An award winning best author and journalist visits the SMU campus, a Southwest Airlines flight leaves a woman dead, and authorities are searching for a woman responsible for two deaths who now may be in Texas.
Abigail Savopoulos and Pahno Georgeton give you the latest on a big bus crash in Fort Worth, and a new, innovative hotspot in Trinity Groves. Plus, Riley Coven tells you about a new dog park in Dallas. During Beyond The Boulevard, Madison Plott gives advice to graduating seniors on how to find a job.
Football comes to Ford Stadium, why a lake is causing problems for Dallas Love Field, and a pileup on a North Texas highway leaves one person dead.
More questions from congress for Mark Zuckerberg, just how popular our newspaper is to college students, and planting succulents and decorating flowerpots on the hilltop.
Classrooms are still empty as teachers continue their fight for better wages in Oklahoma, Facebook comes under fire after millions of users’ personal information is sold, and how one station is a popular stop for riders of the Dart.
Kegan Snively gives you the latest on how the Dart is keeping its passengers safe. Allaire Cruse and Sara Whitely update you on chemical strike overseas that left dozens dead. Plus, one major university takes action against actor Bill Cosby. During Real Talk, Caroline Hogan and Rachel Seidl give you the latest on the Chinese President and President Trump.
Why it’s so important for planes all over the world to come to DFW, a Texas jury decides the fate of a man who took advantage of some businesses after hurricane Harvey, and one SMU sports team is celebrating a first.
More information on the shooting at Youtube headquarters, the Fort Worth Police Department releases a body cam video of a controversial arrest, and all those hours at the gym may finally pay off.
Officers are under fire after a video goes viral, teachers in Oklahoma march to the state capitol, and members of a fraternity recently terminated are making sure they take care of one of their own.
A controversial legislation causes outrage, another deadly house explosion, and a workshop for students to help finish this year strong.