Sutherland Springs Resident: 'Everyday Will Be A Little Less Worse Than Yesterday'The day after 26 people in Sutherland Springs, Texas were gunned down at a church, resident Paul White said he knew what he had to do.
I-Team: Cancer Patients Sue Roundup, Claim Ingredient Made Them Sick "There is no medical evidence whatsoever that glyphosate causes cancer," said Monsanto Vice President Scott Partridge. "I regret that these plaintiff lawyers have pointed them in that direction."
I-Team: Where's The Harvey Donation Money?The Red Cross collected more than $400 million in Harvey relief donations alone, but some donors and flood victims are asking where all the money has gone.
I-Team: Patients Worried Sick About Soaring Prescription Drug PricesPrescription drug costs are going up at a pace that’s leaving many patients wondering how much longer can they afford their life-saving medication.
Top 5 Surprisingly Good Effects Of CaffeineThe caffeine in your morning cup of coffee could actually be good for your brain.
Red-Light Camera Tickets In Frisco Jump 59 PercentOfficials with the city of Frisco said they can't explain a significant increase in red-light camera tickets there in the past year.
61-Year-Old Woman Shoots Intruder, Then Burglars Attack HerAwoken in the middle of the night by two home intruders, a 61-year-old Terrell woman reached for her gun and shot one of the burglars.
Parents Want Sidewalks After Another Student Is Hit Walking To SchoolA Denton mother is pleading for a sidewalk after her 15-year-old daughter was hit Monday by a car walking to school.
Mother Grieves Loss Of Toddler Left In Hot CarA 2-year-old Dallas girl died after being left in a hot car. Her grieving mother, Khalilah Busby, blames herself.
Flooding And FAA Almost Force Coppell To Cancel FireworksBetween flooding and the FAA, the City of Coppell was nearly forced to cancel its fireworks show Friday night.
Clashing McKinney Protests Heated Yet PeacefulClashing views went face-to-face Friday evening in front of McKinney Police Department as protesters were met with a counter protesters in a heated yet peaceful exchange.
Denton Considers Repealing Unenforceable Fracking BanThe Denton city council will consider repealing its fracking ban Tuesday evening now that a new Texas law makes the ban unenforceable.

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