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  • WE Day comes to North Texas

    GARLAND, TX — What would bring the stars of High School Musical, Modern Family and Emmitt Smith all out to Garland? Well it’s called WE Day, and it’s an annual day of empowerment for thousands of students all over the country. “You have what it takes to change the world,” Smith told the audience. “Be encouraged, give of your time, your talent and help others.” Over at the Culwell Center over 8,000 kids packed the arena, hearing from a huge […]

  • Parkland students hold Twitter Q&A

    NATIONWIDE — They’ve become some of the most well known and definitely youngest activists in America and today Twitter hosted a live Q&A with six of the Parkland students heading up the March for our Lives in DC, giving viewers a chance to get to know them better. Like Ryan Deitsch, who is the founder of the school’s improv club; Emma Gonzalez, who described herself as a Hufflepuff; and David Hogg, who is the director of the school’s TV news […]

  • The Cowboys are the ONLY team without a free agent signing in 2018

    FRISCO, TX — NFL Free Agency has reached the end of its first week, and while other top NFC teams like the Eagles and Vikings have made some huge moves, your Cowboys have done… nothing. Yeah, at the moments the Boys are the only team in the NFL to not add or re-sign a player through free agency. Their only move came before it started, putting the 2018 franchise tag on Demarcus Lawrence. They’ve lost some players, though. Linebacker Anthony […]

  • Dallas announces grand marshal for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    DALLAS — Get your Green on! St. Patrick’s Day is this Saturday, and according to the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend around 5.9 billion dollars for the holiday, the most ever. That’s a lot of green beer, and a lot of it will be poured down in Dallas on Greenville Avenue for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. “This is the best day in Dallas,” said Kevin Vela, the chairman of the board for the Greenville Avenue Area Business […]

  • Your bracket might get busted in Dallas!

    DALLAS — It’s March Madness in Dallas! And with the tourney tipping off at the AAC Thursday, the teams hit the floor to shoot around on Wednesday. The first two out there: Wright State and Loyola-Chicago. Hey, that’s the best part of the tournament: school’s you’ve never heard of, taking on powerhouses, trying to go on a Cinderella run and bust some brackets! Even if, like 14-seeded Wright State, they know what they’re up against when they play a team […]

  • Former secret service agent gives inside look on Austin bombing investigation

    DALLAS — Robert Caltabiano served 23 years in the US Secret Service, so he knows exactly what investigators on the ground in Austin are looking for. “It’s really the DNA that’s involved. If they can get any DNA testing on the packaging in and of itself, also looking at the device,” Caltabiano said. “So if the device hasn’t been shred in pieces they’ll try to take that, put that back together to see how it’s been operating and the operating […]

  • Plano company has a new way to embrace March Madness

    PLANO — It’s that time of year again, when March Madness takes over! But for businesses the it can mean big losses. According to WalletHub, the NCAA Tourney cost businesses $6.3 billion last year thanks to the drop in productivity. Yeah filling out those brackets and watching TV means a lot of lost time. Not to mention all that paper and toner for the brackets! That ain’t free! But while some bosses try to force a basketball blackout, one local […]

  • UTA falls short, but TCU earns first NCAA Tourney bid since 1998

    ARLINGTON, TX — March Madness is taking over DFW! This year, Big D will finally get in on the action with the AAC hosting first and second round games on Thursday and Saturday. But would any local teams be repping the area? The UT Arlington Mustangs were trying to lock up a spot in the tourney at the Sun Belt Conference Championship, and UTA fans packed the Grease Monkey to cheer their team on. It’s been ten years since UTA […]

  • Class Act: Ft Worth Country Day senior earns prestigious scientific honor

    FORT WORTH — He may just be in high school, but Nikhil De’s dreams are light-years away and it’s what makes him our Class Act of the Week. Nikhil is a Senior at Fort Worth Country Day, and already a top-level astrophysicist. In fact, he just finished a huge research project with Dr. Kat Barger at TCU, titled “Examining the Internal Kinematics of Interacting Dwarf-Dwarf Galaxy Pairs with SDSS-MaNGA”. Phew! That’s a mouthful, but here’s what it means! “Scientists predict […]

  • Check out the progress on the new Rangers stadium

    ARLINGTON — It may not look like much now but two years from now this will be where the Rangers play. On Wednesday, the team gave an update on Globe Life Field, and while it’s just a big hole now, it won’t be long before fans start to see the stadium go up. “We’ll pour a lot of concrete. Our first deck pour will occur in about a month and then they’ll pour on a regular basis through the summer,” […]