Did Landmark Laws From Congress Enable High Drug Prices?Lawmakers are venting outrage over high prescription drug costs, but if Congress is looking for culprits, it might want to look in the mirror.
Drugmaker Pfizer Decides Not To Break Up BusinessPfizer will not split into two publicly traded companies, a decision that, at least for now, ends Wall Street speculation over the drugmaker's future.
Mylan CEO Infuriates Lawmakers At Hearing On EpiPen CostsMylan CEO Heather Bresch infuriated lawmakers as she tried to explain steep cost increases of her company's life-saving EpiPens.
Clinton Back On Campaign Trail After Releasing Health InfoHillary Clinton returns to the campaign trail Thursday following a bout of pneumonia that sidelined her for three days and revived questions about her and Republican Donald Trump's health.
Wednesday's Warriors: Candice Stinnett Once is bad enough but one North Texas mother fought cancer three time
Study: Young Athletes Take Longer To Recover From ConcussionsA new nationwide study by Nationwide Children's Hospital found that soccer injuries are on the rise, increasing by 78 percent each year.
Bat Tests Positive For Rabies In Northwest ArlingtonAnimal Service officials observed and removed an ill-acting Hoary bat from the area of 1100 Forrest Drive.
Gov't Survey Confirms Slowdown In US Health Insurance GainsA new government survey confirms that the nation's progress in getting more people covered by health insurance slowed significantly this year, a finding that tempers a historic achievement of the Obama administration.
Progress Slows On Uninsured As Health Law Blame Game Goes OnProgress in reducing the number of people without health insurance in the U.S. appears to be losing momentum.
Ninety-Year-Old Walks 1,360 Miles To Raise Juneteenth AwarenessOpal Lee, 90, of Fort Worth is planning on walking from Fort Worth to Washington, D.C. to raise awareness on her campaign.
Feds To Distribute $53 Million To States To Fight Opioid AbuseThe Obama administration says it will distribute $53 million to 44 states in an effort to curb opioid abuse.
Denton Sprays for Mosquitoes Near Zika Patient's HomeThe City of Denton targeted the yards of 22 homes to spray where mosquitoes could breed after a resident returned from Puerto Rico with the Zika virus.