In a summary judgment, a federal judge has ruled in favor of the Lewisville Independent School District and dismissed a lawsuit filed by the parents of a 9-year-old boy who committed suicide on campus.
School districts are getting serious about bullying, and a school tour is traveling through North Texas on Tuesday to teach kids about self-respect and kindness.
The Lancey family is coping after Debbie Lance’s death. It comes two and a half years after their son, Montana, hung himself at his elementary school in The Colony.
A martial arts center in Hurst is training kids to how to stop bullies with words and verbal skills rather than violence.
School districts across North Texas are stepping up initiatives aimed at curbing bullying. The Fort Worth ISD wants to everyone to know that bullying hurts more than just students.
A new state bill is aimed at getting schools to intervene in the bullying problem. But some school districts, like the Keller ISD, have already started to stand against bullying.
Bullying is so devastating that some students will do almost anything just to get away from it. CBS 11 News talked to one young North Texas woman who made her college choice because of her middle and high school experiences.
Hundreds of organizations across Texas are aimed at stopping bullying, but Big Brothers Big Sisters has been doing something to help children socially, emotionally and academically for over 100 years.
A couple uses the death of their teen daughter to fight against bullying.
Social media can be a powerful tool, bringing groups of people from around the world together for a common goal. But the same support system can be used to bully, as well.
When people talk about bullying, most assume that it is happening to kids in a school environment. But bullying among adults in the workplace is a common problem as well.
The anti-bullying edict, House Bill 1942, requires schools to try to prevent bullying and to intervene if and when harassment occurs. But can the law stop bullying and what exactly protects your child?