CBS 11 News Now: Oct. 27, 2021
Holiday Travelers Considering COVID As They Make PlansHoliday Travelers Considering COVID As They Make Plans
US Taking Extra Travel Precautions To Keep COVID Variant From SpreadingUS Taking Extra Travel Precautions To Keep COVID Variant From Spreading
World War II Vets Honored In Special Flight To HawaiiThe group received a hero's welcome.
Discover DFW: Operation Save ChristmasAn immersive interactive exhibit in Grapevine lets families help save the holiday.
Christmas Tree Lighting Takes Place At Klyde Warren Park In Dallas Saturday, December 4Saturday night, Klyde Warren Park will be the place to be as they flip on the switch to light up the park's Christmas tree!
'Belles at the Bend' Get Shoppers In The Holiday SpiritThe holiday season is in full swing and the WestBend shopping development in Fort Worth hosted "Belles at the Bend" to get shoppers in the holiday spirit! Madison Sawyer emceed the evening which featured live performances by the Singing Girls of Texas and the pianists of The Concert Truck.
Plumber Finds Money Behind Loose Toilet In Wall At Joel Osteen's Lakewood Mega-ChurchNot assigned
Fatal Wrong Way Crash On I-30 Kills At Least One In Fort WorthAt least one person is dead after a wrong-way-driver involved crash on Interstate 30 in Fort Worth.
MLB Commissioner Hopes First Players' Walkout In 27 Years Can Be Resolved 'Soon'Major League Baseball is in a work stoppage. The league's commissioner Ray Manfred held a news conference Thursday morning. He said the league is hoping both parties come to an agreement soon.
Euless Police Department: Condition Of Fallen Detective's Family Is Improving, Children Home From HospitalIn a Thursday press conference, the Euless Police Department gave details on the condition of slain Det. Alex Cervantes' family and on when funeral services might be announced.
Man Found Shot Dead In Parking Lot In Dallas Late Wednesday NightNot too many details Thursday morning after a man was found shot dead in the 3000 block of Alabama Avenue. Katie Johnston reports.
Allergy Sufferers, Get Ready; Pollen Count Expected To Jump As We Approach The WeekendBrittaney Rainey has the allergy forecast.
Major League Baseball Plunged Into First Contract Related Work Stoppage In Quarter-CenturyAfter a swing and a miss, Major League Baseball plunged into its first work stoppage in a quarter-century. The sport's collective bargaining agreement expired Wednesday night and owners immediately locked out players in a move that threatens spring training and opening day.
Klyde Warren Park Gets $5 Million Donation From Perot Family For Children's AreaThe beloved Children's Park at Klyde Warren Park will be expanding and getting a new name, thanks to a $5 million dollar gift from the Perot family.
McKinney, Texas Man Addison Mays Sentenced To 40 Years For Continuous Sexual Abuse Of A ChildAddison Mays, 34, of McKinney will be behind bars for 40 years after being convicted for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child. Katie Johnston reports.
Southwest Airlines Employee Sentenced 6 Months For Stealing Guns From BagsA former Southwest Airlines employee is being sentenced to six months in prison after pleading guilty to possessing stolen guns. Katie Johnston reports.
Ability Connection Helps Adults With Disabilities To See The Worth They Bring To The WorldAbility Connection is an organization that serves adults with disabilities. From North Texas to Austin, they serve over 700 members teaching them independent skills.
Wild Wednesday: Nature's Clean-Up Crew, The Cape VultureMadison Sawyer heads to the Fort Worth Zoo to see the Cape Vulture.
One Dead After Shooting In Dallas Overnight, No Suspect In CustodyDallas police say a man was found shot in the 3200 block of Sumter Drive overnight Tuesday night.
UT Southwestern To Pay $4.5M After Nurses Overdose On FentanylThe University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has agreed to pay $4.5 million to resolve allegations that its violations of the Controlled Substances Act allowed hospital staff to divert fentanyl and other dangerous drugs from the hospital.
Around Texas: Nov. 30, 2021Around Texas: Nov. 30, 2021
Wife And Children Of Deceased Off-Duty Euless Detective Alex Cervantes Still In HospitalThe wife and two children of Euless Police Detective Alejandro “Alex” Cervantes remain seriously injured.
Local Doctors Watching New COVID Variant CarefullyThere are still about 1 million people in the metroplex who are eligible for the COVID vaccine that haven't gettne it.
Fresh Grocer: Red Chili PeppersIn general red peppers are sweeter than green ones. They have spend longer time on the plant and have matured from green to red.