Texas Radio Legend Bill Mack Dies At 88 From COVID-19, Son SaysTexas radio legend and award-winning country songwriter Bill Mack has died at the age of 88 from COVID-19, his son announced Friday.
West Nile Virus Continues To Reappear In North TexasScientists say mosquitoes with West Nile virus are turning up at the highest rate areas in North Texas have seen in four to five years.
As Case Numbers Drop In North Texas, Health Officials Hope Hospitalizations Will Follow SuitThe number of COVID-19 cases in Dallas, Tarrant and Collin counties are dropping when compared to earlier in July. Health officials are hoping to see the number of North Texans being treated at hospitals for the virus will drop even further.
Local Business Scrambling After Being Left With Lots Of Product Intended For American AirlinesA small business in Arlington is scrambling to save its livelihood after being left with massive amounts of mixed nuts that were intended to be sold to American Airlines.
Mother And Girlfriend Charged With Capital Murder In Fort Worth 4-Year-Old's DeathThe mother of a 4-year-old boy, along with the mother's girlfriend, have been arrested and charged with capital murder in the death of the child.
Parents Put A Positive Spin On Living Through The PandemicCBS 11 News spoke to several North Texas families to gain some perspective on how families are coping, now five months into the coronavirus pandemic.
Friday Evening Weather UpdateSome clouds this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. Low 72F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph.
Nearly 1 In 5 Robberies In Mesquite Are From Internet Sales Exchanges, Police SayTwo years ago, about 5% of all robberies in Mesquite were the result of thefts during the exchange of items from a sale made over the internet.
Anne Elise Parks' Mid-Day Weather UpdateNice summer weather to end July.
Oklahoma Inmates Use Bed Sheets To Escape From 12th Floor Of Jail, Murder Suspect Still On The LooseA murder suspect escaped from the county jail in downtown Oklahoma City early Friday by using bed sheets tied together to climb down the outside of the building -- from a 12th floor cell. Katie Johnston reports.
Support Local DFW Shops and have a Safe SummerIt's time to rally around our own. This summer lets all try and support DFW businesses as much as we can.
Irving Residents May Be Eligible For Rent/Mortgage & Utility Bill AssistanceIrving Residents May Be Eligible For Rent/Mortgage & Utility Bill Assistance
North Texan And Former U.S. Marine Trevor Reed Sentenced To Prison In RussiaA former United States Marine from North Texas was sentenced to nine years in prison in a Russian court on Thursday for assaulting police officers in a drunken incident he says he cannot remember. Trevor Reed, 29, alleges the charges against him were fabricated. Katie Johnston reports.
Record Breaking 151-Pound Paddlefish Caught On Oklahoma LakeA world-record paddlefish has been caught at a lake in Oklahoma. Cory Watters broke the recent world and state record for a paddlefish with his catch at Keystone Lake, a portion of the Arkansas River west of Tulsa. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS 11 News Now: Friday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Friday morning.
Irving Offering Emergency Relief Funding For Qualified ResidentsIrving Offering Emergency Relief Funding For Qualified Residents
AM Weather Update With Anne Elise ParksAM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks
North Texas Teen Who Almost Drowned As Child Raises $6,000 For Loan-A-Life Jacket Program At Grapevine LakeThe program which started in 2017, includes five life-jacket station trees at popular swimming locations around Grapevine Lake.
Warm Friday After Storms Roll ThroughThe high will be around 90 degrees.
Cowboys Super Fan Preparing For Different Game Day Experience This Year“We’ll get to some games,” Kersh said. “It’s just going to be weird it not being a full stadium.”
Growing Need In Texas And Beyond For Those Who've Recovered From Coronavirus To Donate PlasmaThe federal government is adding to the push for those who’ve been sick with COVID-19 to donate plasma.
Texas Adjusts Total Coronavirus Deaths Slightly Lower After Discovering 'Automation Error'State health officials said an automation error in a switch in its counting method added about 225 fatalities to the total.
A Look At How Different Your Kids' Return To School Will BeAndrea Lucia reports.
What Will College Campuses In Texas Look Like In COVID Times?While public schools are still grappling with if and when to offer face- to-face instruction, colleges and universities in Texas are moving forward with plans to welcome students back.