Fourteen years ago, WFAA's Investigative reporter Brett Shipp broke an expose that some of you may remember, his daughter Katherine's first day of school. Brett brings shares a father's sentimental perspective on his daughter's last day of school. The story begins on the morning of August 18, 2003. It was Katherine Shipp's first day of school. Not many dads get to immortalize their child's first day of school on TV. Not many daughters would play along.
DALLAS — Soldiers who served with cop killer Micah Johnson in the U.S. Army Reserve, both here and in Afghanistan, seem to share the same opinion. They all describe Johnson as quiet, smart, and not temperamental or aggressive. But one of his former squad leaders says he knows for a fact that Johnson was well trained in tactical maneuvers that tragically came into play last Thursday night. That squad leader knows because he says he was the trainer. Former Sgt.
DALLAS -- In February of this year, former Dallas spine surgeon Christopher Duntsch was sentenced to life in prison for maiming patients, leaving several paralyzed and two others dead. He was convicted of five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and harming an elderly patient. Duntsch was the first surgeon known to be sentenced to prison for botched surgeries. Now serious allegations are being raised about another North Texas spine doctor.