The crash happened at around 11:40 p.m. in the 300 block of West Mockingbird Lane.
Dallas Celebrates South Oak Cliff DayMayor Eric Johnson declared the holiday after South Oak Cliff became the first Dallas team to win the high school title.
'A Step Towards Healing And Normalcy' Colleyville Synagogue Holds Services A Week After Hostage StandoffThe synagogue is still considered a crime scene and is off-limits to the public, but the ongoing investigation didn't stop the congregation from continuing their services Saturday at Colleyville Town Hall.
Investigation Into Colleyville Hostage Taker Goes GlobalThe FBI said it was in contact with legates in Tel-Aviv and London as law enforcement works to learn more about Malik Faisal Akram.
'It Was Really Terrifying' Congregation Beth Israel Members React To Hostage SituationMembers of Congregation Beth Israel are reacting to the hostage situation that took place on Saturday.
In Fort Worth, Governor Abbott Defends His Covid-19 Response Amid Criticism By Democrat & Republican ChallengersAt his first campaign stop in North Texas since kicking-off his bid for a third term, Governor Greg Abbott touted the state's fast-growing economy.
Dallas Dinner Table To Go Virtual Once AgainIt's been called the free meal that feeds your soul.
Restaurants & Bars Hampered By COVID-19 Sickening Workers, Even Closing For Several WeeksRestaurants and bars have struggled during the pandemic as shutdowns and lack of customers have hampered their operations.
Funeral Held For Officer Killed By Drunk DriverFriends, family, and members of the public remembered Det. Alex Cervantes, who was killed by a drunk driver in November.
DFW Restaurants Struggle To Stay Staffed As COVID-19 Cases RiseSome DFW restaurants are having trouble staying open due to staffing shortages caused by COVID-19.
High Demand For COVID-19 Tests After Dallas Hits Record Number Of Cases For Second Day In A RowFriday Dallas county set a new daily COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row. More than 6,500 new cases were reported, the highest case numbers since September.
24 Hour Temperature Change Happening NowMostly clear. Low near 25F. Winds NNE at 10 to 20 mph.
Woman Living Across From Arlington Townhomes Grateful She Wasn't Home During ExplosionA woman who lives across the street from where an explosion happened early New Year's Day in Arlington is grateful to be safe.
North Texas Schools Prepare For Students To Return As Omicron RagesSchools and districts across North Texas said they are working to keep students and staff safe as they return from Winter Break while omicron surges.
Duncanville Defensive End Omari Abor To Announce His Power 5 School Of Choice On National TVOmari Abor’s next order of business is announcing his Power 5 school of choice live on ESPN Sunday afternoon at the Under Armour All-America Game.
Hebron High School Band Marches In Tournament Of Roses ParadeThe Hebron High School Marching Band became the first Dallas high school band to march in the parade in over 50 years.
'We Heard A Big Boom' Explosion Destroys North Arlington TownhomeAn explosion has destroyed a two-story townhome under construction in far North Arlington.
Local Organizations Working To Keep Those In Need Safe From ColdLocal organizations like OurCalling are preparing to serve those in need as the cold sets in.
RAW VIDEO: Camera Captures Arlington Explosion(Credit: Liz Weaver)
The Eyes Of Texas 2021, Part 6Here's part 6 of a look at some of the best work by CBS 11's photojournalists over the past year.
The Eyes Of Texas 2021, Part 5Here's part 5 of a look at some of the best work by CBS 11's photojournalists over the past year.
The Eyes Of Texas 2021, Part 4Here's part 4 of a look at some of the best work by CBS 11's photojournalists over the past year.
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The Eyes Of Texas 2021, Part 2Here's part 2 of a look at some of the best work by CBS 11's photojournalists over the past year.
The Eyes Of Texas 2021, Part 1Here's part 1 of a look at some of the best work by CBS 11's photojournalists over the past year.