With COVIDKeller ISD Reopens As Some 2300 Students & Staff Still Out With COVID
Keller ISD Students Return To Class After COVID ClosureKeller ISD Students Return To Class After COVID Closure
AM Weather Update With Brittany RaineyAM Weather Update With Brittany Rainey
Cold Air Returns Mid-WeekOn Tuesday the high will be in the mid-70s.
Security Expert Shares 'Run, Hide, Fight' Guidance In Wake Of Colleyville Synagogue Hostage Situation“In a situation where it comes down to its your life or the bad guy's, you have to do something," Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas Director of Community Security Bill Humphrey said.
2 Congregation Beth Israel Hostages Share Story Of EscapeRabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker and Jeffrey Cohen spoke about their frightening experience.
Colleyville's Congregation Beth Israel Gathers For Service Of Healing In Response To Saturday's Hostage SituationIt happened at White’s Chapel United Methodist Church in Southlake which offered to host the service for Congregation Beth Israel.
Update On COVID-19 Testing Travel RequirementsA look at new requirements on COVID-19 testing for travel.
Congregation Beth Israel Hostage Shares His Terrifying StoryJeffrey Cohen along with two others, were held for 11 hours before escaping on their own. Another hostage had been allowed to leave earlier in the day.
Parades, Projects Honor MLK Jr.'s LegacyThere were parades and community projects in multiple North Texas cities.
'He Got To Celebrate, I Got To Cry': Cowboys Fans Having Hard Time Day After Playoff LossFans are upset the Cowboys couldn't defeat the 49ers in Arlington, but like the team, the fans will be back.
'Most Powerful Moment Of My Life,' 16th Street Baptist Church Bomb Survivor Talks About Meeting MLKDr. Dale Long and his brother survived the September 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.
Exclusive Interview With Congregation Beth Israel Hostage Jeffrey CohenJeffery Cohen, one of the four hostages held at gunpoint inside Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville Saturday, Jan. 15 spoke to CBS 11 about the long and frightening ordeal.
Colleyville Religious Leaders Will Meet, Discuss Healing After Hostage Situation"This sort of event, no one ever expected to happen in our own community."
Monday Afternoon Weather UpdateAnother cold front is headed our way.
'I Did Not Think We Would Get Out': Congregation Beth Israel Hostage Shares Harrowing ExperienceJeffrey Cohen was one of four people held hostage at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville on Saturday.