What you may have suspected is now confirmed. You may be a cell phone addict. That’s not a good thing.
Some good news for Texas families worried about paying for college. A bill filed in the state legislature would give high school students the opportunity to earn tuition credit for doing certain community service work.
The bags are packed and the move-in date is coming up fast. Now all that’s left before moving into the dorms and starting a new life at college is dorm-room shopping. Here are some essential items to put on that shopping list.
Getting into college is already a challenge for many students, and now they have something else to be concerned about.
Folks who live in Dallas County will be paying a little more for property taxes next year. The extra funds will help pay for county community colleges.
The University of Texas at San Antonio student mauled in a chimpanzee attack in South Africa is returning home for treatment.
Officials say the two chimpanzees that mauled a Texas college student at an animal refuge in South Africa are being reintroduced at the center.
The responsibility of paying for college is shifting; it’s falling more now on students and their families, as state funding declines.
Two adult chimpanzees that viciously attacked a Texas college student at a primate sanctuary in South Africa were defending their territory and will be allowed to live.
Last month more than 20 people were arrested in connection with a drug investigation at TCU. Thursday two of those people were formally charged in the case, bringing the total number of defendants to five.
He’s 79-years-old and on his own raises $6 million a year to help raise 200 children. For 40 years he’s taken kids on the brink of prison, life-long drug addiction, and poverty, and given them structure, education, and love at Happy Hill Farm Academy.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Good news for residents in Dallas County. On Thursday, Dallas County Health and Human Services announced that they received another shipment of the meningitis vaccine. Last week DCHHS had run out of […]