National Spelling Bee Launches Video Contest Even if you're not a champion speller, there's a way to win a trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Nat'l Spelling Bee Co-Champ Being Honored By LawmakersThe co-winner of this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee is being honored at the New York state Capitol.
Corpus Christi Schools Receive Teaching Tools With MisspellingsThe Corpus Christi school district has spent about $90,000 on teaching materials that turned out to be peppered with misspelled words or were stamped with another school district's logo.
Vocabulary Test Takes Away Spelling Bee DramaFor viewers of last year's Scripps National Spelling Bee, one of the most surprising results came courtesy of a test nobody saw.
Are North Texas Adults Smarter Than A Nat’l Spelling Bee Winner? A North Texas 13-year-old has had nearly a full day to enjoy his new title of co-champion of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. CBS 11 wondered how many adults have what it takes to win the national spelling bee, so we hit the streets to find out.
Other Parts of the Paper: Spelling StabbingVeteran Newspaper Boy Brendan Smith tells a story about a crazy ex-girlfriend and a stabbing due to the misspelling of one's name.
High Schools Deal With Embarrassing Yearbook Spelling MistakesHigh school yearbooks are full of memories, but in one North Texas district, they're also full of embarrassing mistakes. The Legacy High School yearbook is filled with memoires. But this year the keepsake has a few typos.
Viral Video: Spell It OutAndy Samberg is no longer on SNL, but that hasn't stopped him from making musical parodies. This time, he attacks spelling.
'Spellbound' Star Reflects On A Spelling Bee Life & Texas Future For the millions who watched the National Spelling Bee back in 1999, her face is frozen in time. She'll always be the 14-year-old girl, with the glasses and dark shoulder-length hair, her arms raised while leaping for joy. But that was a half-life ago for Nupur Lala. But that was a half-life ago for Nupur Lala.
Cerebral Palsy No Limit For Champion SpellerCerebral palsy took Tanu Shivaswamy's ability to speak, but it didn’t take away her ability to compete.