Winter festival going on now at Six Flags Over Texas

Six Flags is heating things up with fire pits, fireworks and s'mores. The park is also cooling things down with snow and sledding. Brad Malone joined Good Day to talk about the new Fire and Ice Winter Festival that runs weekends through February.

Comedian Marlon Wayans back at the Addison Improv

Comedian and actor Marlon Wayans returns to the Addison Improv for live shows this weekend. First, he talked to Good Day about surviving the pandemic and all the other stuff we've had to deal with in the last year.

Dog of the Day: Emmeline

A dog who is learning to love people after a tough life is today's SPCA of Texas Dog of the Day. Emmeline's foster parents say she's a sweet and spunky 2-year-old pup.

Dallas ISD launching hybrid learning school this fall

Dallas ISD is launching a first-of-its-kind public school option for families in Dallas. It's a new hybrid school where students will spend time learning remotely and in the classroom on a permanent basis. Dallas ISD's Angie Gaylord explains.

Alana Rocha: Texas Legislature begins a new session

It is traditionally an exciting time -- the first days of the Texas legislative session in Austin. But this year the pandemic and a budget crisis are taking some of the glow out of it. Texas Tribune reporter Alana Rocha explains.

Texas hopes to reduce COVID-19 deaths with big vaccine hubs

There have been more than 30,000 COVID-19 deaths in Texas but the state says it has a new plan to tackle the problem. Chris Van Deusen from the Texas Department of State Health Services talks to Good Day about the new strategy -- big vaccine hubs.

Texas scientist helping to educate moms on climate change

One of the world's best-known atmospheric scientists calls Texas home and is now on a mission to spread the word about climate change to mothers. Dr. Katharine Hayhoe from the renowned climate center at Texas Tech is part of the non-profit Science Moms.

Economists find surging demand for suburban homes

As the pandemic forces changes in the way we live and work across Texas, people are fleeing to the suburbs. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas economist Dr. Yichen Su talks to Good Day about what people are looking for if they leave the city for the suburbs.