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Dads on Diapers

Times have changed and Huggies is acknowledging it by placing dads on diapers!

Pray and Pay

If you’ve ever had a huge bill to pay, you know how heavy the burden can be. Now imagine finding out someone paid that bill for you. That’s the reality for more than 8,000 people after churches in Florida and Michigan recently raised enough money to pay their debts in full. One of the pastors says, "It's one thing for us to say, 'God loves you. It's another for us to show that."

Miracle Child

A 12-year-old boy is alive and well after he stopped breathing at a beach and his family began to sing and pray God. Levi Floyd and his family say his recovery is a miracle!

Blessed & Lucky

Lots of people celebrated 7/11 with a free Slurpee from 7-Eleven, but a couple in St. Louis was blessed with a new baby girl. J’Aime Brown was born on 7/11 at 7:11pm and she weighed 7’11 too! 

FREE Fries

Get FREE Fries this Saturday. It's the best way to celebrate National French Fry day. Feel free to share the freebies fun with your friends too! 

Free Slurpees

Get a free Slurpee today at 7-Eleven because it’s 7/11. They’re also offering food deals too, like $1 dollar hotdogs and pizza. Enjoy! 

Food and Friendship

Lots of people love eating at the Waffle House because of the food. But many people go to a particular Richardson location, because they get to see a longtime friend too. At 85, Doris Seabolt is the longest-serving Waffle House employee in America. She’s been a waitress there for nearly 50 years!

Local LIVE Surgery

Mansfield teacher, Monica Sadbury, is helping educate people worldwide today. The married, mother of two is having her robotic hysterectomy performed LIVE on Facebook. You can watch and learn starting at 10:30am.

Protecting Blue Bell

Some things have to be protected. Thank you Keller Police Department for keeping Blue Bell ice cream safe!

Saluting a Soldier

Cameron James of Haslet, spent hours working on this tribute. It's in honor of his friend, who recently gave his life while serving in our U.S. Army. It took the 17-year-old four hours to make this image of the American flag in his front yard. 

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