Rio de Janeiro tries to readjust to normalcy after a hectic lead-up to the Olympic games. Daily life has resumed, with all the pleasure and challenges it brings. A lot was put on hold, and the city still must host the Paralympic Games beginning on Sept. 7.
Licensed massage therapist Brandi England demonstrates how cupping, a form of traditional alternative Chinese medicine, is done. It has recently come into the spotlight after seeing the bruises left behind on many prominent U.S. olympians such as Michael Phelps.
The Euless Trinity senior captured his second straight girls Class 6A Region II title in the 110-pound weight class, defeating Coppell High School junior Khushi Khandelwal by pinfall in five minutes and 56 seconds.
Former TCU reliever Riley Ferrell received an invite to spring training with the Houston Astros this year - while he was hunting ducks. The third-round pick recounts growing up an Astros fan and the experience of getting his invite.
After years of planning, dreaming and finally budgeting for a bond package, Arlington school administrators finally have been able to put a big bow on the new Dan Dipert Career & Technical Center. The 169,800 square-foot facility at 2101 Browning Drive opened a limited class schedule in August, and now the spring semester has seen the full complement of 33 programs and 17 professional certifications come online.
Instead of just cheering for his Longhorns, Texas journalism student Ariea Bastami raps about them. Watch his latest Longhorn-themed rap about head coach Shaka Smart, Mo Bamba, Andrew Jones and other key members of the burnt orange basketball team.