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.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about this week’s top medical headlines, including the flu’s grip on North Texas and a recent study about teenagers not getting enough exercise.
Students at Valley Ranch Elementary in Coppell ISD are learning a very valuable lesson, as they took their project from the classroom to the real world when they adopted families in need.
One of the most valuable lessons in life is learning to help others. Students took their project from the classroom to the real world.
Thousands of people braved frigid winter weather and icy roads to be in Fort Worth for the National Cutting Horse Association’s Futurity World Championship event.
Tom Owens is the last surviving officer from the Fort Worth Police Department who was tasked with protecting President Kennedy the night before he traveled to Dallas.
It’s “Yo! Roger Raps!” with special guest Adrienne Bankert from CBS 11 News This Morning — with her rendition of ‘Jump’ by Kriss Kross.
A woman used Pinterest to post details about her dream wedding, and her boyfriend — now husband — used it to secretly plan the whole ceremony. How is the couple doing now?
Thousands of researchers are coming to North Texas this weekend, and they are bringing groundbreaking research in the field of cardiovascular and stroke science.
A teenager from Dallas made a grand entrance at his bar mitzvah. The video became an online sensation, and Sam Horowitz is still enjoying his sudden rise to internet stardom.
Trent Shelton started out playing football for the Baylor Bears, and then later in the NFL. But he found his true calling as a motivational speaker.
Burleson resident Sarah Churman became famous last year after a viral video of her hearing sound for the first time. But how is Churman doing now?
National Fire Prevention Week begins on Sunday, offering a chance for North Texans to honor some of our most courageous firefighters, including those who died on the job.