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Dallas Community Leaders, Criminal Justice Experts Weigh In On Chauvin Guilty VerdictThey said the outcome was fitting, but more work needs to be done.
Mild Celebrations In Downtown Dallas Follow Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictA handful of social justice groups met up at Dallas City Hall to celebrate the news Tuesday night.
Team Coverage Of North Texas Reaction To Derek Chauvin VerdictChavin was found guilty on all three counts in the death of George Floyd.
Aledo Residents Shed Tears, Share Shock Over Students' Mock 'Online Slave Trade' At School Board MeetingAledo ISD said it learned of an incident with students from the Daniel Ninth Grade Campus involving racial harassment and cyberbullying several weeks ago.
Exclusive Look At New Film '12 Mighty Orphans' Based On Fort Worth True StoryWriter/director Ty Roberts gives CBS11 exclusive insight into his film '12 Mighty Orphans,' which tells the inspiring true story of a Fort Worth orphanage football team that goes from playing without shoes to playing In The State Championship.
Exclusive Look At New Film '12 Mighty Orphans' Based On Fort Worth True StoryWriter/director Ty Roberts gives CBS11 exclusive insight into his film '12 Mighty Orphans,' which tells the inspiring true story of a Fort Worth orphanage football team that goes from playing without shoes to playing In The State Championship.
Dallas Nonprofit Looks To Bring Police, Young People Together To Build Better RelationshipsErin Jones reports.
Dozens Peacefully Protest Daunte Wright's Death In Downtown DallasThe protest started outside Dallas Police Headquarters.
Protest Planned In Dallas In Wake Of MN Police Shooting Death Of Daunte WrightSteve Pickett reports.
'Nothing Like A Wild Shootout At 3AM': Old East Dallas Residents Upset After Shooting At Short-Term Rental“It was one of the most terrifying few minutes of my life,” one resident who wants to remain anonymous said.
Finding Hope On The Side Of The Road In Daily Chalkboard MessagesThis week's The Ones For Texas honoree is in Aledo.
Fort Worth Mayoral Candidate Ann Zedah Discusses Issues Facing The CityFort Worth Mayoral Candidate Ann Zedah Discusses Issues Facing The City & Plans For The Future With CBS 11 Political Expert Jack Fink
Easter Drive-Thru Brings Cheer To Kids, Families In West DallasNearly 200 children and parents were gifted with goodie bags and the opportunity to meet the Easter bunny through the Buckner Family Hope Center.
Dallas Teen With Cystic Fibrosis Just Wanted To Meet A Police Officer; Brandon Benavides Ended Up 'Chief For The Day'Chief Eddie Garcia said of Brandon, "His strength and that of his parents as he fights is inspiring, we hope he enjoyed his day. Thanks for your leadership, Chief Brandon!"
Charitable Pharmacy Expanding Eligibility In North TexasRobbie Owens reports on St. Vincent de Paul Pharmacy.
City Investing In Violent Part Of East Dallas By Helping Bring Along New SupermarketAn abandoned flea market in far East Dallas could be the cornerstone for revitalizing an area near I-30 and Buckner Boulevard.
Rally For Justice In Response To In-Custody Death In Collin CountyPeople in the community want jailers held accountable in the death of Marvin Scott III.
Dallas Nonprofit 'The Value Of A Life' Raising Awareness About 'Black On Black Crime'In the wake of last Saturday’s deadly shooting at Pryme Bar, a Dallas nonprofit is bringing attention to what it describes as a “black on black crime” problem in Dallas.
Keller Teens Spur Tree-Planting EffortThey are this weeks "The Ones For Texas" honorees!
Debate Over Masks In Schools Heats Up In Argyle ISDBrooke Katz reports on Monday night's school board meeting.
Barbershop Quartet Helps North Texas Woman Celebrate 100th BirthdayCBS 11 photojournalist Mike Kinney has the story from Arlington.
Repairs Underway At Dallas Ronald McDonald House After Winter StormsRepairs Underway At Dallas Ronald McDonald House After Winter Storms
Minnie's Food Pantry Pushed To Its Limits; Distributes Nearly 80K Meals In 1 MorningA line of cars stretched for more than two miles around Minnie’s Food Pantry in Plano waiting for meal boxes and cases of water.
Keller Restaurants Helping Residents Who Can't CookHomes in Keller don’t have clean water to cook meals with. Restaurants there have a lot of extra food that will soon go to waste.

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