Texas Secretary of State John Scott addressed issues some Texans are havingwith mail-in ballot applications.
Interview With Texas Secretary of State John ScottTexas Secretary of State John Scott addressed issues some Texans are havingwith mail-in ballot applications.
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.
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.
Former U.S. Attorney On Jan. 6 Sedition CaseRichard Roper, Former U.S. Attorney For The Northern District Of Texas, Speaks With Jack Fink
Interview With Republican Texas AG Candidate Louie GohmertGohmert is attempting to unseat AG Ken Paxton in the March 1 primary and be the GOP nominee for the November election.
Rep. Colin Allred Reflects On 1-Year Anniversary Of Capitol RiotRep. Colin Allred reflects on the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Health Watch: Childhood ObesityHealth Watch: Childhood Obesity
Interview With GOP Texas AG Candidate Eva GuzmanGuzman is among several Republicans set to challenge incumbent AG Ken Paxton in the March 1 primary.
Last Call For Low-Cost Craft Beer Prices; Aluminum Can Shortage Driving Up Expenses For North Texas BreweriesThe price of a can of beer could increase as shortages of aluminum are driving up costs for local breweries.
Cedric Dunn, 11, Finds Purpose In Wheelchair Basketball, Inspires OthersWheelchair basketball is a fast-paced game played by two teams of five players where the object is to shoot the ball into the opposing team's basket.
Key Texas Primary Races Shaping Up For 2022The deadline for candidates running for the Texas primary on March 1 is 6 p.m., and key political races are shaping up for 2022.
Richardson's ISD Superintendent Jeannie Stone ResignsJeannie Stone has been at the center of protests by some groups in the Richardson ISD community.
SMU Law Professor Dale Carpenter On Supreme Court's SB8 RulingConstitutional Law Professor Dale Carpenter Speaks With Jack Fink
Interview With US Sen. John CornynJack Fink spoke with the Republican Senator from Texas on several issues.
Major League Baseball Plunged Into First Contract Related Work Stoppage In Quarter-CenturyAfter a swing and a miss, Major League Baseball plunged into its first work stoppage in a quarter-century. The sport's collective bargaining agreement expired Wednesday night and owners immediately locked out players in a move that threatens spring training and opening day.
Dallas PD Gets New Helicopter Gifted From Businessman Ross Perot Jr.Perot wanted to "do something big for Dallas."
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.
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.
Around Texas: Nov. 30, 2021Around Texas: Nov. 30, 2021
Interview With Democratic Lt. Gov. Candidate Mathew DowdDowd is a former Republican now running as a Democrat hoping to unseat Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick.
Interview With Democratic Lt. Gov. Candidate Mike CollierCollier lost to Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick in 2018. He will have to win the Democratic Primary on March 1, 2022 to get another shot at him.
Interview With Dallas Congresswoman Eddie Bernice JohnsonJack Fink spoke with U.S. Rep. Johnson two days after she formally announced she is retiring.