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  • ‘Plan for the worse and hope for the best’: Mayor of Honolulu prepares for Hurricane Lane heading towards island

    HONOLULU, HI– A year ago today, Harvey was just a glint in the Gulf of Mexico. It was a tropical storm that weakened. A mere three days later, it was a category four hurricane that hit Southeast Texas, damaging and destroying 100,000 homes and killed more than 80 people. Fast forward to today, all eyes are on Hawaii. Not because of its beautiful beaches but because a category five hurricane is getting closer and closer. “It’s going to be close […]

  • Man arrested for impersonating Grapevine police officer

    GRAPEVINE — Someone please tell this man  that it’s not Halloween. Raimond Jett Nutz was arrested for impersonating a police officer. Grapevine Police said the 24-year-old pulled over a woman on State Highway 26 for “speeding” but told her she wouldn’t get a ticket if she gave him some cash. That’s when the woman knew something wasn’t right about this officer. She trusted her gut instinct and drove off. She said the man was driving a white Ford Crown Vic […]

  • Wildfires continue to burn in California

    VACAVILLE, CA — Wildfires in California continue to burn without any signs of stopping, and now residents from the Mendocino Complex are under a mandatory evacuation of their homes. The fire has consumed more than 335,000 and destroyed roughly 157 homes. “We have firefighters who have been fighting these fires around the clock,” said Senator Kamala Harris, (D) California. “Many throughout the state have lost their own homes when they fight these fires, and they are making difficult decisions with limited […]

  • Student denied lunch because she owed 15 cents to school!

    TEXAS — Imagine being lunched shamed because you were a little short in cash. Well, that happened to a Florida teen. She was denied lunch over a mere 15 cents! “She puts her food on the tray, gets to the front, gives her number to the cashier and she says, well, you owe 15 cents. And she said she didn’t have any money. So the cashier took her food.” said Kimberly Aiken, mother of the young girl. And to make […]

  • Dallas student raises money for the ‘Pink Lemonade Stand Challenge’

    DALLAS– You know the saying, when life give you lemons, make lemonade. Well, Skylar Kaye is doing just that by standing up for a cause all while putting Texas on the map. It’s called the ‘Pink Lemonade Stand Challenge.’ The concept was originally started by nine-year-old Brynne Rhodes who wanted to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation after her mom was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer. Now, children from all over the U.S. are up for the […]

  • Ready, set, fight! Water balloon fights hits the streets of Deep Ellum but it’s all for a good cause

    DEEP ELLUM– Ready, set, fight! The largest water balloon fight took place in Deep Ellum on Sunday. This one-day event was adults only and it benefited Foundation 45 a local non-profit offering free mental health, addiction and suicide prevention counseling to the community. “Today was water balloon wars which is our largest fundraiser of the year. It’s a giant water balloon fight we have food trucks, water slides, alcohol, DJ’s. All kinds of fun things and it’s a really easy […]

  • Teen who pushed ‘friend’ off bridge is now facing jail time

      PORTLAND, OR– She says she thought it was a harmless joke. “She had asked me to give her a push and I didn’t think about the consequences I thought she’d be fine,” Taylor Smith told Good Morning America. But now 18-year-old Taylor Smith is being charged with reckless endangerment after she pushed her friend 16-year-old Jordan Holgerson off a bridge in Washington State. “I have five broken ribs. There’s air bubbles in my chest. I could have died easily.” […]

  • Concert collapse: fans injured at Backstreet Boys concert

    THACKERVILLE, OK– Backstreet Boys were back and then just like that, they were gone. The 90’s hit boy band was set to perform in at the WinStar Casino Oklahoma on Saturday but a strong storm swept the area causing a structure to collapse right before they hit the stage. Officials say the storms came through fast. “They notified patrons in the area who were standing outside the concert venue waiting in line for it to open. That they need to seek […]

  • Organizations come together to help families in need before school starts

    DEEP ELLUM– It’s the last weekend before school starts and what a better way to end it than by helping those in need. Well, that’s exactly what Hope Supply Co. and Feed the Children hope to do. “What we are doing here today, we are assisting 400 families in need. We are handing out food, essentials and AVON within these boxes that are set to sustain a family of four up to a week. This event is sponsored by Teleperformance.” said […]

  • Help an animal in need: Adoption fees waived this Saturday!

    ANNA, TX–If you have been thinking about adopting a pet, well it’s your lucky day. Dallas, along with other cities nationwide will take part in  ‘Clear the Shelters’ event where all adoption fees will be waived. “All of the adoptions will be fee waived. The animal will still be spayed, neutered, micro-chipped, current on vaccinations and heart worm tested if applicable. The adoption process is the same its just the adoption is going to be fee waived and its really […]