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TobyMac's Oldest Son Has Died

PRAYERS PLEASE... TobyMac's oldest son, Truett Foster McKeehan, has passed away. He was only 21-years-old. According to reports, he died on or the day after his father's birthday. Just tragic! Our thoughts and prayers go out to their entire family and we'd love for you to keep them in your thoughts and prayers too.

Blue Bucket Meaning

Lots of little ones are dressing up and heading out to get candy & treats at fall festivals and schools, this week and next. When they do, some will be carrying a blue bucket. Not only do they help spread awareness about Autism, it lets us know the child carrying it may have autism too.

Baby Born in Storm

The baby born during the recent storms in North Texas has been named. Her name is Sekani, which means Joy. But her mom says they may nickname her Stormy or Rain.

Kind to the Elderly

The family of 88-year-old, Opal Zucca, was recently brought to tears by what they saw on their Ring doorbell video. It showed a sanitation worker escorting their beloved family member back to her door and putting her trash can back in place too. A little kindness goes a long way!

Team Sings on Sidelines

What would you do if there was no one to sing the National Anthem at your game? Some local football players decided they’d sing it themselves. You’ve gotta see the Granbury Pirates proudly placing their hands over their hearts and singing on the sidelines.

Hide It

If you’ve ever hidden a shopping bag, new box of shoes or anything… so your spouse wouldn’t see it, you’re going to love this. A woman named Ebony Freeman has a doormat that reads, "Please Hide Packages from Husband." Well, a UPS driver tried his best to do it!

Fair Wedding

You only have 7 DAYS left to make memories at the State Fair of Texas. Orlando and Clarissa Lewellen will never forget their visit this year. They got married at the State Fair of Texas. She held a stick of cotton candy instead of a bouquet and their wedding cake was a layered funnel cake. The fair closes this Sunday. 

Yes or No

Remember being asked to the homecoming dance? A Terrell High School cheerleader will never forget her invite. She was serenaded by a 17-year-old who can really sing. But did she say, YES or NO?!?! 

A Bible and a Hug

The Dallas County Judge who presided over the Amber Guyger trial is addressing her critics. Some people complained about Judge Tammy Kemp hugging Guyger and giving her a Bible, after the former Dallas police officer was sentenced to 10 years in prison. The Judge says, “She asked me if God would forgive her. And I said, ‘Yes I believe he will. He will forgive you.’ And then she said, ‘I don’t even have a Bible. I don’t know where to begin. I don’t even have a Bible.’ And the Judge said, ‘I’ll get you one.’ The Judge gave Guyger her Bible, a scripture to read, and a hug. Judge Kemp says, "I had to extend love and compassion to her."

Neighborly Love

A veteran who had a messy yard, now has a clean yard and house, thanks to caring neighbors. Blake Moore offered to help the retired Vietnam vet clean his yard. To their surprise, several others decided to donate their time too. What a great example of neighborly love!

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