Sneak peek of Frisco’s TrainTopia exhibit worth $1 million

FRISCO– You’re not going to want to miss a new exhibit coming to Frisco in July. Museum of the American Railroad CEO, Bob LaPrelle says the TrainTopia exhibit is a special one, “about a million dollars.” The model was originally assembled by a man who lived in Corsicana. It was donated to the museum after he passed away, in hopes they would take good care of it. “Now we can share it with everybody, everyday can enjoy,” LaPrelle says. “It starts […]

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NHL Draft fun gets underway in Dallas while Mavs introduce their own new players

DALLAS — Get ready for more excitement over names being called from a podium as the NHL Draft is in Dallas this weekend! A couple months after the NFL Draft visited Texas for the first time, the NHL Draft is doing the same at the American Airlines Center.  Round one is Friday night starting at 6:30 on NBC Sports Network and Rounds two through seven are Saturday starting at 10 a.m. on the NHL Network. “We want to be a […]

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Think you got neighborhood problems? These North Texas NextDoor posts are hilarious!

DALLAS — If you haven’t seen this new hilarious thread online, you’re missing out! You’ve seen NextDoor, but this is the Best of NextDoor. It’s all the funniest, silliest, real posts. Some are even from North Texas. This person is confused why someone left an egg on their car door handle. “Egg Found on Door Handle” 😨 pic.twitter.com/KlioTCD7dN — Best of Nextdoor (@bestofnextdoor) May 23, 2018 One neighbor wants to know why they saw a dog walking down the street […]

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CW33 has your backstage peek of iconic Lion King musical at Fair Park!

DALLAS — The circle of life has made it`s way to the DFW, with the iconic Lion King musical, playing right here at Fair Park. And of course, CW33 has got your backstage look at how it all goes down! “There`s a lot to take in,”says the woman who plays 14 different flutes during the play. “I would say plan on coming a couple of times. You`re gonna have your attention drawn to so many things, and I would say […]

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Trump reverses migrant family separation, North Texas impacted

DALLAS — Following public outcry, President Trump signing an order to keep migrant families together is music to many ears. Dr. Bob Sanborn, Children at Risk CEO says this is what they wanted. “When that child is separated, that does irreparable harm, and so if we could stop that policy, at least children being separated, then we are helping out these kids,” he said. However, details on what that means for North Texas remain unclear. “We are still going to need […]

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Spice of Blythe: Pink Magnolia celebrating pride month with Equality vodka

DALLAS– On this week’s Spice of Blythe, Pink Magnolia is celebrating gay pride month! Owner of the restaurant, Blythe Beck, says their summer cocktails are really hot right now! Beck says the drink are named after the favorite Golden Girls. However, there is something extra special about the Dorothy. The drink is made with Equality Vodka. Bert Gallagher Jr. is one of the co-founders,  and joined Beck on this week’s Spice of Blythe. He says a portion of their sales […]

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Museum on wheels hopes to bring playtime back to DFW

DALLAS– There`s a museum traveling around Northern Texas. How, you ask? On wheels, of course. Play Street Museum on Wheels takes about a half hour to be set up once it gets where it`s going. “Anywhere where children are needing to be entertained,” says Ann Marie Tennison, a franchise owner. “Our main vision is really to bring back play into education, traveling to preschools traveling to daycares.” The creators are trying to get children to play again, like children once […]

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Dallas could become ‘tent city’ for children separated from families with immigration policy

DALLAS — An outcry all over the nation is growing, as more and more immigrant families face the possible reality of being separated. By August nearly 30,000 children could be separated from their parents. Because of this several places around the Metroplex are offering to become “tent cities.” “We offered to federal government for them to send children here and for us to help them and give them as much compassion and care as we possibly could,” Dallas County Judge Clay […]

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Dallas County wants to welcome immigrant children to the city

  MISSION, TX– The Trump Administration has made a lot of changes since 2016 and the latest one is causing a lot of controversy. For the past six weeks nearly 2,000 immigrant children have been separated from their parents at the U.S./ Mexico border according to the Department of Homeland Security. The children are given to the care of The U.S Department of Health and Human Services and later transferred to detention facilities or placed in foster care until their cases are […]

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Target apologizes, pulls ‘Baby Daddy’ Father’s Day card from shelves

DALLAS — One American Greetings Father`s Day card has social media in a firestorm, and it`s put a little bit of a target, on Target. “It literally was the only card that depicted a black couple,” says  Takeisha Saunders. “There were other cards that were geared towards black folks, but none of them had husband, or a couple – so initially, that was was my disdain.” Saunders was picking out a Father`s Day card for her husband when she spotted […]

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