Immigrant students have a new chance for success after the Irving Independent School District started part two of a new school program.
The Facebook founder and CEO announced on his page recently that he has vowed to read a book every other week in 2015, with an emphasis on learning about different beliefs, cultures and technologies.
There’s a school in Fort Worth that’s taking in students of all ages, from all around North Texas. The lesson plan: fire up your creativity and learn how to make unique glass-blown art pieces.
Hurst police have charged 17-year-old Ricardo Lugo with indecency with a child amid accusations he fondled a boy in the 3rd grade.
As the hunt for a wanted murder suspect neared the 24-hour mark in Crowley, nearby schools took precautions to protect their students.
What could be a field of dreams in one Lake Highlands neighborhood has turned into a sore point between neighbors who live there and those wanting to build a multi-use ballpark.
Eighth-graders at Trinity Springs Middle School gave a holiday surprise to a fellow student who just wanted to be able to shoot a basketball.
Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday declined an offer from Texas A&M University to rename an iconic 100-year-old academic building on the campus after the outgoing state leader.
Gov. Rick Perry could get a building named for him at the campus where he graduated in 1972. Texas A&M will consider changing the name of the Academic Building.
A nation, a workplace, an ethnicity, a passion, an outsized personality. The people who comprise these things, who fawn or rail against them, are behind the 2014 word of the year.
A Washington, D.C., museum will display the rifle that sniper Charles Whitman used to kill 16 people and wound 32 others from atop the University of Texas clock tower in 1966.
Weeks of bullying a child with special needs escalated into violence at a local middle school. That little girl is now in a hospital recovering from a concussion.