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5904 S Cooper St
Arlington, TX 76017   Directions

(817) 376-9683

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram

808 Throckmorton St
Fort Worth, TX 76102   Directions

(800) 776-7827

Hipster hotel in Arlington? Popular millennial brand might join entertainment district
11/14/2018 6:00am

The entertainment district that includes Six Flags over Texas, AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Park is surrounded by many chain hotels and motels found all across the United States. But Click to Continue

Company ‘skipped town’ to avoid paying $1 million to DFW bus crash victims, suit says
11/14/2018 8:00am

A Fort Worth couple seriously injured in a fatal bus crash in 2013 are suing the bus company, claiming the company has not paid them their $1 million judgment and Click to Continue

What would you do if more than 500 perfectly good bicycles fell into your lap?
11/14/2018 7:00am

Remember all those bicycles roughly 20,000 of them that littered Dallas streets and sidewalks before that city cracked down on its fledgling bike-sharing program Well, more than 500 Click to Continue

Video seems to show black UTSA student escorted from class for having feet propped up
11/13/2018 8:28pm

The University of Texas at San Antonio was investigating after a video posted Monday appeared to show a black student being escorted from class by police for putting her feet Click to Continue

Flight attendant sues American Airlines, says she was dragged down aisle mid-flight
11/13/2018 7:55pm

A flight attendant filed a lawsuit against American Airlines on Friday, claiming the airline failed to act after she said she was assaulted during a flight. Kathy Ida Wolfe said Click to Continue

KDAF TV - CW33 News Fix

KDAF TV - CW33 News Fix

8001 John W Carpenter Frwy
Dallas, TX 75247   Directions

(214) 252-9233

‘MAGA’ building blocks encourage kids to ‘Build the wall’
11/14/2018 9:53am

A conservative website called Keep and Bear that offers up pro-Donald Trump and pro-Second Amendment merchandise is nowtaking orders for a MAGA building block set that encourages children to Build the wall. According to the website, the starter set comes with more than 100 pieces including President Trump in a MAGA hard hat. The set is selling for $29.95 and will begin shipping on Nov. 23rd, the website said. A mob of 10,000 Central American migrants is marching through Mexico

Video shows McDonald’s drive-thru customer attack manager over missing ketchup, police say
11/14/2018 8:46am

SANTA ANA, Calif. A woman was captured on video beating the manager of a California McDonalds recently, and police released the footage Tuesday as they intensified their efforts to catch the assault suspect. The incident began around 11 p.m. on Oct. 27, after the woman went through the drive-thru of the McDonalds restaurant in the 1500 block of North Bristol Street in Santa Ana, according to the Santa Ana Police Department. After getting her food, she apparently became enraged

Here are the 10 ‘Worst Toys’ for the holiday season
11/14/2018 8:44am

DENVER A consumer group has released a list of what it believes is the worst choice of gifts to give to children this holiday season. The group World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc. W.A.T.C.H. said the toys below could be dangerous in the hands of children. Most of the toys included in this list pose serious choking hazards, but there is also the risk of stabbing injuries, blunt force trauma injuries, and even battery acid leaks. 1. Nickelodeon Nella

They told a boy with cerebral palsy to lie down in the water – then they used him as a bridge
11/13/2018 4:42pm

Canadian police are investigating after a boy with cerebral palsy was forced to lie down in a stream so students could walk over him. A Facebookvideoviewed 300,000 times shows 14-year-old Brett Corbett acting as a human bridge across the waterway outside Nova Scotias Glace Bay High School as a female student steps on his back without getting wet. It started as a dare. But then someone threatened to push me, Brett tells theCBC. He was told if he didnt get

Teens record themselves throwing bottles at cars, post it on Snapchat
11/13/2018 4:41pm

MOORE, Okla. Teens who recorded themselves throwing bottles out of a car window at other vehicles and posted the clip to Snapchat are now going viral for the wrong reasons. A concerned mother saw the video on her daughters phone and reported it. If they went out again next weekend, and I had done nothing and maybe someone died I would have lived with that forever, the mother told KFOR. That would have been my fault



400 N Griffin St
Dallas, TX 75202   Directions

(214) 720-4444



5233 Bridge St
Fort Worth, TX 76103   Directions

(817) 451-1111

Texas Board Of Education Votes To Restore Lessons On Clinton, Keller
11/14/2018 9:42am

The Texas Board of Education preliminarily voted Tuesday night to restore Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller to the states history curriculum.

‘The Perfect Gift:’ Company Giving Handgun To Each Employee As ‘Christmas Bonus’
11/14/2018 9:36am

A Wisconsin company that produces novelty glassware is giving each of its employees a handgun of their choice as a Christmas bonus this holiday season.

