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  • Class Act: Keller High senior creates new intramural sports program

    KELLER — High school sports can be one of the most stressful things in a student’s life, but Andrew Nelson is out to change all that, making him our Class Act of the Week. Andrew is a senior at Keller High, where for years he was a top-flight tennis player. “I became one of the top-ranked players in the state of Texas and I just got burned out because I was playing all the time,” said Andrew. “I was practicing […]

  • Charles Barkley slams the NBA, praises Dirk

    DALLAS — NBA Legend Charles Barkley was in Dallas today, speaking at the SMU Athletic Forum, and gave one of the most wide-ranging interview you’ll ever see, hitting on Confederate statues, protests, police brutality, Trump’s immigration policies, youth football and Jerry Jones. But he saved his greatest discussion, and greatest bashing, for the current state of the NBA. “Everybody knew last year that it was going to be the Cavaliers and the Warriors in the Finals and the Warriors were […]

  • Zeke loses on the field but wins another court battle

    The Cowboys got some good news in the courts Monday. The federal judge in Sherman denied the NFL`s appeal for a stay in his ruling that Ezekiel Elliott can keep playing. That means Zeke will stay on the field while the case goes to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals–a case the NFL has requested be expedited. It’s all part of the off-the-field battle between the Cowboys and the NFL. Some reports Sunday claimed Jerry Jones is blocking Roger Goodell`s […]

  • Denver dominates Dallas 42-17

    DENVER — It was a disaster in Denver for the Dallas Cowboys. For starters, the weather was so bad it sparked an hour long delay in the first quarter… and the Cowboys play was even worse. The Broncos crushed the Boys 42-17, dropping Dallas to 1-1 on the season. Everything that could go wrong did. A week after holding the Giants to 3 points, the defense had no answer for Trevor Siemian and the Broncos offense. It was the first […]

  • Class Act: Senior mentors elementary school girls in robotics and engineering

    DALLAS — Building robots and building up young girl’s futures. It’s a combo that makes Emma Shore our Class Act of the Week! Emma is a Senior at The Hockaday School, and the president of JETS, the school’s robotics team. “JETS is like a family to me. We’re here almost every day,” Emma said. “We compete in robotics, we usually do pretty well.” And Emma’s done pretty well herself. She’s received the U.S. Presidential Volunteer Service Award, and as a […]

  • Boys or Broncos? Who is DeMarcus Ware cheering for on Sunday?

    FRISCO — DeMarcus Ware spent years dominating as a Dallas Cowboy, but he closed his career as a Denver Bronco, where he won his only Super Bowl. So will Ware be in Denver this Sunday when his two former teams face off? “I’ll be there. I’ll be there at the game with the kids,” Ware said. “I mean the D and the D, both of the guys are playing so I got to come and see that.” Now the big […]

  • Dak closes in on another NFL passing record

    FRISCO, TX — With all the offseason focus on Zeke, it’s almost possible to forget the guy who was actually Rookie of the Year last season: Dak Prescott. In case you stopped keeping track, Dak’s run to open his career is still historically hot. He’s now 14-2 in games where he’s played all 4 quarters, and in his 17 total starts he’s only thrown 4 interceptions. Just for comparison, Tony Romo threw 4 picks in the first 3 quarters he […]

  • Dallas ISD students begin training for Mayor’s Race

    DALLAS — A marathon is the ultimate test of endurance in an athlete, so it doesn’t hurt to start training for one early. Today kicked off the new Dallas ISD “Three Months to Two Miles” initiative, leading up to the Oncor Mayor’s Race on December 9, the day before the BMW Dallas Marathon. The two-mile race is open to all DISD students. “For these kids it will be a three-month training program,” said the president of the Dallas Marathon, Paul […]

  • Jersey of the Game: Troy Aikman throwback has special meaning

    ARLINGTON — We love our Cowboys jerseys, whether they are current stars, throwback legends or guys who don’t even play here anymore. Every home Cowboys game, we’re out at the tailgating parties looking for one that stands out from the others: the Jersey of the Game! Ernesto Martinez is throwing it way back, with the uniform Troy Aikman rocked in his college days at UCLA. But there’s also a special meaning for this jersey. “It was my Uncle’s jersey,” said […]

  • Cowboys roll over Giants; NFL appeals Zeke’s case to the Fifth Circuit

    ARLINGTON — The Cowboys rolled to a season opening 19-3 win over the Giants Sunday night, and it wasn’t the high powered offense that starred in this one, but the D. “We all prepared. We came into the game knowing that we had the game on lock,” said Demarcus Lawrence, who had two sacks on the night. “And we went out there and showed it tonight.” Of course, all eyes were still on Ezekiel Elliott. Thanks to a federal court […]