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  • Thomas Jefferson exhibit coming to the African American Museum in Dallas

    DALLAS — On June 19, 1865, slaves in Texas were freed and the holiday now known as Juneteenth was born! Only problem is, it was two years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. Now fast forward to today, where the African American Museum in Dallas is celebrating Juneteenth by introducing a new exhibit that’s coming in September called “Slavery At Jefferson’s Monticello: Paradox Of Liberty”. “The exhibit that’s coming here in a few months is not the story of […]

  • Simon Says: Why my mom had the best advice about depression

    DALLAS — I know people who wanted to be Kate Spade. They wanted her style, entrepreneurial spirit and her success. Now, both Spade and Bourdain have “suicide” in common. For a while now, we’ve all heard the advice of how, when it comes to depression, you should speak-out to someone, get help, and call an 1-800 number. That’s all good, but there’s more advice that might be getting lost in all this. It’s something my mom used to tell me, and lately […]

  • The World Cup is coming to America and Dallas could benefit big time

    DALLAS — The World Cup may be taking place in Russia this year, but come 2026, the tournament will be back in The States for the first time since 1994! The joint bid from the U.S., Mexico, and Canada beat out Morocco at Wednesday’s FIFA vote in Moscow. “You know, there’s no doubt that when the World Cup is here in eight years it’s going to do incredible things to elevate the sport of soccer to levels we probably can’t even […]

  • Gun background checks not done for a year because Florida employee couldn’t log in

    TALLAHASSEE, FL — When it comes to boo-boos, there are really just two different kinds: a small one and a large one. The boo-boo this story is about – is of the large variety. You see, it was discovered that the State of Florida didn’t do background checks on concealed-carry permit applications for over a year. Why? Because the bureaucrat in charge of it couldn’t log into the system. Seriously. According to a state Inspector General investigation – between February of […]

  • Watch as NewsFix take an IndyCar across the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge

    DALLAS — The loud noises. The fast speeds. The cars jockeying to cross the finish line first. It’s the stuff you can only find at places like Texas Motor Speedway. That is… unless IndyCar is headed to a city near you. “This is the street legal two-seater Indy Car and it is used for promotional use around each and every city that has an IndyCar race,” said Chase Crawford, with the IndyCar Experience. It’s what IndyCar dreams are made of. Oh! […]

  • Commuter Convo: The storied history of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

    DALLAS — From the uniform to the hardworking women that currently fill the boots of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, it’s a tradition that stands the test of time. “America’s Sweetheart’s”, as they’re sometimes called, have been around since 1960, but really began to their rise to fame in the 1970s. The question is, have they always been looked at as America’s Sweetheart’s?? We asked that question and more to Toni Washington, a former member of the DCC and one of the […]

  • NFL rules changes: players must stand for National Anthem if on the field

    ATLANTA, GA — As the Cowboys got busy on the field for some organized team activities (better known as OTA’s), the powers that be at the NFL were busy changing some rules for the upcoming season during their spring meeting in Atlanta. And one of the changes that’ll be, by far, the most controversial – is the one they made when it comes to the National Anthem. The new rule will allow players to stay in the locker room during the […]

  • Lupe Valdez wins Texas primary, will face Gov. Abbott in November

    NORTH TEXAS — Democrats headed to the polls Tuesday for a statewide runoff in the gubernatorial race between former Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez and Houston businessman Andrew White. Since the polls closed, it’s been close with Valdez holding a narrow lead. And in the end, that’s the way it ended: Lupe Valdez walked away with the win and will face Governor Greg Abbott in the general election in November. Turnout is low, which isn’t too surprising for runoff elections. […]

  • Remember the Heroes: Lt. Johnny Craver

    DALLAS — There’s no doubt about it, Lt. Johnny Craver was a military man through and through. “His whole life he wanted to be a soldier,” said his Mother, Phyllis Broomfield. “One thing that caught our eye after he was killed: we found a letter in his possession that was addressed to him that said, ‘We’re sorry to inform you Mr. Craver, but your request to enlist in the United States Army has been denied at this time. Please try […]

  • Rudy Giuliani helps sell North Texas homes

    FARMERS BRANCH — By day Rudy Giuliani may spend his time working for the president’s legal team but by night – he sells houses in North Texas. That’s right. The former mayor of New York and longtime Trump confidant may be making headlines for not really towing the Trump company line when it comes to Stormy Daniels, but when it comes to selling houses…he may be the key. Or at least his name is. Giuliani made the stop in Farmers […]