Do People's Loud, Annoying Habits Drive You Nuts?A new video featuring NFL superstar brothers Peyton and Eli Manning is gaining popularity for Peyton’s reaction to his brother’s crunching while snacking.
Texas State Senate Focused On CPS & Foster Care IssuesChild abuse, neglect and a broken foster care system were all the focus in the Texas State Senate today. Texas CPS Commissioner John Specia explained that he has been trying to fix the system since taking over in 2012.
Hearing Set For Woman Charged In Oklahoma Parade CrashA court hearing is set for a 25-year-old Oklahoma woman charged with murder and assault in a car crash at Oklahoma State University's homecoming parade that killed four people and injured dozens of others, including children.
Organization Helps Replace What Army Vet Lost On The BattlefieldThis Patriot’s Day is one a North Texas Iraq war veteran will never forget. Failed by the VA, he just got back something that his service to his country stole.
For the Hearing Impaired … Discovery May Have WingsDo you believe a fly could help you hear better? It may sound strange but Texas researchers are working on it.
Dallas Hearing FoundationThe Dallas Hearing Foundation is a nonprofit foundation exclusively dedicated to giving the gifts of hearing and speech to children and adults with hearing loss.
North Texas Toddler Hears for the First TimeLike most toddlers, Kendall Johnson squeals, gurgles and fusses—but, she’s making happy noises that she can’t hear. The 9-month old Plano girl was born deaf.
8-Year-Old Boy Gets Gift Of Hearing For ChristmasWhen Jeremy Lopez asked for a hearing aid for Christmas, somebody heard his wish. After suffering multiple ear infections and surgeries to alleviate the problem, the 8-year-old was left with serious hearing loss.
University Researchers Create 'Bionic Ear' With a 3-D printer, a petri dish and some cells from a cow, researchers at one university are growing synthetic ears that can receive — and transmit — sound.
Hundreds Sign Up To Testify As Abortion Bill Hearings Begin In AustinMore than 2,000 people signed up to testify about proposed abortion restrictions before a Texas House committee on Tuesday, but rules imposed by the panel's top Republican mean no more than 140 members of the public would get a chance to speak.
Judge Denies City Of McKinney Request To Close RestaurantAttorneys for the City of McKinney formally asked a judge to close Hanks Texas Grill because of the dozens of fire and safety code violations it has been issued, all of which the restaurant owner claims are baseless.
Hearing Over, Judge To Decide If Teen Will Be Tried As AdultWas it a tragic accident or a cold-blooded crime? That is the choice a Collin County judge will now have to make before a North Texas teenager stands trial for the shooting death of a classmate.