CBS 11 5233 Bridge Street Fort Worth, Texas 76103 12001 N. Central Expressway Suite 1300 Dallas, Texas 75243 Station Phone: 817-451-1111 News Tips: 817-496-7711 firstname.lastname@example.org Upload News Pics Here Upload Weather Pics Here Station Feedback: Email Programming:  TXA 21 5233 Bridge Street Fort Worth, Texas 76103 12001 N. Central Expressway Suite 1300 Dallas, Texas 75231 Station Phone: 817-451-1111 News Tips: 817-496-7711 Station Feedback: Email Program Director: Email Website Feedback: Email Sales Inquiries: Email Twitter  MeTV TXA 21.2 KTXA 21.2 airs the complete Me-TV program schedule, featuring more than 50 different classic television programs every week.
People in a Northwest Dallas neighborhood say they are concerned about the hydrants on their streets after a fire ripped through a home on Royal Club Lane. Six people, including a man, his pregnant wife, their toddler daughter and three visiting friends, escaped with no major injuries.
More than 100 years after her Swiss ancestors settled in what is now Old East Dallas, Canadian Susan Moser Scott and about 200 of her relatives came back to revisit their families' old stomping grounds near what is now White Rock Lake. Descendants of the Buhrer and Moser families traveled from as far away as California, Maryland, Zurich and, of course, Canada to learn about their ancestors and reconnect with distant cousins.
Samuel Bistrian, founder and CEO of Roma Boots, wants to "give poverty the boot" using the buy-one-give-one movement popularized with Toms shoes and Warby Parker eyeglasses. For every pair of his rain boots sold online or in stores, the 30-year-old Romania-born Dallasite gives a pair to a child in need in poorer nations.
A 16-year-old has been linked through DNA evidence to an attack on a woman in South Dallas last year and is facing an aggravated assault charge, Dallas police said Friday. The woman was found severely beaten and nude in September at Opportunity Park in the 3100 block of Pine Street, near Malcolm X Boulevard.
A man was shot in the leg late Friday while trying to leave the grocery store he had just robbed, Dallas police said. About 11:30 p.m., 23-year-old Darion Washington-Green entered the Snappy Foods in the 1800 block of St. Augustine Road and demanded money, police said in a news release.