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Breaking and local news from the staff of CBS 11 News in D/FW.

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A Texas onion farmer was making his morning rounds, when he came across five young abandoned migrant girls on Mother's Day near the Rio Grande River.

Houston Area Leaders Pass Resolution In Support Of Pardoning George Floyd For 2004 Drug Arrest

The Tarrant County District Attorney's Office has a warning for residents across the state: someone may have your personal information and may be filing for unemployment benefits.

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Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Spends Over $240,000 On Facebook Advertising In Last Two Months

He admitted to shooting his neighbor's dog for defecating in his yard, now Rolf Meier, 76, is behind bars facing an animal cruelty charge.

Man Shot While Trying To Sell Handgun, Irving Police Say

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Dallas Omni Hotel says it all this morning. This image being shared all over social media. #BackTheBlue 

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Organizer of protest says the man police call a suspect is his brother and says his brother didn't shoot anyone.

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#BREAKING: 3 officers deceased. 10 shot according to DPD Chief Brown. Two snipers fired shots.

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#BREAKING : Sources confirm to CBS 11 News that the driver who was injured in a rollover crash this morning is boxer Errol Spence Jr. of DeSoto:

Yes, actual snow! Snow falls in parts of North Texas amid Winter Weather Advisory:

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#BREAKING UPDATE: Hunt County officials confirm multiple people shot at a party venue outside Greenville. Three air ambulances took victims to Medical City Plano, a trauma hospital. Other victims were taken to hospitals in Greenville, Quinlan and Commerce.

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Dallas ISD teacher allegedly paid student $30k in hush money after sexual relationship

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THIS MAN IS NO LONGER A SUSPECT: Mark Hughes was released from custody. Did not shoot.

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Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is scheduled to begin service to Hawaii on March 17 and tickets from four California cities went on sale today -- with introductory fares as low as $49.

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