This is my first day back to work since Christmas Eve, and it feels like it has been a couple of months. On my drive in, I sifted through the events of the last two weeks.
Out from the tunnel, the team emerges. There is my Nicole, dressed in red OU warm-ups, curled hair pulled back in a ponytail with a thick, black headband to hold it all in place.
CBS 11 News anchor Tracy Kornet shares some Thanksgiving traditions from her family, and asks viewers to weigh in with their own traditions and memories.
Even though it’s just the first week of November, and temperatures were nearly 90 degrees outside, the Christmas decorations are already up at the Kornet home.
It’s not often in a girl’s life when she can walk in the park and run into Ross Perot. Or be taken by the hand by the president of the Dallas Federal Reserve to meet his wife and kids. Or rub elbows with actors Owen Wilson and Ms. Dallas herself, Linda Evans.
Tracy talks about her interview with a husband who admits being an abuser and how he got help.
Tracy Kornet saw the 2010 Red River Rivalry from great seats at the Cotton Bowl. “It was fun and all,” she said, “but I didn’t have a dog in the fight.” This year, everything’s different.
There is nothing I loathe more than asking for money. I will buy all of the fundraising candy bars to keep from peddling products. So, imagine how much I hate asking for a raise.
If you’ve seen the infamous “Seinfeld” episode or, worse, your husband or friends call you “Elaine,” you know little is more mortifying than finding out you just can’t dance.
I’m excited about my story airing tonight about a Carrollton woman trying out to be a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader. If she makes the squad, she could make NFL history. I LOVE her spirit.
Nothing like starting your day dancing with dozens of women to blaring salsa music. If you haven’t tried it yet, Zumba is the most fun form of exercise on the planet, especially when you walk […]
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – My daughter tried on her future OU uniform after their basketball game last night in Norman. She’ll be graduating high school in only three months, and I am savoring these last few […]