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: Teen Fights Leukemia, Earns Full Ride To HarvardMaria Perez Franco is fighting through leukemia and has earned a scholarship to Harvard.
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.
Special Birthday Party For Leukemia PatientWhile at the Ronald McDonald House, Will Collins attended a party by The Birthday Party Project, a non-profit that throws birthday parties for children who might otherwise have none.
Man Pleads Guilty To Murdering Duncanville TeenTyler Wiley was sentenced to life in prison.
Thief Steals Cash Donated For Sick ChildCameras captured a man breaking into a convenience store and taking a jar filled with donated cash.
Dallas Cowboys Players Brighten Day Of Young Leukemia PatientJude Cobler is happy to play ball with his father. Where his story becomes drastically different is having to play ball inside the house. But some Dallas Cowboys players took time to brighten his day.
North Texas Family Beats Cancer With Help Of "Wipe Out Cancer"One local family says when cancer hit their family; it was their little girl who taught them how to be tough.
Following Experimental Treatment, 4-Year Old Girl's Cancer In RemissionKaitlyn Johnson can now once again play like any other four year old. Just one month after receiving an experimental treatment for leukemia, doctors say her cancer is in remission.
North Texas Child With Leukemia Turns To Experimental TreatmentA family from Royce City has traveled to Philadelphia to begin an experimental treatment that could save the life of four-year-old Kaitlyn Johnson.
Report Finds No Cancer Clusters In Flower MoundThe Texas Department of State Health Services has released a new report which indicated most cancer rates in Flower Mound over a ten-year period were not higher than expected.
Texas College World Series Player A Testament In PerseveranceAt the College World Series in Nebraska, a lot of people were surprised when Texas Tech didn't start their lefty freshman -- all-American Dylan Dusek. The teen has been impressive, but the journey to the mound is the inspiring part of his story.

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