Cook Children’s Hospital

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Teen Back In Hospital: West Nile To Blame?

Jordon Conner has spent the last few days in a wheelchair.


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Paralyzed 5 Year Old’s Heartwarming Homecoming

A little boy who suffered a life-changing injury returned to North Texas for a tear-jerking, heart-swelling homecoming.

CBS 11–09/28/2012

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Music Has The Power To Heal Young Patients

Doctors and patients at Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth are learning that music has the power to heal. CBS 11 News spent a day with one of the hospital’s music therapists.


Shannon Walthall holds her baby, Faith, who has a rare form of Dwarfism and wasn't supposed to live for more than five minutes. She's now four months old. (Credit:

For A Fort Worth Baby, Every Second Counts – Literally

Shannon Walthall spends every second she can at Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth.


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Relative: Child Dog Mauling Victim Had Ear Reattached

CBS 11 News has learned the child that was attacked and mauled by four dogs in Lake Worth on Monday had to undergo surgery to reattach an ear. Meanwhile, the injured child’s grandmother was arrested — but not on charges related to the dog attack.


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Azle School Football Player Collapses During Game

A middle school football player in Azle was taken to the hospital on Tuesday night after he was seriously injured during a game.


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Man Charged After Fleeing Deadly Crash Scene Involving Baby

A Lewisville man has been charged with failure to stop and render aid and manslaughter after a baby traveling in the truck he was driving was killed by an airbag.


From left, country artists Randy Travis, Charley Pride, Sonny Burgess and others sing Christmas Carols to children while volunteering at Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth. (Credit: Cook Children's)

Texas Country Artist Finds Inspiration Volunteering At Cook Children’s

Nathan Amezquita, 16, of Odessa, is trying his hand at guitar. Although the teenager admits learning the chords can be difficult, guitar lessons are perhaps the easiest part of his day.


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A Guide To Camp John Marc

Camp John Marc is for Cook Children’s Hospital patients.

CBS 11–10/12/2010