Behind the Lens with Fort Worth Photographer Rambo Elliot – CBS Dallas/Fort Worth

ByDavid M. Conte

Apr 4, 2022

AM Weather Update with Brittany RaineyAM Weather Update with Brittany Rainey

Coppell native Solomon Thomas uses his fame to save livesSolomon and his parents started “The Defensive Line” Foundation to raise awareness of youth suicide. Solomon lost his sister, Ella, to suicide. The Thomas family hopes their tragic loss will help win the fight against youth suicide.

Sports Illustrated’s Bob Harig on the rivalry between Tiger Woods and Phil MickelsonSports Illustrated golf writer Bob Harig chats with CBS 11’s Bill Jones about his new book about “golf’s most fascinating rivalry.”

WWII veteran in Dallas celebrates 100th birthdayWorld War II veteran Cal McCowin celebrated his 100th birthday with a drive-in parade.

Sunday weather update at 10:00 p.m.Tomorrow is a day of first weather alert.

Behind the Lens with Fort Worth Photographer Rambo ElliotElliot, whose work is featured on Leon Bridge albums and has worked with Jon Batiste, talks to CBS 11’s Keith Russell.

‘Sexy After Dark’ Country Musician Joshua Ray Walker Makes Dallas ProudIf you haven’t heard of Dallas born and raised Joshua Ray Walker yet, chances are you will soon.

Dallas police working to find answers to fatal concert shootingOne person was killed and 11 others were injured after a shooting at a concert in South Dallas on Saturday night April 2.

First day of weather alert declared for tomorrowWe are now subject to an increased risk of severe storms tomorrow. The main concerns will be large hail and wind, but a few tornadoes are possible.

Slight risk of stromg to severe storms tomorrowStorms will bring excessive precipitation, hail and wind tomorrow afternoon into the night.

One dead and at least 10 shot dead in Dallas concert hall shooting Saturday nightAccording to the Dallas Police Department, the shooting took place around 11:36 p.m. in the 5000 block of Cleveland Road in Dallas. Officers learned that multiple victims had been shot, including three child victims who had all been transported to an area hospital.

Saturday weather update at 10:00 p.m.Here is the latest forecast from meteorologist Brittany Rainey.

Chances of rain return to North Texas on MondayThere is a chance of severe weather on Monday, but it won’t be as powerful as last week’s storm.

DFW Airport Program Helps Kids With Autism Get a Real Airplane ExperienceAfter a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the “It’s Cool To Fly American” program is back to help hundreds of families with autistic children gain real-world airport and airplane experience.

Fort Worth borough holds vote on resort for victims of human traffickingOakhurst residents are concerned about a local church compound for victims of human trafficking.

Warm and sunny weekendHowever, there is a risk of rain.

CBS 11 Reporters Honored to Host Plano Police AwardsErin Jones and JD Miles hosted the 47th Plano Police Awards Banquet Friday night.

WWE Excitement Comes to North TexasThe fun continues in Dallas and Arlington through Monday.

COVID-19 asylum limits at US-Mexico border to end May 23The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Friday that it was ending a policy that limited asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

3-alarm fire at North Oak Cliff apartments displaces residentsThe call arrived around 4:34 p.m. in the 800 block of North Marsalis Avenue at Comal Street — not far from Lake Cliff Park.

3 injured in ax attack at Richardson cafeIt happened at I Love U A-Latte at W. Campbell Road at Nantucket Drive west of Central Expressway.

Azle High School now the permanent home of the Pearl Harbor relicThanks to a teenager from North Texas, Azle High School is now home to part of the USS Arizona.

COVID-19 asylum limits at US-Mexico border to end May 23The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Friday that it was ending a policy that limited asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Plans to relieve pain at the pump likely won’t have an impact soonNorth Texans won’t see much change until the economy fully adjusts, which can take months.