Thousands Attempt To Break Sandwich-Making Record In DallasTwo birds, one stone. Nearly 1,900 volunteers partnered with a Dallas-based company Saturday morning to both break a Guinness World Record and feed the homeless.
Sandwich-Making Record Attempt In DallasThree sports stars are teaming up with a DFW company and more than a thousand volunteers to attempt to break a world record on Saturday at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas.
NFL Greats Appear In PSA Favoring Gun Law ReformsNFL greats Emmitt Smith, Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin, LaDainian Tomlinson and Marshall Faulk are appearing in a public service announcement in favor of gun law reforms.
Ladainian Tomlinson Provides Thanksgiving MealsA whole lot of North Texans will be having a great Thanksgiving thanks to a local football star's big event.
TCU & NFL Player "Gives Thanks" With Food GiveawayThousands of North Texans will be have a hot Thanksgiving meal, thanks to a local football star's big event. The food giveaway in Fort Worth had cars on Alton Road lined up for blocks.
Retired Tomlinson Moves Into BroadcastingRecently retired running back LaDainian Tomlinson is moving quickly into his second career, as a broadcaster for the NFL Network and SiriusXM Radio.
Life After The Pros: Tomlinson Aims To Help Kids Score BigRetired NFL star Ladainian Tomlinson has returned to where he spent his college years to help children grow on and off the field.
L.T. Nearly Joined Broncos Before RetiringRunning back LaDainian Tomlinson retired from the NFL as “a Charger now and forever.” Except, he almost considered playing for the Broncos and with Peyton Manning in 2012.
L.T. Retires On 1-Day Contract With ChargersJoined by his family and several former teammates, LaDainian Tomlinson ended his brilliant 11-year NFL career the same way he started it -- with the San Diego Chargers.
Tomlinson To Call It Quits After 11 NFL SeasonsLaDainian Tomlinson, who was the NFL MVP in 2006 and is the fifth-leading rusher in league history, is retiring after 11 NFL seasons.
Powerful HOAs Leave Many Texans Feeling HomelessAn estimated four million Texans live in neighborhoods with Homeowners Associations or HOAs. Critics call HOAs dictatorships that wield far too much power.