CBS announced Wednesday the 20 castaways who will compete against each other on “Survivor,” when the Emmy Award-winning series returns for its 27th season.
A dog was the only survivor of a car crash in one North Texas city.
Survivor is coming back to CBS this week for its 26th season and its bringing back a few familiar faces.
A new season of “Survivor” is set to begin with 20 castaways battling for the $1 million prize. This time, the show unites 10 new players with 10 returning favorites.
Former “The Facts of Life” star and current “Survivor” contestant Lisa Whelchel said Tuesday on Facebook and Twitter that she has been diagnosed with West Nile virus.
3 year-old Culter Fricke is now cancer free after a 2 year battle with leukemia. Now, his family is selling lemonade to help other kids fighting the disease.
Some television watchers might remember Lisa Welchel from “The Facts of Life,” but now the North Texas resident is heading out for a new adventure on “Survivor.”
The CBS Buzz Tour is rolling through the Metroplex on Monday. This is the most exciting way to learn about the network’s upcoming fall schedule.
There’s new, no-cost help for sexual assault victims in North Texas. Sexual Assault Legal Services and Assistance (SALSA) has launched a phone line providing free legal help to those they call “sexual assault survivors.”
Kim Spradlin, the crafty 29-year-old bridal shop owner from San Antonio, outlasted the competition to claim the $1 million prize on the “Survivor: One World” finale Sunday night.
Good news: Sex is safe for most heart patients. If you’re healthy enough to walk up two flights of stairs without chest pain or gasping for breath, you can have a love life.
Sophie Clarke slayed the competition on “Survivor: South Pacific.” The brainy 22-year-old medical student from Willsboro, N.Y., won the CBS reality competition’s $1 million grand prize Sunday.