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.
More 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.
Attorneys 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.
Was 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.
TxDOT is inviting residents to a public hearing Tuesday night. Citizens can find out more and comment on plans to widen Interstate-35W from I-30, up to North Loop 820 and beyond.
Just a few weeks ago there were some very bitter divorce hearings between Deion Sanders and wife Pilar. Today the pair were back in court — fighting.
A separate arbitration hearing into whether Goodell has jurisdiction to punish the players for the team’s bounties program has been set for May 30.
Darius Ewing, the man accused of setting Justice the Dog on fire, is trying to have his bond reduced. His hearing has been rescheduled.
The Dallas Arboretum gets a temporary win in its efforts to use part of White Rock Lake for overflow parking, after some residents went to court to try and block the plan.
After enduring the explosive sounds of war in Iraq, Allen Vaught may have been looking forward to silence. But the Dallas veteran rarely has it.
Most people don’t like the odd, out of place, sound of their own voice when they hear it. When North Texan Sarah Churman first heard her voice the sound gave way to a raw, tearful flood of emotion.
Christopher Ferrell only wanted to communicate with the police officer who pulled him over for speeding. But, when Ferrell didn’t respond to commands, the officer jerked him out of his car and slammed him against its back window.