The Tex Factor

The Tex Factor: Jazz by Johnny

The Tex Factor captured jazz icon Johnny Pate's 100th birthday celebration before sitting down with this North Texas legend to learn how he went from an Army band member in World War II to being sampled by the biggest hip-hop artists in the world.

The Tex Factor: Behind the scenes of 'The Chosen'

The hit show 'The Chosen' has nearly a billion views in more than 175 countries, and much of the production is shot right here in North Texas. The Tex Factor got a behind the scenes look at where the Bible comes to life.

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The Tex Factor: Stomp Wars

Stomp Wars is the nation’s largest youth stepping competition, and this year’s battle in North Texas was bigger than ever.

The Tex Factor: The World of Warstic

Jack White, Ian Kinsler, and Ben Jenkins started a baseball bat business in the heart of Deep Ellum and are hitting it out of the park with their art-inspired products with a “warriors" message.

The Tex Factor: My Dad, The Duke

Experience John Wayne like never before. Wayne's youngest daughter takes The Tex Factor on a personalized tour of the exhibit dedicated to The Duke, located in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards.

The Tex Factor: The Texas Theater

The 127-year-old venue in Waxahachie was destroyed by fire several times, but Texans have always brought it back to life. The Tex Factor shows you the theater's past, thriving present and what is in store in the future.

The Tex Factor: TrainTopia!

20,000 man-hours and more than a million dollars went into making TrainTopia a North Texas destination spot for train lovers and history buffs. The Tex Factor takes you on board this magnificent train layout and gives you a view of its history you won’t get anywhere else.

The Tex Factor: The Wizard of Saturday Morning

The Tex Factor takes you behind the scenes with Sid Krofft to learn about his 81 years in entertainment, his Texas roots and shows like H.R. Pufnstuf, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters and Land of the Lost.

The Tex Factor: Telling the Real History

The Tex Factor takes you to Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards to see the museum’s collection of clothing, weapons, artwork, tools, and saddles used by famous Native Americans, Buffalo Soldiers, and Hall of Fame cowboys and cowgirls of color.

Texans Collect the Oddest Things

From human teeth jewelry and ghost sightings to outrageous artwork and even an antique morgue table, this week's Tex Factor explores why North Texans are so enamored with taxidermy, crazy art and the macabre.

The Tex Factor: National Videogame Museum

National Videogame Museum co-owner John Hardie gives us a personal tour of the Frisco facility, which includes 20 interactive exhibits, a 70s-themed living room, an 80s-themed bedroom, and an 80s-themed full arcade with all your past-time favorites.