Excellent Educator - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Excellent Educator

Excellent Educator

Apr 25, 2019

Cancer Didn’t Stop This Month’s Excellent Educator

Cancer Didn’t Stop This Month’s Excellent Educator

Hurst Hills Elementary teacher Jana Chaney gives new meaning to the word dedication. An aggressive breast cancer diagnosis did not stop her from making sure her students got an education.

Follow Us
Top Stories
Police Identify Man, Woman Found Dead in Plano Apartment
Police Identify Man, Woman Found Dead in Plano Apartment

Police have identified the man and woman found dead in a Plano apartment over the weekend as 71-year-old Theresa Coomes and 72-year-old Jimmy Farris.

FWPD Arrest 2, Search for 1 More After Violent Robberies
FWPD Arrest 2, Search for 1 More After Violent Robberies

Fort Worth police have two teens behind bars and are looking for a third man following a string of eight violent robberies that happened in the last 10 days.

New Safety Recommendations Issued After Deadly SWA Flight
New Safety Recommendations Issued After Deadly SWA Flight

Federal investigators will present their findings on Tuesday into a deadly accident involving a Southwest Airlines flight from New York to Dallas in April 2018.

Shooting at Okla. Walmart a Domestic Double-Murder, Suicide
Shooting at Okla. Walmart a Domestic Double-Murder, Suicide

Police in Oklahoma say the deaths of three people fatally shot in a Walmart parking lot Monday were the result of a double-murder suicide.

Diplomat Says He Should Have Seen Ukraine-Biden Connection
Diplomat Says He Should Have Seen Ukraine-Biden Connection

The former special envoy to Ukraine testified Tuesday he should have realized — as many of his colleagues did — that President Donald Trump was holding up military aid to pressure the country to investigate...

Texas Born Kids in Mexico Suffer Paperwork Nightmare
Texas Born Kids in Mexico Suffer Paperwork Nightmare

Some Texas children living south of the border are having difficulty going to school or getting medical help because of a paperwork mess some child advocates blame on the state of Texas.