Hi everybody! I'm Mike Doocy, weeknight sports anchor here at FOX 4. I've been lucky enough to bring you the latest in sports in North Texas for more than 25 years. I co-host "Free 4 All" Sunday through Thursday at 10:30 p.m. It's a show like no other -- blending interviews, unscripted opinion, entertainment and sports.
During my time here, I've seen some amazing developments in the local sports landscape. I've had the privilege to cover a Cowboys Super Bowl win (remember when?), a Stars Stanley Cup celebration, plus Rangers playoff appearances and the amazing 2011 NBA Finals run of the Dallas Mavericks.
But that's only part of the local sports story. In the past decade-plus, we've seen NASCAR storm into North Texas. I've covered Tiger at the Nelson, and Annika at Colonial. Plus, I've watched some of the nation's finest high school athletes, right here in the Metroplex.
Thank you for your kindness and support through the years. And I hope to see you soon at the game!
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FOX 4's Mike Doocy shares a preview of the Week 1 matchups before the full release of the NFL schedule tonight.
The Texas Rangers start their season facing criticism from the White House over next week's home opener.
Last week, 14-year-old Avery Zweig won Annika Sorenstam’s Invitational in Florida, an American Junior Golf Association tournament.
Dallas Cowboys safety Darian Thompson and defensive lineman Justin Hamilton will miss Sunday's game because of COVID-19.
Rather than a rousing home opener Wednesday night, the Mavs will instead take on the Charlotte Hornets in a mostly empty arena.
The Cowboys will play with heavy hearts on Thanksgiving after the death of their beloved strength and conditioning coordinator.
The Dallas Cowboys canceled practice and media availability after Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Markus Paul had a medical emergency at The Star early Tuesday.
Usually, current players help serve meals to those in need. But because of the coronavirus, some Cowboys legends took over that duty Tuesday.
The Tom and Alicia Landry Family Collection gives people a chance to see up close some historic mementos from the legendary Cowboys coach.
The league will make 11,500 tickets available for each game of the National League Championship Series and the World Series. Tickets sales start next week.