Adrienne has had many memorable moments in North Texas since joining CBS 11 News including interviewing Oprah Winfrey and guest hosting in the place of Sharon Osbourne on “The Talk.”
Something that often surprises viewers: Adrienne is the oldest of seven kids! She had ambitions to be on television as early as 12 years old, but it was in college where Adrienne began hosting talk shows. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Southern California, she worked on a freelance basis in Los Angeles as a red carpet correspondent and host on a number of projects including work with PBS and Disney. Prior to living in DFW she worked at NBC affiliate KCRA in Sacramento, where she anchored the morning and noon newscasts.
Adrienne supports many philanthropic efforts and in her spare time endeavors to improve her golf game and go for occasional horseback rides.
A video featuring a Southwest Airlines attendant’s unique version of the airplane safety rules went viral recently. The star of that video talks about her new online fame.
After being named the winner DART’s student art contest, 16-year-old Dallas sophomore Vivie Behrens is having her colorful artwork displayed on the sides of area buses.
The Chisholm Trail Parkway, from Fort Worth heading southwest, opens next month. But before cars use the new roadway, pedestrians and cyclists will get their chance.
A group of North Texas kids are trying to motivate others to get moving.
Students at an Arlington school are helping to refurbish and donate used computers.
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People are often asking Adrienne Bankert to share recipes because she is a fan of healthy eating and, like many people, does not have the time to mess around in the kitchen.
The proposals have been made, now it is time to plan the wedding! We are in the thick of bridal season, and experts are giving their input on the latest bridal trends.
Kristen Arechiga is 31 years old and has already endured three open heart surgeries as a child and a teen. She has had to live her life very carefully because of heart disease.
Can’t find time to go to the mall for new clothes? There is a business in North Texas that is taking the stress out of shopping by making the hunt for designer fashion mobile.
K.J. Takahashi is hoping to win an online dance battle that could make him famous. The 11-year-old kid from Dallas mixes traditional dance moves with modern dubstep.
Some pint-sized dreamers put a modern spin on MLK’s “I have a dream” speech in a contest held on Friday. Meet the fourth-grader who took home the top prize.