Actor William Shatner To Become Oldest Person To Fly To Space
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Actor William Shatner To Become Oldest Person To Fly To SpaceActor William Shatner To Become Oldest Person To Fly To Space
Attempt By Hackers To Extort The Allen ISD ThwartedAttempt By Hackers To Extort The Allen ISD Thwarted
'New Shepard' Rocket Makes It To The Edge Of Space And Back'New Shepard' Rocket Makes It To The Edge Of Space And Back
CBS 11's Doug Dunbar Talks Blue Origin Launch & Memento Being Carried Into SpaceCBS 11's Doug Dunbar Talks Blue Origin Launch & Memento Being Carried Into Space
Members Of North Texas Church Watching & Praying For Wally FunkMembers Of North Texas Church Watching & Praying For Wally Funk
Wally Funk Space Launch Cheered On At Texas Watch PartyWally Funk Space Launch Cheered On At Texas Watch Party
CBS 11's Doug Dunbar Reporting From Blue Origin LiftoffCBS 11's Doug Dunbar Reporting From Blue Origin Liftoff
Shortage Of Workers Skilled At Stopping Ransomware Attacks Makes Companies Vulnerable To HacksThe recent ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline has put a spotlight on the growing need for cyber security professionals.
'Little Scholars' Learning During Pandemic At Fort Worth Museum Of Science And History'Little Scholars' Learning During Pandemic At Fort Worth Museum Of Science And History
Texas Wesleyan Offering Scholarships For Online GamersTexas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth is one of more than 200 colleges in the country that offers scholarships for online gaming. And director Eugene Frier says their program is built to make sure students have the tools they need to succeed.
Kids Getting Involved In Esports From The Comfort Of Their HomesKids Getting Involved In Esports From The Comfort Of Their Homes
'Dallas Empire' In The 2020 Call Of Duty League Playoffs'Dallas Empire' In The 2020 Call Of Duty League Playoffs
As Device Pickups Resume, Mansfield ISD Apologizes For Lines That Had Many Waiting For HoursAs Device Pickups Resume, Mansfield ISD Apologizes For Lines That Had Many Waiting For Hours
Perot Museum Offering 'Amaze Your Brain At Home' Video ActivitiesPerot Museum Offering 'Amaze Your Brain At Home' Video Activities
Tarrant County College Offering College For Kids Program VirtuallyTarrant County College Offering College For Kids Program Virtually
Dallas Museum Of Art Offering Virtual Art Summer CampsDallas Museum Of Art Offering Virtual Art Summer Camps
New Kiosks Offer Digital Technology To DART RidersDallas Area Rapid Transit is working to improve the travel experience by having information available for riders in real time. Today the transit system unveiled new digital kiosks at the J.B. Jackson Jr. Transit Center in South Dallas.
Virtual Reality System Helping North Texas VeteransCBS 11's Jason Allen shows us the cutting-edge tool to help veterans recover from the traumatic stress of war.
Tests Show Most Automatic Braking Systems Don’t Work With PedestriansEvery 88 minutes in the U.S. another pedestrian is killed in a traffic accident. Safety advocates are excited about technology that can help prevent such crashes but new testing indicates it could be a long road.
Computers In Wilmer Paralyzed By CyberattackA small North Texas city is among nearly two dozen across the state that have been paralyzed by a major cyber attack. In Wilmer, municipal computers are being held for ransom -- most likely from hackers in Russia or China.
Designs Galore As Tech Celebrates World Emoji DayYou may be surprised that today is World Emoji Day, but the biggest tech giants aren't.
Apollo 11 Mission Launched 50 Years Ago TodayAt 9:32 a.m. on July 16, 1969 — the Saturn V rocket departed on humanity's first moon landing.
Amazon Prime Day Scams To Lookout ForAs Amazon Prime Day kicks off the surge in internet traffic is also likely to attract scammers looking to steal your data and payment details.
FTC 'Call It Quits' Robocall Crackdown CampaignThe Federal Trade Commission is announcing a major crackdown on illegal robocalls, including nearly 100 actions targeting operations across the country that they say are responsible for more than 1 billion calls.