A West Texas sheriff has died due to complications from COVID-19, according to a law enforcement association. Katie Johnston reports.
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastA look at the heat North Texans can expect this upcoming week.
Suspect Sought After Running Away From Deadly Crash In Dallas, Police SayA suspect is being sought after police said that person ran away from a crash that killed one and injured another in Dallas early Sunday morning.
23-Year-Old Found Shot To Death In Pickup Truck In DallasA 23-year-old woman was found shot to death in a pickup truck in Dallas early Sunday morning and police are investigating the shooting as a homicide.
Off-Duty Dallas Officer Shot During Robbery Near Fort Worth StockyardsAn off-duty Dallas officer was shot near the Fort Worth Stockyards Sunday as he was trying to fend off suspects attempting to steal his wife's purse, police said.
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Fort Worth Opening 4 More COVID-19 Testing Sites This WeekThe city of Fort Worth is expanding its COVID-19 testing initiative by opening up four more sites throughout the week.
CBS 11 News Now: Sunday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Sunday evening.
Police: Kidnapping Suspect, Victim Out Of San Antonio Found In Fort Worth After ChaseA San Antonio kidnapping suspect and victim were found Saturday after a chase ended in a Fort Worth neighborhood, police said.
Jeff Ray's Weather ForecastThe typical August heat continues to start the new week with no relief in sight.
Woman Shot At 7-Eleven In DallasA woman was shot at a 7-Eleven in Dallas early Saturday morning, police said.
Community Walks In Memory Of Plano Mother Who Was Killed While On Morning JogThere was an outpouring of support Saturday morning for a Plano mother who was killed last weekend while on her morning jog.
Speakers Were Required To Attend Keller ISD Board Meeting In Person, Now There's A Possible COVID-19 ExposureMonday's Keller ISD board meeting was to discuss the prevention of the virus in schools, and now, those in attendance are being asked to quarantine after one speaker tested positive.
CBS 11 News Now: Saturday EveningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Saturday evening
Get Used To This: 98, 99, 99The heat of the summer is here.
Tarrant County Releases New Guidance For Schools Reopening Saying 'Virtual Learning' Is SafestTo prevent the spread of COVID-19 in schools resulting in repeated cycles of opening and closing, TCPH supports the opening of schools for virtual learning.
Traffic Alert: Stretch Of I-30 In Arlington To Be Closed Both Ways This WeekendCrews are tearing down the old 360 bridge over I-30.
Retired Richardson Music Teacher Gets 90th Birthday SurpriseClaire Johnson's friends and former students threw her a drive-by birthday parade.
Former Angels Employee Charged In Pitcher Tyler Skaggs's Fatal Fentanyl OverdoseFormer Angels Communications Director Eric Prescott Kay, 45, was charged via criminal complaint with conspiracy to distribute a mixture containing detectable amounts of fentanyl.
Friday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Friday, August 7.
North Texas Couple Pens Kids Book On Importance Of Wearing A MaskCBS 11's Nicole Nielsen has the story.
Lone Star Conference Postpones Football, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball Seasons To Spring 2021The Lone Star Conference announced Friday that it will be postponing its football, basketball, soccer and volleyball seasons until Spring 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.