Arezow is thrilled to be back in North Texas after years away from family and friends. Her family is originally from Afghanistan, and escaped Kabul after the Russian invasion when Arezow was just 7 years old.
After years of living with extended family in Pakistan, and later in a refugee camp in Germany, Arezow moved to North Texas as a teenager. Although she did not speak English when she arrived, she gradually learned the language by studying voraciously and by watching American television!
Arezow soon grew to love her adopted home and graduated from high school in Plano. She went on to study journalism at the University of Texas in Austin and began her television news career in Corpus Christi, and later Austin.
In 2005, Arezow had the opportunity to spend a week in Afghanistan, embedded with soldiers deployed with the Texas Army National Guard. She filed an award-winning series of reports on the experience, as well as a half-hour special. It remains one of the most memorable assignments of her career.
A North Texas family is speaking out after a Cleburne police officer shots and kills their dog.
Dr. Lou Tierce has been accused of animal cruelty. An agreement with the state veterinary board has the Fort Worth doctor’s veterinary license suspended for five years.
Cleburne Mayor Scott Cain is addressing concerns about a police officer who is currently under investigation and receiving death threats for the shooting death of a pit bull.
According to Dallas County officials on Monday, 120 people are still being monitored for Ebola. But the area could be declared free of the virus on November 7.
People across the country continue to criticize Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas for how it handled the Ebola virus.
A family in Fort Worth was rocked awake early Friday morning when a speeding pickup truck crashed into their home, killing the driver.
A deputy with the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department was rushed to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas on Wednesday with some Ebola symptoms.
The first patient to be diagnosed with the Ebola virus in the United States remains in critical condition Wednesday morning, more than 10 days after being admitted to the hospital.
First it was several attempted child abductions and now the Keller Independent School District is dealing with claims of another incident. According to two parents, a man exposed himself, near an elementary school, in broad daylight.
Thursday’s severe storms provided a scary wake up call for students at Arlington Baptist College.
Bryan Sotelo was perfectly healthy a couple of months ago. Now he needs a tracheotomy to help him breathe.
The fate of the Keller “black widow” is now in the hands of the jury. Murder suspect Michele Williams is on trial in Fort Worth for the death of her husband, Greg Williams.