A former Green Bay Packers cheerleader takes on her bullies by posting her emotional story for the entire world to read (through a series of signs) on YouTube.
The Terrell Independent School District is standing by its initial claim that a middle school student death last week was not the result of a bullying incident.
Friends and family of a Terrell ISD teen are suggesting the girl’s death was the result of bullying. Monday officials with the district said, “That has been some of the rumor and allegation. We routinely investigate any such allegation. We’re continuing our investigation processes.”
Fort Worth is Cowtown, Dallas is Big D and now Burleson has a moniker of its own. The “Kindness Matters” signs are posted on virtually every corner, on every marquee, in the windows of shops and in front of homes.
A new study co-authored by doctors at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas is looking at bullying from a different angle: what goes into making a child a bully. And they’ve determined parents play a vital role.
An email attack on a Wisconsin television news anchor is once again drawing attention to bullying. CBS 11 News talked to students today about how rude people seem to have become to one another — especially in the online world.
A CBS television news anchor in Wisconsin fought back on live TV in response to a disparaging email about her weight and accusations of being an irresponsible role model for girls.
There are questions surrounding the transfer of Fossil Ridge High School’s band director. The district says the move was for personal matters. But CBS 11 News uncovered a different story.
Texas Rangers players Michael Young, David Murphy and Elvis Andrus have participated in a series of taped public service announcements to encourage students to stop bullying one another.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit Tuesday against Lewisville ISD over the suicide of 9 year old Montana Lance.
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.
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