On Newsfeed Now for March 21, our first story takes us to east Texas where a father battling stage 4 cancer wants nothing more in the world than to see his daughter graduate. You’ll want to grab some tissues; this story shows that cancer isn’t an excuse to stop you from realizing your dreams especially when your dreams are about your loved ones succeeding. KETK’s Mye Ownes takes us inside a ceremony that brought the graduation to him.
We now turn to a story at the 7:00 mark that is taking social media by storm. An Alabama woman happens to snap a photo of a one in a million sight in her yard– a yellow cardinal. WKRG’s Devon Walsh explains the unusual color and how the picture broke the internet.
At the 12:03 mark, a Topeka, KS man giving users the chance to watch sports in a brand new way by using technology to bring virtual reality to the game of hockey. KSNT’s McKenzi Davis shows us how it all works.
Our final story for the day at 16:04 tackles one of the biggest days of the year in the sports world–the NFl draft. At least 300,000 people are expected to pack Music City next month. We take a look behind the scene at some of the prep work going into the big weekend. WKRN’s Cherish Lombard joins the conversation.
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Newsfeed Now streams weekdays at 11 a.m. It is hosted by Aaron Nolan.