Kyle and Bob McCarley of Paris Lumber and Building Center share their incredible survival story during the deadly tornado of April 2, 1982. And Justin Vitz visits the Trail de Paris to view its progress.
Representatives from the Region 10 Education Service Center join the program to discuss the new STAAR exam. Our Friday feature follows A&M-Commerce music students ahead of their performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Kevin Storey, an inland fisheries biologist with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, addresses area drought concerns. Sasha DeHart visits the W. Walworth Harrison Public Library for our Friday Feature.
Eddie Radillo of Stop Tarsands Oil Pipeline (STOP) offers his response to the Obama Administration's denial of the Keystone XL Pipeline permit. And members of the Hunt County Transportation Planning Committee provide details for their draft plan for the county.
Chris Van Deusen, assistant press officer with the Texas Department of State Health Services, joins the program to address the new law now in effect that requires meningitis vaccines for new college students.
Sulphur Springs ISD Superintendent Patsy Bolton joins the program to discuss a rise in school districts seeking class size exemptions, plus two features on the Texas drought and a local grocery butler.