Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Online Education

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame wants teachers and students to take advantage of free online sources to help learn math, science, and social studies through the prism of Rock & Roll. Terrance Friday talked to the Greg Harris, the CEO of the iconic museum, about some of the lessons online and the impact learning the history can make on young people.

Here's how COVID-19 is affecting property tax appraisals

Dallas County sent out property appraisal notices by mail and online. But if you want to protest your value and possibly lower your tax bill, things look a little different this year. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello talked to Cheryl Jordan with the Dallas Central Appraisal District learn more.

Joe Mantegna, Trace Adkins discuss changes to Memorial Day concert

The national Memorial Day concert is usually a spectacular event on the capital lawn to honor those who fought and died for our country. But another tradition must change because of the strange times we are living through. Actor Joe Mantegna and singer Trace Adkins talked to Good Day about this year's tribute. More: www.pbs.org/national-memorial-day-concert/

Trackdown: Help find Keniesha Coleman's killer

Detectives in Mesquite are looking for a man, and the woman who was with him, when witnesses say he shot and killed a 29-year-old Terrell mother who yelled at him to slow down and tossed water on his car.

Blue October premieres new documentary

Blue October lead singer Justin Furstenfeld joins Good Day live from Houston to talk about a new documentary. He says while he was making hits there was a lot going on in his life and he wants to talk about it. More: getbackup.tv

On Your Side: OnStar tracking issues

The OnStar tracking system is designed to help you recover your vehicle if it's stolen. But what if the thieves can quickly disable it? One local truck owner said it happened to him and now he wants GM to step up.