What do ice cream and pajamas have in common? Usually, nothing. But this Saturday in Plano, the two come together to raise money for a great cause.
At the College World Series in Nebraska, a lot of people were surprised when Texas Tech didn’t start their lefty freshman — all-American Dylan Dusek. The teen has been impressive, but the journey to the mound is the inspiring part of his story.
Gwynn’s sweet left-handed swing made him one of San Diego’s best-loved athletes. He was nicknamed “Mr. Padre” during his 20-year major league career.
Saturday is the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Plano, and participant Paola Gerber talks about what it means to be a breast cancer ‘pre-vivor.’
A North Texas man is seeking more than $1 million in damages after he says surgeons mistakenly removed his healthy kidney instead of his cancerous one.
Texas doctors are working to develop a new and easy way to diagnose a rare but serious form of eye cancer. Retinoblastoma is characterized by tumors that form inside the eye. In the U.S., it appears in some 350 babies and toddlers each year.
Pete Cason has defied death, and the cancer growing inside him, for three years, his wife Kathy a nearly constant companion.
May is Melanoma Month and some local celebrities are joining with DermOne to fight the most common form of cancer in the U.S, skin cancer.
Kyle Murray, 10, is battling for his life. He was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer when he was three years old.
Democrat Wendy Davis is renewing attacks in the Texas governor’s race on Republican rival Greg Abbott over past turmoil at the state’s $3 billion cancer-fighting agency.
It was all smiles as dozens of north Texans gave up their hair for a charitable cause at AT&T Stadium.
It is, at best, an awful coincidence. Three kids with cancer — all at the same Keller school.