Jobin Panicker, KVUE News

Jobin Panicker

KVUE News

Plano, TX, United States

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Recent:
  • KVUE News
  • WFAA TV
  • KENS 5
Past:
  • KHOU
  • KCEN News
  • USA TODAY
  • CBS 8 San Diego
  • ABC10
  • NBC Charlotte
  • 13News Now
  • KING 5 News
  • WWL-TV
  • Statesman Journal

Recent articles by Jobin:

This McKinney school swaps detention for mindfulness and meditation

"I have students that ask to come to detention. They're not assigned detention, they just wanna come," said school counselor Carrie Dewey. → Read More

Wedding venue company shuts down after going bankrupt, leaving many couples scrambling

"You ruined a lot of people's special day," Jenny Simmons said of the company. → Read More

Families Relieved as Loved Ones Return from China on Last Flights Before Temporary Stoppage

On Friday night the last American Airline flights from China had finally arrived into DFW Airport. → Read More

Nine-year-old Dallas road rage victim recovering at home

"The part that hurts the worst is that you can't really absorb all their pain," said Diamond Dixon. Her daughter has had four surgeries after a road rage shooting. → Read More

Family of UNT student killed in police shooting wants answers

"I need to know if my son's life could have been preserved or if it was needlessly taken," Kevin Tarver Sr. said. → Read More

45 minutes of horror: Denison woman attacked in her own home on New Year's

The mother of four said she is just thankful to be alive to tell her story. → Read More

'I want them to be held accountable': Video shows 5-year-old being attacked on Dallas school bus

"How do you not respond to a child asking for your help? It's just beyond me," the mother said. → Read More

19-year-old shot while riding his bike near Allen park

Cristopher Del Cid was struck in the arm and the leg while he was riding his bike Monday afternoon. → Read More

Dallas Cowboys fan reaction mixed on potential hiring of Mike McCarthy

While a good many Cowboys fans agreed on needing a new coach, they are not all sold on the potential signing of Mike McCarthy. → Read More

North Texas man described as 'gentle giant' killed during repossession order

Zach Johnson died early Monday morning after police say the owner of a vehicle he tried to lawfully repossess shot and killed him. → Read More

11-year-old searching for family in photos she found in used book

Lelia Bagdasarian, 11, is hoping to find the family seen in the pictures that fell out of her used book. → Read More

'Be better, not bitter': Dallas pastor reflects on church destroyed by tornado

It may sound odd to hear a pastor say he's thankful for a tornado. But you may have to understand his perspective. → Read More

North Haven Gardens opens up four weeks after tornado

North Haven Gardens first opened in 1951 and has not moved from that location. On October 20th the tornado that tore through Dallas nearly leveled the garden center. → Read More

McKinney woman uses vision goggles to see Christmas tree for the first time in nearly 13 years

"I'm even getting some teary-eyed right now. It's exciting," said Maritza Spainhouer who was born with condition that will gradually lead to complete loss of vision. → Read More

'When the traffic is moving it's like the Wild West': Tow truck operator narrowly escapes being hit by careening car on U.S. 75

"If that truck wasn't there I wouldn't have a husband" → Read More

Pro baseball and picking cotton: Charley Pride's life before country music

More than 55 years ago there were no black artists in country music, but Pride's talent was undeniable. → Read More

Bringing a minor league baseball team to Mesquite could be an economic driver

Richard White says Mesquite's density and access make it the perfect location for its ninth team. → Read More

Greenville shooting: Hunt County first responders speak about 'worst call we've ever had'

"So many people just flooded the parking lot running to us, running by us, screaming, hollering and pulling at you." → Read More

Homecoming spirit of Thomas Jefferson students remains high despite a week of challenges

"You can't be sad all the time. You gotta try to be happy," Justin Cabillo said. → Read More

Container townhouse village taking shape in McKinney

The plan is for 35 homes on 2.7 acres of land. The townhouse village will be called "Cotton Groves." → Read More