Wisconsin Company Giving Employees Handguns For Christmas
11/14/2018 8:21am

A Wisconsin-based company is giving each of its employees a handgun for Christmas, the Appleton Post-Crescent reports.

Top Daily Fantasy Players Week 11: O.J. Howard Sneaky Good Option Against Giants
11/14/2018 8:17am

The Bucs tight end has been a nice fantasy option at the position all season. Against a struggling Giants defense, he could put up nice numbers.

Ford, Walmart Test Self-Driving Grocery Delivery Service
11/14/2018 7:33am

Ford and Walmart are teaming up to test a self-driving grocery delivery service.



4805 Amon Carter Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76155   Directions

(800) 232-5927

Dallas Teacher, Staff Training Aims to Help LGBTQ Students
11/14/2018 7:05am

Dallas ISD is on a mission to make sure every student feels safe and respected at school and part of that is creating a culture that has resources for students who identify as LGBT.Just so students see they have the support of the district, Mahoganie Gaston with DISD said. They spend eight to 10 hours or longer of their day in our possession and we want them to know they are fully supported by the district 100 percent. Icy Roads Lead to Crashes in North Texas Overnight Recently nearly 50 teachers and other staff members attended day-long training about how to be better allies to LGBT students in schools. The program is called OUT for Safe Schools and the goal is to have trained allies in every high school in the school district.Genevieve Maye is one of the teachers who attended the training. She is not only a Chemistry teacher at Booker T. Washington High School, she is also a member of the LGBT community. Pilot Killed, 1 Hurt in Jet Crash at TX Air Force Base When I was in high school, I didnt have that support and to me I really needed that support, Maye said. Throughout my high school, I thought I was the only person who was going through this transition. I thought I was the only trans person that existed in the entire world.She and other staff members are trained to help handle issues facing students ranging from bullying, depression and alienation. SC18 Brings Leading Supercomputer Developers to Dallas If you need to come out here, if you need that support system, if you need someone to talk through what does this look like coming out to my parent or when Im at home, I dont feel safe being myself that they have allies in the schools who are here to support them, Gaston said.Thats what we are building here. We are allowing a safe place to be themselves, Maye said. Even if they cant be it at home they can at least be it here so they are not so depressed, they are not thinking about suicide they dont want to end their lives they actually want to start living their lives their way.The trained staff members will be visible and recognizable to students. Each will have a special identification badge saying they are part of the OUT for Safe School program.To make sure that they know that this person wearing this badge has their back, Maye said. No matter whats going on in their life or during their day they can come into our classroom or they can find someone with this badge and they will always have a safe person to talk to.Those who were trained will now be able to train the others in the district to keep the wave of support growing.For me honestly it gives me hope. It gives me hope for the future, Maye said. It helps me see and realize that these youth are going to have support and that they are going to have the ability to grow into adulthood.The Dallas Police Department and staff from the Dallas library system also attended the training because of their work with local youth.Photo Credit: NBC 5

Student Nominates Teacher as Excellent Educator
11/14/2018 6:57am

Everything about Carol Hattens classroom is focused on the future.As an AVID teacher for Chisholm Trail High School in Fort Worth, she prepares her students for college, careers and community service. Icy Roads Lead to Crashes in North Texas Overnight Thats why it meant so much to Hatten when a student from her past nominated her as an Excellent Educator.It just humbles me, said Hatten. Its just such a blessing to me that my students think of me when they leave here. Pilot Killed, 1 Hurt in Jet Crash at TX Air Force Base Nadia Estrada, who is both working and attending college full time, once sat in Hattens classroom and said shes succeeding because of her.When I thought about quitting school because I financially just couldnt do it, I heard her in my head, Nadia, dont drop out of school, said Estrada. SC18 Brings Leading Supercomputer Developers to Dallas In front of her current students and peers, SMUs Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. K.C. Mmeje, presented Hatten with a $1,000 check.All of us wouldnt be where we are today were it not for amazing teachers who poured into us, said Mmeje. Its a personal pleasure of mine to be here and support an outstanding educator like Carol Hatten.The check and Thank You may be a surprise for Hatten, but it was no surprise to those who work with her every day.For someone who has already graduated and transitioned to the next piece of their life to say those kind things, it just speaks to the character of Carol Hatten, said Chisholm Trail Principal Walter Berringer.I would like to think I had a small part in it, but really its them, and Im just boosting and encouraging them, said Hatten.Hatten teaches in the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District and said she planned to use the money toward planning college and career readiness opportunities for her students.Photo Credit: NBC 5 News

