Speaking at a general audience Wednesday Pope Francis said that the use of corporal punishment was acceptable, with certain conditions.
The NFL’s hard line on Adrian Peterson held up. The league-appointed arbitrator for Peterson’s appeal affirmed the unpaid suspension until at least next spring.
Florida State officials say Jameis Winston will be benched for the first half of Saturday’s game against Clemson after making “offensive and vulgar” comments about women and that the quarterback will undergo internal discipline.
Eddie Reeves doesn’t shy away from it: as a child, he says his mother spanked him with switches or tree branches. But a child psychologist says in general, physical punishment is not effective.
An emotional debate is underway about how far is too far when it comes to disciplining children. Hitting kids at home can escalate to criminal act. But what about hitting kids at school? You may be surprised to learn that several North Texas school districts still allow corporal punishment.
With just days before Thanksgiving they aren’t swapping holiday recipes, instead they are tackling the very real issue of bullying within the Alvarado ISD.
False insurance claims, time sheet inaccuracies and lying on a sworn statement were among the reasons four Dallas police officers were suspended or fired from their jobs.
In the poverty scarred pockets of East Dallas’ Pleasant Grove neighborhood, that life is a battle is a given. The only question is where the fight will be waged. For many of the lucky ones—it’s in the boxing ring at Montoya’s Gym.
A Forest Hill mother is in court today for a pre-trial hearing on a family assault case. Erica Moore is the woman who admitted beating her son with an electrical cord for engaging in a homosexual act.
A mother in Forest Hill is in trouble with authorities after whooping her son with an electrical cord after catching him engaged in a sexual act.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown isn’t backing away from a twitter message that has an attorney for some fired officers fired up.
Texas Senators from both parties say the state may have gone too far in imposing a zero tolerance policy for bad behavior in schools.