Fort Worth resident and Marine Corps veteran Andrew Bachelder, 35, will compete on "Shotmakers," Golf Channel's new TV golf competition where nine co-ed teams will go head-to-head at Topgolf Las Vegas for a chance of winning $50,000.
Pilots don't always make it on the air, but we are morbidly curious about a show that has been described as 'Desperate Housewives' meets 'Glengarry Glen Ross.' It filmed at a former Ross Dress for Less with an 'M.K. Weaver's' sign on it.
The Food Network series, scheduled to premiere April 30, will feature two Fort Worth bakeries and one Arlington shop among the places transforming 'their clientele's wildest imaginations into extraordinary customized confections.'
Victoria Principal, who played Pam Ewing on 'Dallas,' reminisces about the show, which quickly became a TV phenomenon. Fan events are set March 30 and March 31 at Southfork to mark 40 years since the series' debut.
The Irving, TX, police department made Lou Ferrigno, star of the 1970s television series The Incredible Hulk, an honorary officer on Thursday afternoon. The actor/bodybuilder spoke about the importance of health and fitness.
Trevor Cadigan grew up at WFAA, where his father, Jerry Cadigan, is a longtime employee. The station has started a gofundme page to help honor Trevor and to assist with travel expenses and funeral arrangements.
After 42 years at the station and more than 26 as chief meteorologist, the veteran weatherman is stepping down from his chief position and will appear on the air less than he used to. But he isn’t slowing down, on-air or in life.