Living Room Sports: Cowboys Defensive Legend Charles Haley Segment 3
Despite Low Turnout, Arlington Benefitting From Hosting World SeriesArlington may have hit the jackpot when it landed as home base for the World Series.
Wild Wednesday: Red Tailed Boa ConstrictorThe red tailed boa, also referred to as a boa constrictor, is a very common choices as a pet snake.
Summer-Like Temps ContinueReady for Fall? Wait until next week!
Warm WednesdayIt will be partly cloudy with temps in the mid-80s.
Section Of Fort Worth Street To Be Dedicated In Memory Of Atatiana JeffersonThe Fort Worth City Council decided Tuesday night to honor a woman killed by a Fort Worth Police officer last year.
Lake Worth ISD Employee Arrested For Allegedly Stealing, Then Selling Dozens Of LaptopsLake Worth Police said Michael Anderson, 40, was arrested after what they called an intensive eight-month long investigation.
1 Year After Tornado, Dallas Neighborhood's Recovery Stretches OnThere were 13 houses on Martha Lane back then. Some had broken windows and roof damage. Others were destroyed.
World Series Has Arlington's Globe Life Field Ready For Its Closeup: 'The Rangers Had Big Visions'Architect Fred Ortiz and his team spent years working on Globe Life Field, so to see their creation host the World Series, they say is incredible.
CBS 11 Photojournalists Share Thoughts On Covering October 2019 TornadoesSpecial comprehensive coverage on the one-year anniversary of the devastating tornadoes in North Texas.
Year After Tornado Destroys Dallas Shopping Center, Neighbors See Empty Lot As 'Perfect Opportunity'Instead of the pawn shops and box stores, neighbors say they want to see a retail development with local businesses and places to gather.
Tornado Outbreak 1 Year Later - Segment 2Special comprehensive coverage on the one-year anniversary of the devastating tornadoes in North Texas.
Tornado Outbreak 1 Year Later - Segment 1Special comprehensive coverage on the one-year anniversary of the devastating tornadoes in North Texas.
Tuesday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Tuesday, October 20.
9 Weeks In, Anna ISD Drops Online Learning, Face-To-Face Instruction Returns Nov. 3After offering nine weeks of online learning, the Anna ISD Board of Trustees approved the administrative recommendation to suspend at-home learning.
Rays And Dodgers Fans Converge In Arlington For World SeriesGlobe Life Field is the neutral site for the 2020 World Series.
Garland Family Remembers October Tornado 1 Year LaterAn EF-2 tornado was on the ground for 6 minutes and traveled 2.5 miles. But it only took seconds for it to destroy the home Eric Tatum lived in and grew up in.
Richardson Neighborhood Revived 1 Year After Devastating Tornado: 'Just About Every Home Is Livable'In the weeks and months that followed the October 20, 2019 tornado, big hauling trucks removed almost 60,000 yards of debris and repairs began.
North Pole Express Coming Back To GrapevineSocial distancing protocols mean capacity on the train will be at 50%.
Trick Or Treating During A PandemicBrooke Katz looks at how to do it safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now Hiring: Staffing Company Randstad Looking To Place 1,000 Workers Throughout DFWRandstad is an international company that helps its large corporate clients with staffing solutions based on those clients needs. In other words they place people with jobs.
3 Found Dead Inside Irving Home After Apparent Murder-SuicideAround noon Tuesday, a woman called 911 asking for police to go check on her brother who she said was suicidal.
Cowboys Fans Are Worst Complainers In NFL, According To SurveyCowboys fans take pride in rooting for their team and lamenting any calls or plays that don't go their way. Every fan base does this to some extent. But, according to a new survey, Cowboys fans complain the most. Katie Johnston reports.
A Look At Competitivel Race For Texas' 24th Congressional DistrictJack Fink talked to Democrat Candace Valenzuela and Republican Beth Van Duyne.
Police: 1 Houston Officer Dead, Another Injured Before Shooting Suspect's ArrestA Houston police officer was shot twice in the head and died Tuesday before a SWAT team was dispatched to the scene, where the suspected shooter -- Elmer Manzano, 51 -- was arrested, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.