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From the moment Fort Worth Doctor Kent Brantly and his family joined the Southside Church of Christ medical missionary work was a passion. Wednesday night church members and others gathered to pray for Dr. Brantly’s healing.
The phrase is already on your money. The Tarrant County tax assessor thought it was fitting it should be on his office paperwork. The national motto, “In God We Trust,” is now printed on the back of tax office envelopes.
Sky Richardson, 16, says he will never forget his life-changing visit to Israel. “It was the greatest experience of my life.” The Addison boy and six other teens from Temple Shalom in Dallas spent more than a month touring in Israel.
It seems like a common sense warning — “don’t feed the alligators.” That’s exactly what a Denton County game warden wants people who use Lewisville Lake to know and what CBS 11 News found out about alligators in the lake is getting a lot of attention.
His paintings made news worldwide, but it turns out that former President George W. Bush has been working on another, highly personal project since leaving the White House: He has quietly completed a biography of his father, former President George H.W. Bush.
A migraine sufferer who was referred to a spiritual healer, also known as a “Curandero” in the Latino community told police he sexually assaulted her.
“Do the right thing.” That’s the message Jenny Wilson is sending to the Dallas Fire Department. “Let us know what happened.” It’s been more than 14 months since her husband, Stan Wilson, a veteran Dallas Firefighter, died battling a North Dallas apartment fire.
Lax late-night security at a Texas McDonald’s will cost the owner of the fast food restaurant $27 million, after the death of two teens in 2012.
Dallas Cowboys great Deion Sanders is fighting back to try to keep his Prime Prep Academy charter school open after accusations of financial mishandling.
An associate professor of Chemistry at the University of North Texas has created a new tool to crack down on I-D theft, trace criminals and help in the fight against cancer.
Memorial space flights for four-legged loved ones will start this fall by a Houston company that already sends human remains into space.