The WFAA/Channel 8 anchor, who announced this week that he’ll retire March 1, says that the station told him he could stay as long as he wants. But he’s ready to make some life changes and take some time off.
McCaa, one of the longest-running anchors in DFW, joined Channel 8 as a reporter in 1984 and began anchoring various broadcasts in 1988. He announced his retirement Monday evening in a Facebook Live on wfaa.com
“The Walking Dead” season 9 will premiere on AMC Sunday, October 7th, 2018 at 8 p.m. CT/9 p.m. ET. Season 9, the first in more than four years not run by Scott Gimple, takes place after the “All Out War” storyline.
DFW is melting in the record-breaking heat, but one TV station turned the heat wave into an art project, another melted itself (in a way) and another gave itself a big melting hand — all on Facebook Live.
Laura Harris, who will come in from Tampa to fill the vacancy left by a departing Cory Smith, looks like a vibrant addition to the KXAS/Channel 5 news team. Smith is scheduled to leave later this year; Harris is due to arrive after Labor Day.
Hanna Battah, who makes her Dallas-Ft. Worth anchor debut Sunday morning on KDFW/Channel 4, has seen and done a lot in her journalism career. And then there was that pre-TV time when she was a barista, and the customer who liked a REALLY syrupy drink ...
Chip and Joanna Gaines have been fined $40,000 by the Environmental Protection Agency after EPA officials reviewed several seasons of their show "Fixer Upper" and found they did not comply with rules regarding the use of lead-based paint.
The "News 8 Daybreak" meteorologist, who just celebrated his 20th anniversary at WFAA/Channel 8, now has a master's in Biblical & Theological Studies. But he's still the same Greg Fields, and he'll still be doing the weather.
"True Conviction" stars Johnnie Lindsey, Christopher Scott and Steven Phillips have made it their life's work to help those wrongfully convicted. The documentary about their work at House of Renewed Hope is generating interest from TV networks, as well.
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.