The first nurse from Dallas to to get infected with the deadly ebola virus is finally getting some good news.
Twenty-three middle school students at Highland Middle School in Saginaw had to be treated for multiple bee stings after someone disturbed a hive during PE class.
The Texas Lottery has announced plans to end the Fun 5’s scratch-off game, which just launched less than two months ago.
Dr. Lou Tierce has been accused of animal cruelty. An agreement with the state veterinary board has the Fort Worth doctor’s veterinary license suspended for five years.
Early voting has begun for the Nov. 4 Election, but around 100 Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital workers are unable to go to the polls.
Texas Governor Rick Perry was in Dallas today to announce a new plan to bring together key medical resources in the battle against the deadly ebola virus.
Cleburne Mayor Scott Cain is addressing concerns about a police officer who is currently under investigation and receiving death threats for the shooting death of a pit bull.
A group of students at Highland Middle School in Fort Worth was attacked by a swarm of Africanized bees on Tuesday.
Kimberly-Clark is cutting jobs as part of a restructuring effort aimed at reducing costs and making business more efficient. The effort is expected to be over by 2016’s end.
Light rail service in the downtown Dallas area will be halted for six weekends, including the Thanksgiving holiday, during repairs to DART lines. The work begins this Saturday.
The reward for information leading to a missing North Texas woman has grown to $25,000. Christina Morris of Fort Worth was last seen on August 30 in a parking garage in Plano.
Authorities are investigating a string of October bank robberies in Plano believed to be committed by the same suspect.