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Welcome Lucchese

The Fort Worth Zoo asked for our help naming its newest giraffe calf. The votes are in and the winning name is Lucchese (a Texas boot brand). Lucchese isn’t little. The calf was more than 6 feet tall and 174 pounds at birth! ~ Starlene Stringer

Cops and Coach Team Up

Remember you first ever job interview? An Allen High School football player will never forget his. He actually thought he was gonna miss it, because his mom had to have surgery that day. But when his coach found out, he called Allen PD. Police officers took him to Market Street for the job interview, bought him some new clothes and gave him some priceless advise too! ~ Starlene Stringer

Swim for Life

If you were drowning and in need of aid, could your child swim for help? Chase Poust did. The 7-year-old swam for an hour to reach the shore, where he was able to get help for his father and his little sister. (photo credit: FOX)  ~ Starlene Stringer

Fair Fun Returns

He's baaack! Officials with the State Fair of Texas say the fair will be back in business this year. Covid precautions will be in place, but the fair won't be a drive-thru event. You and your family can walk around the the fair grounds and take pics with Big Tex in person (Sept 24-Oct 18)!

Foodie for Life

Think you're a foodie? A woman who lived to be 97-years-old has us beat. She loved her favorite recipe so much, she had it engraved on her headstone. Checkout Kay's favorite fudge! ~ Starlene Stringer

Honesty Pays Off

Little Landon Melvin found $5,000 dollars while cleaning the SUV his family recently bought. Turns out the family who owned it before, had misplaced it. When Landon returned the cash, the owners blessed him with $1,000 dollars! ~ Starlene Stringer (photo credit: FOX4)

Uber Blessing

You never know where your blessings may come from or when they'll come your way. The story of recent college graduate, Latonya Young, proves that to be true!

Five Beautiful Babies

Congratulations to Brenda Raymundo and her husband. After three years of trying to have a baby, they just became the parents of quintuplets. Their quints are the first ones born at Parkland Hospital in the past seven years. Click to see their beautiful bundles of joy! ~ Starlene Stringer  (photo credit: FOX4)

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