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Living Large: $1.1 Million Chris Craft HouseNestled in a Dallas subdivision of Urban Reserve, the Chris Craft House stands out with its angled roof.
Car Repair Shops Expect To Be Busy For MonthsThanks to the ice storm, auto repair shops expect to be busy for months. As the ice is starting to melt from North Texas roads, repair shops are just now starting to fix all the cars damaged during the storm.
Local Filmmaker Produces "Operation Babylift"An SMU film graduate was volunteering in Dallas when someone told her about “Operation Babylift,” the U.S. initiative that airlifted more than 2,500 orphans of American military fathers and Vietnamese mothers out of Vietnam, to protect them from threat of the Communist Regime.
North Texans Finding New Passion, Purpose With Midlife Career ChangeA recent survey revealed more than half of working adults in North Texas would rather be doing something else. So what's stopping you from going for it?
Perot Museum Offers Inside Look At AnimalsAnimals Inside Out exhibit will give museum visitors an inside look at a giraffe, gorilla, elephant and other animals.
Happy Hour... With Mom?!I realize there’s a major upside to having kids when you’re young. They seem to actually ENJOY hanging out with you as they grow up. So these kids of mine totally surprise me.
Children Shine At Special Needs CampThe ICanShine Bike Camp in Arlington helps children with disabilities learn how to ride two-wheel bikes.
Healthy, Kid-Friendly Summer SnacksDietitian Claire Florsheim shares healthy, kid-friendly summer snacks with Tracy Kornet during CBS 11 News at 4.
TvTracy's Turn: The Meaning Of LifeI believe I have an answer to the question plaguing me lately. "What is the meaning of life?" Before I share my answer, I must share some beautiful reflections posted on Facebook.
Exercise Turns Back Time For Aging North Texans Are you over 40 and feel like your body is falling apart, so much so it hurts to work out?
Iraq War Veteran Designs Clubs For Disabled GolfersThey say whatever your age or athletic ability, everyone can play golf, and an Iraq war veteran is proving that anyone includes those bound to a wheelchair.