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Father Saves Daughter

Dad to the rescue! When Andrew Grande saw an alligator heading towards his 4-year-old girl, he became the big time hero his little girl always knew he was! Starlene Stringer

Woman With A Heart Of Gold

It seemed that life was finally giving her a break. A single mom down to her last $7 found a $1 bill in a grocery store parking lot. So she walked back into the store, bought a lottery ticket, and won $100…

Madelyn Can Run Freely Again

Madelyn underwent knee replacement surgery, she's also Maryrose's niece, "She’s autistic and was never able to run without her knees popping out until she was 18... she’s 19 now and can finally run freely again!"

Breathing Free Again

A Fort Worth teenager who was struck by lightning in Florida is doing better and is now off a ventilator. Fourteen-year-old Jacob Brewer is in a hospital in Tampa. He was struck by lightning nearly two weeks ago while on the beach with his family.

93-Year-Old Veteran in Hog Heaven

A 93-year-old veteran of World War II is enjoying his seaside town once again, now that he can get around on his new mobility scooter done up like a Harley Davidson.

Saving Businesses

We’ve seen lots of displays of kindness of recent weeks and you can add this to the list… A local couple donated their stimulus check to save a local business. Richard and fan Hawkins gave $2,400 dollars to the Dallas Vintage Shop, a company that usually makes costumes, but now makes masks.

Dak Donates $1million Dollars

Dallas Cowboys Quarterback, Dak Prescott, is donating $1 million dollars to fight racism and improve police training across the nation. Click the link to see what he has to say about his donation and what's going on throughout the country! ~ Starlene Stringer

Local Teen Talks to Celeb

Thanks to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, a North Texas teen battling leukemia got to talk with actress Amy Poehler. Click the link to see what they discussed! ~ Starlene Stringer

Local Hospital Wedding

A local couple didn’t let Covid-19 ruin their wedding plans. Instead, they just changed things a bit. Okay, a lot. Adela Silva and Erick de Santiago exchanged their wedding vows using FaceTime. Nurse Silva’s coworkers helped make it as traditional as possible, as they attended the wedding with the bride from inside a Children’s Health Hospital break room! ~ Starlene Stringer

Mark Cuban Helping Out

Dallas Mavericks Owner joins ABCNews Live at 7 pm ET after the NBA suspends its season due to the novel Coronavirus outbreak. “Where we can support those vendors, where I can give them extra work...that's exactly what we're going to do."

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