Cook Children’s Medical Center
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.
A Fort Worth toddler has been hospitalized after being mauled by at least one dog Monday afternoon near Lake Worth.
Monday, things got a little brighter for dozens of young patients in care centers in both Dallas and Fort Worth. The sick kids, and their parents got visits from the Dallas Cowboys players and cheerleaders.
Toby Marmon, 8, doesn’t realize how lucky he is. “It’s truly a miracle,” said his father Matthew Marmon. When you see his x-rays you may agree.
A major construction project is underway at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, but for this build, some of the patients are helping out.
A teen mom has been sentenced to more prison time for repeatedly trying to smother her infant son.
When abused children go to the hospital, often times they are left alone, without their family members. But a Tarrant County program is helping provide love and support for those kids.
Arlington police say it looks like a tragic accident. Paramedics had to airlift a three-year-old boy to Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth after he fell from a third floor window, and received what could be life-threatening injuries.
There is proof defibrillators can help save lives and one North Texas mom has worked hard to make sure every school has a device. Her charitable quest is being done in memory of her daughter.
A Fort Worth hospital is now home to the largest all-private room Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the nation. Nearly 50 critical care babies were moved into the new NICU at Cook Children’s Medical Center Tuesday.
A Waco teenager has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for trying to smother her infant son at a Fort Worth Hospital.
Michael Schaaf is an out going little boy who loves to play sports. “He loves football, he loves sports,” said Michael’s mother Lee Dees. “We put him into soccer and he loved to soar in soccer, he was a goalie.”