Millions of viewers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area have turned to FOX 4’s Clarice Tinsley for the latest headlines and the most in-depth news stories affecting Texas and the world. With major investigative reporting awards to her credit, including the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, Clarice is uncompromising in her commitment to inform the community thoroughly and credibly.
Recognized as one of Texas’ most knowledgeable reporters, Clarice is on the air and has been on the scene as important news stories unfold.
In May 2016, Clarice received a rare honor from Austin College in Sherman, Texas. During Commencement, the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters was bestowed upon her as she was hooded in the colors of Austin College...crimson and gold. Clarice Tinsley, H.D.L.
In January 2016, Clarice was given the Ann Williams Award from the Dallas Black Dance Theatre. It was presented to Clarice by Country Music Legend and Grammy winner, Charley Pride.
On New Year’s Eve 2015, Clarice was in Dubai celebrating her birthday with her husband. At 9:30 that night there were at a party preparing to watch the midnight fireworks in front of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, when Clarice saw smoke. It got darker, she went on social media and learned it was at The Address condo and hotel. Clarice shot video of the smoke from the roof of her hotel and sent it to FOX4. Then she took off her high heels, put on her athletic shoes, and with her husband walked 2 miles to cover the fire and send the video back to FOX4.
In addition to the George Foster Peabody Award, Clarice has earned an a DuPont-Columbia Citation, an Emmy, three Dallas Press Club Katie Awards, two Awards of Excellence from American Women in Radio and Television, Best Investigative Reporting from Texas Associated Press, the Texas Headliner
A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Dr. Burkhead joined the W. B. Carrell Clinic in 1983. His numerous credentials include an MD degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, residency in orthopaedic surgery at UT Southwestern Medical School, and a fellowship in shoulder reconstructive surgery at the University Of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio under Charles A. Rockwood, Jr., MD, one of the premier shoulder surgeons in the world. Dr. Burkhead was selected 1991 Presidential Guest Lecturer of the Japanese Shoulder Society and was a 1997 Traveling Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He has also served as President of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons.
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