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East Texas Professional Credit Union Player of the Week: Berlyn Grossman
Berlyn Grossman named East Texas Professional Credit Union Player of the Week
Bullard softball star named player of the week
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Fort Worth muralist brings art and representation to the city’s forgotten walls
Juan Velazquez’s name and Instagram handle grace nearly 70 walls across Fort Worth, mostly in underserved, poorer neighborhoods.
The deadliest volcanic eruption in US history happened 42 years ago Wednesday
Fifty-seven people were killed when Mount St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980. It is the deadliest volcanic eruption in U.S. history.
At 70, a North Texas man used a DNA test to learn who his dad was. Instead, he found a whole family waiting for him
Michael Bennett has uncovered a world -- and a happy ending -- he never fully imagined.
Teen starts lawn care business to raise money for his adoption
Tyce Pender, 14, started his own lawn service to help fund a heartwarming project.
'We are human beings' | The AAPI community is speaking up against hatred and discrimination
Since the height of COVID-19, the number of attacks against the AAPI community are up. And people everywhere are standing up against the hate.
'I can't sit here and be quiet' | Texas woman found her daughter raped, strangled 5 years ago. Now, she advocates for sexual assault survivors.
“When I kind of pieced all of that together, I was like ‘Wait, she could be alive had someone done their job, had someone believed,’” the mother said.
Why is there a growing debate over kids getting smartphones?
Young children are pressuring parents for phones, some are saying no.
Texas teen to become youngest law grad in SMU history and African American law grad in U.S. history
Taylor Schlitz said she thrived at working at her own pace and by 13 she graduated from high school. At 16, she was accepted into nine different law schools.
Diapers or dog treats? | More young people choosing to be pet parents before, instead of human parents
The dog mom and dog dad life is the top choice for more and more young people, as finances, education, and societal standards change what it means to start a family.
Couple falls in love while recovering from heart, lung transplants in Houston
Bobby Channell and Faith Crouch met at Nora's Home, a facility that offers care for organ transplant patients at the Texas Medical Center.
He’s been in foster care for most of his life. At 13, all Tim wants is a chance to be someone’s son.
Tim has been in foster care for 10 years. He was just 3 years old when he entered the system.
East Texas mom shares her remarkable pregnancy journey in honor of Mother's Day
Due to COVID-19 complications during her pregnancy, Lesly Lino almost lost her life.
‘The smell is putrid death’: They had a nice place in the country – until hundreds of thousands of chickens moved in next door
Sanderson Farms, which is expanding throughout Texas, says their chicken growers follow Texas air quality rules, best practices
Texas woman buys 2,000-year-old sculpture for $34.99 at Goodwill
The marble sculpture, which dates from the late 1st century BC to the early 1st century AD, disappeared from Germany after World War II and once belonged to a king.
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