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  • Anti-abortion protesters spent part of Tuesday morning in front of the school, the seventh straight day they have been there. One of the protesters, Todd Bullis stands by a NBC 5 news crew on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

  • NBC 5 videographer Roy Hernandez looks back towards reporter Lexie Houghtaling in front of the school Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

  • The NBC 5 news crew of videographer Roy Hernandez and reporter Lexie Houghtaling stand in front of the school on the morning of Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

  • Anti-abortion protester Todd Bullis stands on the sidewalk in front of the school as NBC 5 videographer Roy Hernandez stands by his camera.

  • NBC 5 videographer Roy Hernandez adjusts his equipment as reporter Lexie Houghtaling stands to his side waiting to do an interview Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

First it was the Dallas Morning News and now it appears the school will be the focus of an NBC 5 news story.

Wingspan first brought you the story last week, followed by both a news article and an opinion piece over the weekend in the Dallas Morning News.

Now after showing up in front of the school for the seventh school day in a row, anti-abortion protesters are getting attention from NBC 5.

The news crew showed up first thing Tuesday morning to conduct interviews and get video footage of the protests.

Wingspan tried to get an interview with NBC 5 but the request was denied.