What Was Your Favorite Story Of The Week?Three randomly selected stories, all of which we talked about on the air this week. Which one is your choice for Story of the Week?
Dad's Cat-Like Reflexes Prevents Baby From FallingIt's impossible to baby proof the world. That's why kids have to rely on mom and dad's insanely quick reflexes.
Mississippi Power Honors Employee At His Funeral With Raised Bucket TrucksThis man must have been the best employee EVER!
Evil Dad Pranks Toddler Into Thinking He Sawed Off A HandAs Halloween approaches, there will be an influx of prank videos. However, this one might be taking things a bit too far.
AGT Contestant Evie Clair May Not Return To Finals After The Death Of Her FatherAmerica's Got Talent contestant Evie Clair inspiration this season has been her father. Unfortunately Clair's father lost his battle with lung cancer last week after her rendition of 'Yours' advanced her to the finals of the show.
Son Posts Side By Side Pics Of Him & His Dad On The First Day Of Kindergarten & The First Day Of CollegeBack to school is officially here. Several schools around DFW started on Monday. College move in is happening all across Texas. Summer if officially over.
Father Of 4 Girls Walks Out In Silence, Falls Face Down In The Pool After Finding Out He's Having Another GirlFifth time's a charm right? Wrong!
Since Disney World Was Too Expensive, Dad Improvises With His Own Roller CoasterHero! Father of the Year! Quick get this man a medal!
Watch A HS Student Grow Up In 3 MinutesA dad committed to one thing with his daughter every year. He wanted to find out what Mackenzie thought about her first day of school.
Craigslist Ad Seeks A "Father Figure" Who Can BBQRent a Dad!
What Was Your Favorite Story Of The Week?Time once again to choose the Story of the Week from three randomly selected stories that hit the headlines over the last seven days. Which one made you hit share?
1/4 of Millennials Are Okay Living With Mom & Dad - Even Into Their 30sYou may have heard that more young adults are living with their parents than in previous generations. New research says they may extend the arrangement even longer, if possible.