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Visiting Pastor Saves a Life

Visiting Pastor Saves a Life

Do you know how to do the Heimlich maneuver? Pastor Brandon Stewart does. He was in the middle of a sermon recently, when he had to use it. Pastor Stewart helped a lady in the congregation who jumped to her feat, as she was choking on something many of us enjoy in church, a peppermint. Mrs. Lois Adams is alive and well today, thanks to his quick actions of this visiting pastor, who used to be a police officer. (Photo Credit: FOX)

Dogs Are Spoiled in Texas

Dogs Are Spoiled in Texas

Are you a dog owner? If so, is your pooch spoiled? Apparently, a lot of dogs in Texas are. According to Forbes, Texas ranks 8th out of all U.S. states for the most spoiled dogs in the country. We're talking restaurant treats, birthday parties, personal furniture and homemade meals too!

Big Game Blessing for Local Charity

Big Game Blessing for Local Charity

The Chiefs weren’t the only big winners last night. A North Texas non-profit won big too!  Kristin Juszczyk, the wife of a 49ers player, designed a NFL puffer jackets that was auctioned off for charity and was expected to bring in more than $50,000. Juszczyk chose to donate the proceeds to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, a Frisco-based organization founded by a local mom who battled breast cancer. The money raised will help cover the cost of breast cancer detection and treatment for those who need it.

Make-A-Wish Sends Local Kids to Super Bowl LVIII

Make-A-Wish Sends Local Kids to Super Bowl LVIII

A lot of North Texans are in Las Vegas for Super Bowl 58 and thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, that includes three North Texas children. There’s 12-year-old brain tumor survivor, Luke Blank. Vincent Wakefield is there. He’s a 14-year-old who battled lymphoma. Solomon Barber is doing well after receiving a kidney donation. The 19-year-old from Rockwall is there too, enjoying the fun with his father! ??  ~ Starlene Stringer

Local Super Bowl Star

Local Super Bowl Star

When you’re watching the Super Bowl this Sunday, be sure to cheer for Kansas City Chief’s receiver, Rashee Rice. He’s a North Texan!  The beloved Richland High School grad will be representing his hometown for (#RUR Raised Up Richland) and for the beloved teacher who walked him onto the field during his high school senior night, Melanie Barret. She recently passed away from colon cancer, at the young age of 44. His jersey number is... #4! ??  ~ Starlene Stringer

Hard Work Pays Off

Hard Work Pays Off

North Texas high school student, Elli Bezner, has a huge college fund today, after winning big at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Her grand champion steer, Leadfoot, sold for $340,000 dollars! The high school junior says she plans to use the money to further her education. Great job Elli!  ~ Starlene Stringer

Wearing Red for Heart Health

Wearing Red for Heart Health

A lot of people wore red Friday, at the request of the American Heart Association. February is Heart Health Month and Friday was Go Red for Women Day. The goal is to spread awareness about heart disease and how we can achieve better heart health. (Photo Credit: NBC5)  ~ Starlene Stringer

Love and Legacy

Love and Legacy

Carly Kriser loves her dad so much, she decided to name her son after him. But, she didn’t tell him until recently. You have to see, Leonard Zito’s, reaction as he found out his grandson, Lawson Leonard Kriser, was named after him. He was brought to tears. You may be too! ~ Starlene Stringer

Celebrating 100 Years

Celebrating 100 Years

Today is the 100th day of school for many North Texas students and teachers and that means many will be dressed like they’re 100-years-old today! At Centennial in Plano, it’s been an extra special week.  A great grandfather who actually turned 100 recently, had lunch with his great grandsons there and took photos with the kids. We salute Willard H. McBride, who is also a proud Navy Veteran. ~ Starlene Stringer ( Photo Credits: Centennial Elementary & Lauren Przybyl)

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