11-Year-Old Sues Federal Government To Legalize Medical Marijuana; 'I’m Doing What I Consider Pretty Well - 866 Days Seizure Free'An 11-year-old girl from Rowlett is taking on the United States government by suing them over medical marijuana.
Experimental MS Treatment Offers Hope To PatientsA Dallas trial attorney with Multiple Sclerosis reactivates her law license after receiving a promising new treatment using her own stem cells.
Nearly Two-Dozen Mumps Cases At One Texas High SchoolThere have been 23 confirmed cases and nine suspected cases of the mumps at Cedar Hill High School. And all of the infected students and staff members have come down with the disease since February 9th.
Child Born In Austin Area With Microcephaly Has Zika VirusAustin health officials say a child born in Travis County with microcephaly has the Zika virus.
Wednesday's Warriors: Ryan Mims UpdateIn this week's Wednesday's Warriors we check in on an old friend, who is still fighting a big fight.
Crowdsourcing Effort Takes Aim At Deadliest Breast CancersForget the pink ribbons. Spitting in a tube for science is what unites a growing group of breast cancer patients taking part in a unique project to advance treatment for the deadliest form of the disease.
Dolphins Intensify Zika-Control Treatments At Sun Life StadiumThe Miami Dolphins say they've intensified mosquito-control treatments at their stadium because of the Zika virus.
Two More Zika Cases Found In Dallas CountyDallas County health officials have identified two more cases of Zika virus in the county, bringing the total number of cases to 26.
As Zika Fears Escalate, Lawmakers Point Fingers From AfarAs the Zika virus escalates into a public health crisis, members of Congress are entrenched in familiar partisan positions.
Ice Bucket Challenge Leads to ALS Research Breakthrough We all remember the ice bucket challenge from 2014. Videos were posted to every social media site as people drenched themselves in ice water to raise awareness about ALS. Even celebrities got in on it. Turns out, those videos actually worked!
First Human Case West Nile Infection Confirmed In DallasDallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) is reporting the first human case of West Nile infection confirmed in Dallas County for the 2016 season.
Texas Health Officials Prepare For Zika, But Local Efforts TightSo far, Texas officials have reported 48 people infected with Zika, all associated with travel. In one case, the virus was sexually transmitted by someone who had been infected abroad.