Brandon Todd, FOX 4 NEWS

Brandon Todd

FOX 4 NEWS

Dallas, TX, United States

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  • FOX 4 NEWS
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  • FOX 7 Austin
  • FOX 32 News
  • FOX 5 Atlanta
  • FOX 13 Tampa Bay
  • FOX 5 DC

Recent articles by Brandon:

It's opening day for the 2022 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo

The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is back starting Friday with livestock, music and, of course, the rodeo. → Read More

Cowboys legends gather to feed Dallas families for Thanksgiving

Pro football Hall of Famer Charles Haley and several of his teammates are helping feed families in need in Dallas. → Read More

Concerns over COVID-19 delta variant grow as cases rise in North Texas

Texas is starting to see an increase in the percentage of positive COVID-19 tests as the delta variant catches on. In the North Texas region, local health officials say the number of those hospitalized with COVID-19 has almost doubled over the last month with now more than 400 hospitalizations. → Read More

New African American Museum exhibition in Fair Park highlights ‘Men of Change’

“Men of Change: Power, Triumph, Truth" opens Saturday, June 26 at the African American Museum in Dallas’ Fair Park. → Read More

Texas lawmakers pass bills addressing power grid failure

The House and Senate passed some bills that will reform the state's main power grid, but Texans won't get any direct help with their electricity bills. Critics say the final versions of these bills do not go far enough to prevent further disasters and protect consumers. → Read More

No timetable on when power will be restored for North Texans dealing with outages for third day

There is still no indication when power will be restored for millions of people in Texas. → Read More

American Airlines expected to send out furlough notices this week

Furlough notices are expected to go out Friday to more than 13,000 American Airlines employees. → Read More

Plano fire chief released from hospital after battling COVID-19

Fire Chief Sam Greif had a tough battle with the virus. At times he struggled to breathe just speaking a few words. → Read More

Texas football player charged for attacking referee, team won't advance to playoffs

A high school football player attacked the referee who ejected him from the game Thursday in South Texas. The video is a lesson in bad sportsmanship. → Read More

Significant damage in Arlington after tornado hits Tuesday night

There is damage in Arlington to apartment complexes and businesses after a confirmed tornado hit late Tuesday night. → Read More

Senator Kamala Harris makes stop in Fort Worth during her trip to Texas

It's the first time in more than 30 years that a Democratic vice presidential candidate has visited this area. → Read More

State Fair of Texas youth livestock events will be held despite the fair being canceled this year

A very important part of the State Fair of Texas, at least for thousands of young people, will go on even though this year’s fair was canceled. → Read More

Dallas Arboretum, Big Tex ready to welcome crowds this weekend at limited capacity

Popular outdoor events will be limited on what is supposed to be a nice weather weekend across North Texas. → Read More

Dallas Arboretum, Big Tex ready to welcome crowds this weekend at limited capacity

Popular outdoor events will be limited on what is supposed to be a nice weather weekend across North Texas. → Read More

Fort Worth ISD will reopen schools for in-person learning on Oct. 5

Despite a warning from a top health official, students in the Fort Worth Independent School District will be allowed back into the classroom in just a few weeks. → Read More

Fort Worth ISD starts online with minor challenges, could reopen schools sooner than expected

Fort Worth ISD experienced some minor technical challenges on its first day of virtual learning of the new school year. → Read More

Fort Worth ISD parents protest plans for online learning

Some Fort Worth families protested at the school district’s headquarters on what would have been the first day of school. They are upset about online learning. → Read More

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw delays in-person learning after hearing from parents and teachers

One North Texas school board did an about-face after hearing emotional pleas not to start school in-person. → Read More

Abbott: Texas will loosen restrictions for schools’ online-only instruction amid pandemic

Governor Greg Abbott says Texas school districts will be allowed to extend online-only learning past the first three weeks of the school year. → Read More

Houston & Austin-area leaders ask for stay-at-home order

More Texas mayors and county judges want the power to activate stay-at-home orders as coronavirus cases continue to surge. → Read More