37th Annual Fort Worth YMCA Turkey Trot
11/14/2018 10:02am

Join NBC 5 and the YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth for the 37th Annual Fort Worth YMCA Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning, November 22.The Turkey Trot is a fun, family friendly walk/run event that will include a 1K, 5K and 10K race. For many participants, the Turkey Trot has become a Thanksgiving tradition. The atmosphere is full of energy with some participants dressing up in festive costumes. To keep the party going, there will be a live band and snacks given to participants throughout the race. New DNA Testing Underway in Darlie Routier Murder Case All three races will begin at the intersection of Camp Bowie Boulevard and Westridge Avenue with about 13,000 participants from over 40 states participating this year. The opening ceremony begins at 7:40 a.m. and includes an aerobic warm up, singing of patriotic songs, opening prayer and a special welcome from Honorary Race Chair and Master of Ceremonies, Scott Murray and Mayor Betsy Price.Proceeds from this annual event benefit the scholarship/youth program of the YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth. Registration is available now online at Participants can also register on race day. Well trained pets are also welcome for an additional fee of $10. Parker County Identifies Deputy Shot Near Illegal Deer Blind For more information, visit or call the Westside YMCA at 817 244-4544.Fort Worth YMCA Turkey Trot 2018Thanksgiving MorningThursday, November 226115 Camp Bowie Blvd. and Westridge Fort WorthRace Times:1K Gobbler at 8:00 a.m.10K at 8:15 a.m.5K at 8:30 a.m.

Borderline Shooting: 12 Red Roses Express a Father's Grief
11/14/2018 9:55am

Jason Coffman didnt plan out what he was going to say when he spoke Tuesday night at a vigil for his son Cody, who was killed last week when a shooter opened fire in the Borderline Bar in Thousand Oaks.But the 12 red roses the mourning father clutched in his hand filled the spaces where words failed to express his grief and the compassion for those who shared his agony. After saying a few words between sobs to the more than 1,000 people who gathered on a chilly and windy night in Newbury Park, Coffman handed a rose to each family of the 12 victims in last Wednesdays mass shooting. Man Who Survived Vegas Massacre Killed in Calif. Bar Attack I have 12 roses, and I would absolutely be honored to meet the families, right now, one by one, Coffman said.Wearing his blue Dodgers hat and a hooded sweatshirt, Coffman then handed each family a rose and shared tearful embraces and memories of those they had lost. Updates: Download the NBCLA App The size of the crowd, many bundled in jackets, touched friends and family. The gathering was at a park where 22-year-old Cody Coffman umpired for little league baseball teams.When he was here, he didnt think he had an impact on anybody, said friend Brandon Garza. He thought he was just an average guy. Look at what he did. He brought all these people together.Like many of the shooting victims, Cody Coffman had been making plans for what he wanted to do with his life. He was talking with Army recruiters and preparing to fulfill his dream of serving his country, his father said. He loved his three brothers, ages 6 to 9, and was eager for the birth of a baby sister -- due Nov. 29.Before his son left for the Borderline Bar last Wednesday night, Coffman told him not to drink and drive, and that he loved him. Hours later, he was at a family unification center waiting in depseration to hear whether his son had made it out of the Thousand Oaks bar.He then shared the horrible news with those gathered outside the unification center that his son was among those killed.A memorial service Wednesday at 7 p.m. for Cody Coffman will be open to the public at Perez Family Chapel in Camarillo.Photo Credit: KNBC-TV This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Caught on Camera: Dog Swipes Pillow Off Front Porch
11/14/2018 9:44am

A North Texas homeowner captured video of a pup, whos new to the neighborhood, swiping a pillow off her front porch. It appears the dog wasnt happy with his bedding situation and took the liberty of sprucing it upPhoto Credit: NBC 5 News



101 W Abram St
Arlington, TX 76010   Directions

(817) 459-6777



606 Young St
Dallas, TX 75202   Directions

(214) 748-9631

Dallas hotelier, philanthropist Caroline Rose Hunt dies at 95
11/14/2018 10:15am

Caroline Rose Hunt, the woman behind Dallas Mansion on Turtle Creek and the Crescent hotel, died Tuesday after suffering a stroke on Oct. 31.

Laughter truly is the best medicine for this North Texas man
11/14/2018 7:01am

As the support services officer at Texas Health HEB, Anna Riehm and a few others were interviewing this one job candidate won all the sudden he shocked everyone.

Meet Gypsy and Monaco, the bobcats living with a North Texas couple
11/14/2018 6:15am

The McAllisters got to fulfill a life-long dream of owning bobcats now that their two grown children have left the home.

Fort Worth city council approves Botanic Garden entry fees
11/14/2018 12:52am

The Fort Worth City Council overwhelmingly approved fees to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.

From nose job surgery to life support: Family fights to bring her home to Parkland Hospital
11/13/2018 10:19pm

Laura Avilas family is fighting to bring her home.

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