Peoples and Parker received the most votes in the May 1 mayoral election from a field of 10 candidates, and are in a runoff June 5.
Hot Holiday Weekend!It will be around 96 on Saturday and 99 on Sunday.
Much Happening In DFW For Juneteenth Including Walk With Opal LeeOpal Lee’s Walk for Juneteenth happens in Fort Worth at 10:00 a.m. Saturday.
Water Main Break Impacting Traffic In Downtown Fort WorthTraffic on East Weatherford is reduced to one lane (far left lane) starting at Commerce Street.
O.D. Wyatt's Marcell McCreary Paving The Way For Others On And Off The CourtThe most impressive of Marcell McCreary's accomplishments is being the first African American male to leave O.D. Wyatt with an associates degree.
Opal Lee Shares Perspective On Importance Of JuneteenthRobbie Owens interviewed Opal Lee.
Grapevine Fire Department Reminds People To Wear Life Jackets At Lakes After 1st Drowning Of YearOn Tuesday, the Grapevine Fire Department responded to their first drowning of the year, when a 33-year-old man went under water for more than 10 minutes.
Juneteenth Being Celebrated At Various Events Throughout North Texas SaturdayThe federal holiday, Juneteenth, will be recognized and city leaders across North Texas are preparing for the monumental day.
ERCOT's Conservation Alert Left Many Texans FumingTexans have been ask to conserve energy all week.
Texas Lawmakers Waiting To See If Governor Vetoes Legislature's Portion Of State BudgetTexas Gov. Greg Abbott mentioned the possibility of vetoing the legislature's portion of the state budget after Democrats killed an elections bill he prioritized by walking out.
Materials Shortage Affecting Major Infrastructure Projects In North TexasShort supplies of steel and concrete are starting to impact major infrastructure projects in North Texas, forcing project schedule changes as managers try to avoid long delays.
North Texas Police Seeing Rise In Road Rage ShootingsPolice in North Texas say road rage shootings are on the rise, and some of those incidents are even deadly.
Erin Moran's Weather UpdateExpect a hot weekend with temperatures in the upper 90s.
Woman Charged With Capital Murder In Stabbing Of 7-Year-Old In DallasTroyshaye Mone Hall, 24, was charged with capital murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Hot And Sunny FridayNothing but heat leading into and on Father's Day this weekend.
Feds Warn Against Fake COVID-19 Vaccine CardsThe CBS 11 I-Team was able to make a purchase for blank vaccine cards advertised online. The listing has been taken down.
Public Utility Commission Grills ERCOT Over Its Call For Texans To Conserve Energy This WeekCalling on Texans to conserve energy just four months after a massive power outage affected millions in the state caused a lot of worry.
Fort Worth's Opal Lee Witnesses History As Juneteenth Federal Holiday Signed Into LawLee was there as President Biden signed the bill into law.
Dallas Police Association Leaders Concerned About Constitutional Carry LawThey say if you want to be a good guy with a gun, take the training even though it's no longer required.
North Texas Veterinarians Seeing Uptick In Ticks Due To Drastic Weather ChangesAfter weeks of rain that quickly switched to hot and humid weather, some North Texas veterinarians are noticing a new trend -- an uptick in ticks.
Child Fatally Stabbed In Dallas, Woman In CustodyThe incident happened at a home in the 2900 block of Frazier Street.
Democratic State Lawmaker Criticizes Texas Governor’s Border Wall Project, Funding"Where are our priorities? We have a very serious electrical grid issue happening right now," she said.
Tarrant County Warning About Passport ScamsSome passport offices are processing record numbers of applications, but efforts to fast track it could lead to disappointment.
Opal Lee's Juneteenth CrusadePresident Biden signed the bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday.
Feds Warn Against Fake COVID-19 Vaccine CardsThe I-Team was able to make a purchase for blank vaccine card advertised online. The listing has been taken down.