AAA Public Service Announcement On Distracted DrivingApril is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and AAA Texas is reminding drivers: “Don’t Drive Intoxicated – Don’t Drive Intexticated.”
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North Texas Rain Outlook For SpringAlmost a month into the growing season in the Metropex and how are the Spring rains looking? CBS11 Meteorologist Jeff Ray has the latest information.
How To Read Your Gas MeterThe Atmos Cities Steering Committee says utilities should only charge customers for the gas they use. But would you be able to tell if your gas bill was off? This video shows how to do it.
Are We Past the Last Freeze of the SeasonCBS11 Meteorologist Jeff Ray updates the freeze threat for the Metroplex all his fellow gardeners. Also, the latest on the dry weather of late.
Full Interview With Kitti Jones On R KellyA former Dallas radio host who claims she was abused by disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly is speaking out about his explosive interview with Gayle King of CBS News.
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Full Interview With Actor, Rapper Ice CubeIce Cube is in North Texas for his Big3 basketball playoffs.
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News Now: Fort Worth Crash, Dallas Street RacingThe southbound side of Interstate-35W in Fort Worth remains shut down after a deadly crash this morning, and a police task force is working to stop illegal street racing in Dallas.
News Now: American Airlines Canister, Bill Cosby RetrialAmerican Airlines is responding to a mother who said that an oxygen canister fell on her child's head while on a flight to DFW. Plus, opening statements started this morning in Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial.
News Now: Race Weekend At TMSIt's race weekend at the Texas Motor Speedway! NASCAR is back in town for the O'Reilly Auto Parts 500.
News Now: Erin Brockovich In Town, Dilly Dog's PopularityEnvironmental activist Erin Brockovich is in North Texas today after raising concerns about the chemicals used to treat local water. Also, have you tried the new Dilly Dog at Globe Life Park yet? They're so popular, a second stand is being added to keep up with demand.
News Now: Fort Worth Arrest Video, MLK Death AnniversaryPolice have released officer body camera video of a controversial Fort Worth arrest. And today marks 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed in Memphis.
News Now: Ethan Couch, Plano & Frisco Water QualityThe so-called 'affluenza teen' Ethan Couch is out of jail, but his mother remains behind bars. Plus, water officials are set to brief Frisco leaders about the city's water quality tonight, all after some concerns have been raised about water quality in Plano.
News Now: Ethan Couch, Dallas Home Explosion'Affluenza Teen' Ethan Couch will be released as a free man. Also, crews are investigating a Dallas home explosion.
News Now: Mosquito Warning, Peeps BeerSpring has arrived, but health officials are warning that mosquito season is here too. Plus, a Fort Worth brewery is offering beer infused with Peeps candy.
News Now: Fatal Shooting In PlanoWe're looking at the latest updates on a fatal shooting in Plano this morning.
News Now: Texas Rangers Opening DayOpening Day has arrived at Globe Life Park in Arlington. The new Texas Rangers season is about to begin!
News Now: North Texas Rain, South Korea TradeThe rain's not over yet for North Texas. CBS 11 News Meteorologist Jeff Ray looks at the weather forecast. Plus, President Trump has announced a trade agreement with South Korea.
News Now: More Rain In North TexasThe rain continues to fall across North Texas today. CBS 11 News meteorologist Jeff Jamison tells us what to expect through the rest of the week.
News Now: Rainy Weather, 4-Day School WeekNorth Texas is seeing rain on Tuesday and its even impacting the Texas Rangers. Plus, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has decided to testify before Congress, and a Colorado school district is switching to a four-day week.
News Now: New Rangers Food, Storms ApproachingThe baseball season begins on Thursday, and the Texas Rangers are showing off some of the new food items for this year. We're also keeping an eye on storms in the weather forecast.