Rangers Great Pudge Rodriguez Visits Tiny Fans In NICUHall of Famer and Texas Rangers legend Pudge Rodriguez visited babies in Methodist Mansfield's NICU this afternoon.
United Way Of Metropolitan Dallas Kicks Off Summer Meal ProgramUnited Way Of Metropolitan Dallas Kicks Off Summer Meal Program
Unlivable Elan City Lights Apartments Trying To Help Displaced Residents After Crane CollapseElan City Lights has set up shop inside the Latino Cultural Center for tenants to pick up promised refunds. There are also apartment finders on-hand to help them find a new place to live.
Hall Of Famer And UNT Alum 'Mean' Joe Greene Honoring Late Wife With Charity Fundraiser In DallasGreene will pay tribute on Saturday to another North Texas alumnus when he hosts a charity fundraiser honoring his late wife Agnes, who lost her battle to breast cancer four years ago.
Good Samaritans Help Woman, Young Niece Caught In Storm In Addison SundayTonight the woman is thanking a higher power and the kind strangers who stepped in just in time.
Cleaning Up After Powerful Storms In DallasSunday’s storms and high winds left destruction outside homes across North and East Dallas.
People In South Dallas Pack Community Safety Meeting In Wake Of Violent Crime SpikeDallas Police Chief Renee Hall told the crowd her department is working to reduce violent crime throughout the city.
Community Prepares to Attend Leroy Hawkins' FuneralLeroy Hawkins was murdered in Dallas but the conflict that led to the crime started in DeSoto.
Dallas Mother Of Murdered 13-Year-Old Malik Tyler Speaks At Vigil“My son died here yesterday," said Tina Tyler. "This has been a great loss to my family. He was my youngest son.”
Migrants Seeking Asylum Headed To Dallas Due To Overcrowding In El PasoBuses with 50 to 60 migrants are expected to arrive at Oak Lawn United Methodist Church on Saturday.
Devastating Deja Vu For Kemp CoupleRobbie Owens reports on the situation at Cedar Creek Lake in Kaufman County the day after a tornado struck.
Fast Progress In Canton Cleanup After TornadoThis town had to get debris up and out of here fast and it has. The biggest attraction Canton has is First Monday Trade Days which began today through the week.
Historic Ambassador Hotel Lost To Flames OvernightThe Executive Director of Preservation Dallas discusses the landmark hotel’s history.
92-Year-Old WWII Veteran Sings "God Bless America"WWII Veteran Norman Cates paid tribute to veterans yesterday.
Ones For Texas: Hooves For HeroesEquest's HOOVES FOR HEROES empowers veterans and military families to take charge of their civilian transitions and assume new roles as civic leaders.
Decades-Long UT Southwestern Study Reveals Breakthrough Research For Seizure PredictionThe groundbreaking research is giving families hope for their loved ones who suffer from seizures.
Dallas School Bus Driver Inspiring Students One Ride At A TimeDallas School Bus Driver Inspiring Students One Ride At A Time
Dallas Police Chief, County DA Address Transgender Community On Recent DeathsDallas Police Chief Renee Hall said they're going to do everything they can to bring the killer or killers to justice.
CBS 11 Meteorologists Entertain, Educate At Rangers Weather Day At Texas LiveRangers Weather Day included all sorts of fun science experiments for kids before the Rangers game.
Some Citizens Criticize Fort Worth Leaders For Chief Fitzgerald FiringActivists were critical of the decision, and the timing, following a high-profile kidnapping case police just solved.
Keller Students Learn Water Safety, Rescue SkillsStudents and teachers at one Keller ISD middle school are doing community service projects during the final week of school.
Fort Worth Neighborhood Relieved Kidnapped Child Found SafePeople in the Ryan Place neighborhood are eager for police to share what they can about what happened and why.
Ones For Texas: Teenage TWU Graduate Hayley Taylor SchlitzAt only 16, Hayley Taylor Schlitz is already a college graduate.
Supply Drive To Help Meals On Wheels Clients During SummerThanks to Meals On Wheels, senior citizens in Tarrant County are getting some help in preparation for what will no doubt be another grueling Texas summer. The non-profit group is looking out for their clients, but they need your help.