Wednesday's Warriors: Max HinojosaIn this week's Wednesday's Warriors, we visit with the Hinojosa family of Dallas and a little boy named Max who has blood cancer.
Wednesday's Warriors: Doug's Team Just Shy Of $85K GoalNineteen weeks have passed since the Leukemia And Lymphoma Society humbled me with the selection to represent those fighting blood cancer, by competing at this year’s Ironman World Championship.
Wednesday's Warriors: Adalynn HawkinsThis week’s Wednesday’s Warrior features a story of strength and courage from a toddler battling leukemia.
Wednesday's Warriors: Hamilton GrantChemotherapy was his best chance at taking on this cancer, but when that therapy began, there was an issue. And it was a big one.
Wednesday's Warriors: May 18, 2016CBS11 anchor Doug Dunbar is one of three people in the country, selected to represent the leukemia and lymphoma society at the Ironman World Championship in Kona Hawaii October 8, 2016.
Doug Explains His Mission & Its PurposeThe Ironman World Championship is described by many as the toughest, single-day race on Planet Earth. This year, it's happening on October 8, and I'm going to race in it to help the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
North Texas Father Creates Bullet Proof Backpack For SonThe attack in San Bernardino has many people re-evaluating just how safe they are at work or the safety of their children in school.
North Texas Kids 'Rock The Park' At Triathlon CompetitionOver 200 children participated in “Rock the Park”, kids triathlon in Keller.
VIDEO: Return To D-Day Special (Air Date: July 5, 2014)CBS 11's Doug Dunbar travels to Europe with North Texas World War II veterans to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
D-Day, Father And Son Revisit Normandy TogetherSeventy years later, a veteran walked hand-in-hand with his son on the very sand where his war story began.
Man's D-Day Reunion 70 Years In The MakingOne man's return to D-Day meant a surprise meeting... that was 70 years in the making. Right now, Doug takes a closer look at his story.
D-Day, Soldier Recalls Night Of The Nazi SurrenderSeventy years ago, in a segregated army, a Rowlett man served as a guard of supplies and German prisoners during WWII. As a result, he was also one of the first people to know something that would change the course of world history.