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  • DFW dodges the ice, while Corsicana slips and slides

    NORTH TEXAS — North Texans were braced for winter weather that could shut the whole area down, but instead most of the Metroplex got a whole lot of nothing. Even down in Waxahachie, where they played better safe than sorry and cancelled school, the roads were clear with hardly any precipitation. So NewsFix went to the pros at the National Weather Service to find out why we missed the worst case scenario forecast. “When we got a little bit of […]

  • Drew Pearson has some advice for Dez Bryant

    DFW AIRPORT — Legendary Cowboys receiver Drew Pearson opened up his new sports bar at DFW Airport in style, catching a football instead of cutting a ribbon. But was the Original 88 throwing a little shade at the current 88? Right before he made the ceremonial “first catch” he told the assembled crowd, “We know one thing: the Original 88 won’t drop it!” Yeah, there’s no doubt that Cowboys Nation has been pretty upset with Dez Bryant with his declining […]

  • Harvey’s Hamburgers closes, bringing an end to a Dallas burger dynasty

    DALLAS — It was the potential end of an era for Dallas hamburgers Sunday, with Harvey’s Charcoal Burgers officially closing its doors. “Well, I’ve been coming here for over 50 years and you don’t want to miss out on the last opportunity,” said Steve Collins, a longtime customer. The owner, Harvey Gough, has been in the burger business his whole life, and the place is just as famous for his cranky attitude as it is for the food. He even […]

  • Class Act: Plano West senior helps throw birthday parties for homeless kids

    DALLAS — There are some people who are the life of the party. Well, Noah Cousino brings parties to life, and he’s our Class Act of the Week! Noah is a senior at Plano West High School, but he spends a lot of his time at the Birthday Party Project in Dallas. “We set up birthday parties in homeless shelters and transitional living facilities that celebrate kids and families,” Noah said, “Remind them that they’re worth celebrating.” And Noah does […]

  • Country music legend Charlie Daniels calls out Taco Bell for ‘Illuminati’ ad

    LOUISVILLE, KY — Is Taco Bell in league with the nefarious secret society that runs our planet, The Illuminati?? Well, by now you’ve probably seen this commercial running on TV, advertising the fast food joint’s new dollar item as being controlled by the “Belluminati.” Well, country music legend Charlie Daniels is having none of it, tweeting out to Taco Bell that “The Illuminati is not a frivolous subject.” Hey Taco BellThe Illuminati is not a frivolous subject — Charlie Daniels […]

  • Chisolm Challenge gives special needs riders a chance to shine

    FORT WORTH, TX — The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo got its unofficial kickoff with the 15th annual Chisolm Challenge; a horse riding event designed for people living with disabilities. “What the Stock Show people do for Chisolm Challenge and for the special needs is just amazing,” said John Amodei with All Star Equestrian, therapeutic horseback riding foundation. “I can’t say thank you enough and… for these individuals to be able to come here and show off the way […]

  • Eight years after Mike Leach’s firing, lawsuit filed against Texas Tech

    DALLAS — It was the firing that rocked college football in Texas eight years ago, and the battle over it is still raging. Back in December of 2009, Texas Tech fired head football coach Mike Leach, after he ordered Adam James to stand in a dark equipment room following a concussion diagnosis. Adam’s dad, Craig James, as a former SMU star and at the time was an ESPN college football analyst. Leach always disputed the version of events, and his […]

  • DFW Bills fans rally around their leader’s fight with cancer

    DALLAS — Right about now Cowboys fans are still upset that their 22 year streak without a Super Bowl win will continue for at least one more season. But check this: Sunday, Buffalo Bills fans finally got to experience their first playoff game in 18 years, snapping the longest drought in the NFL. Here locally the DFW Bills Backers packed into the Hideaway Bar to witness history. “I have never seen as many people in here as we’ve got today,” […]

  • Class Act: Bryan Adams senior has lofty medical aspirations

    DALLAS — Helping, healing and humility: Lizbeth Ortiz defines all these things, and it makes her our Class Act of the Week. Lizbeth is a senior at Bryan Adams High, and she has a real passion in the field of medicine. “Ever since I was like 5 years old I’ve always wanted to take care of people and I think that’s what everyone wishes to be when they’re little,” said Ortiz. “As I kept expanding on the knowledge of medicine […]

  • Cowboys legend Everson Walls named a Hall of Fame finalist

    FRISCO, TX — Pro scouts said he was too slow to make it in the NFL, and now Everson Walls is a Hall of Fame finalist. “I was always too stubborn to realize how untalented I was,” Walls said. “That’s the best way to put it.” The former Dallas Cowboy went undrafted before the Boys picked him up as a free agent in 1981. He went on to lead the league in interceptions 3 times. He ranks #2 in Cowboys […]