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  • UPDATE: Caught on camera: did NewsFix photographer get physically assaulted?

    UPDATE – We’ve heard back from the Alvin ISD. They told NewsFix that they have started a “complete investigation,” and that “appropriate measures will be taken in accordance with our student code of conduct.”  Arlington PD is also continuing their investigation. ARLINGTON – It’s a punch that could turn out to be very, very costly for one sore loser. Let’s take you back: It was Friday night in Arlington. Highland Park just came back to beat Manvel 53-49 in the 5A […]

  • Travel Fix: Travel Hack your way to Free Travel

    DALLAS — It’s called “travel hacking:” the act of traveling on the cheap by using credit cards, and credit card points. Drew Binsky says taking advantage of credit card points and miles is “essential” if you want to get the best deal. “I currently use the Chase Sapphire Reserve car. It just came out about a year ago, but it has incredible rewards. Like a 50,000 point sign-up bonus and you get three to one if you spend money on food […]

  • American and Southwest handing out $1,000 bonuses to all employees

    DALLAS — The goodwill continues – in the wake of tax reform bill. Two more North Texas based companies are joining the growing list of businesses that are handing out bonuses and dulling out money to area charities. They are Southwest and American Airlines. Southwest says they will be giving every employee a $1,000 bonus, donating an additional 5-million to charity, and ordering 40 more planes to be added to their fleet. They released a statement from their CEO Gary Kelly […]

  • Oncor sending crews to Puerto Rico to help restore power

    DALLAS — The disastrous hurricane that touched down in Puerto Rico may have happened three months ago, but help is still very much needed for residents who remain without power. That’s why Oncor is sending employees and contractors to the island to lend a helping hand. “There are trucks leaving from across our service territory today. First headed to Louisiana and then ultimately to Puerto Rico. We’ll be loading trucks onto a barge in the Gulf,” Kris Spears of Oncor. “About […]

  • What to Expect if You’re Traveling Over Christmas and New Years

    DALLAS — If you’ve already turned on that “out of the office” email reply so you can enjoy the rest of the holiday season, you are not alone. AAA projects a whopping 103 million Americans will either put the pedal to the medal and drive somewhere or snuggle up next to a complete stranger on a plane, making it the busiest travel season on record. In other words – no matter where you are – the roads will be jammed […]

  • YouTube star and successful entrepreneur, Patrick Bet David, knows what it takes to ‘make it’

    DALLAS — Immigrant, military veteran, successful entrepreneur, YouTube star. Basically, everything Patrick Bet David has tried he’s been successful at. The question is, what’s his secret?? NewsFix was taken for a ride (even though we were driving) as David told us all about his life and what makes him the person he is today. Buckle up before you press play on the video above. You’ll need it.

  • Man rents food truck to feed the homeless

    WATERBURY, Conn. – Christmas is around the corner, but for Jaspal Singh the cheer came a little bit sooner. “In the spirit of the holiday I want to do something special,” Singh told WTIC. Singh has been working in Waterbury for around five years. In that time he says the community has embraced him as one of their own. Singh observed how many of his surrounding community members go to sleep hungry. So he did something about it.​ On Saturdays Singh rents […]

  • Dallas Mavericks honor wounded veterans during annual Seats for Soldiers event

    DALLAS —  A hero’s homecoming for some of our nation’s bravest. These military men and women were honored for their service and sacrifice. “The amazing thing for these guys is that it takes away all the pain and the suffering you’re going through, and when you come here it just makes you forget,” said Robert Rupar, a veteran of the U.S. Army. More than 100 wounded veterans were flown into DFW International for the 13th annual “Seats for Soldiers.” “A lot […]

  • Terry Glenn, former Cowboys wide receiver, killed in car crash in Irving

    IRVING — Sad news for Cowboys nation. Former wide receiver Terry Glenn was killed early Monday morning in a car crash in Irving. The Irving Police Department says Glenn was going eastbound on 114 when he hit the barrier that separates the ‘normal’ lanes from the ‘express lanes.’ The car rolled, ejecting glenn. He was declared dead on scene. A passenger believed to be his fiancé was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Glenn, who played for the Cowboys between […]

  • Cut the Check: Cochran Law Firm donates to Harvey relief

    DALLAS — For weeks, we’ve asked you to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Thanks to all of you who have donated! Today, CW33 landed another big donation thanks to the Cochran Law Firm.