Nurses and staff from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital marched out of their hospital building dressed in scrubs Monday afternoon to appear in a united front before the media.
Nursing student Magen Isaacs’ University of Texas at Arlington living quarters are much smaller than where she lived just a week ago.
The CDC and homeland security will enhance health screenings for international passengers at 5 airports: New York’s JFK, Newark, Washington Dulles, Chicago O’Hare and Atlanta Hartsfield.
In a day where travelers are already slowed by long lines at security checkpoint, some think a health checkpoint would be another unnecessary delay.
The proper way to salute is drilled into every sailor, soldier, marine and airman from the very beginning of training. It is regarded as a sign of respect to properly salute a fellow member of the military.
When warning sirens blared in Fort Worth last Thursday, fear turned to confusion.
The Texas Board of Education is in the process of deciding what your child could be learning in school next year and a battle is brewing over some of those textbooks in the state capitol.
Nearly a dozen clay shooting clubs have popped up in North Texas school districts such as Southlake/Carroll, Flower Mound and Argyle.
A huge explosion in the garage of an Arlington home rattled houses around it and left one man dead.
Employees at the Cinnamon Creek Ranch archery range say someone intentionally shot their mascot through the heart with a blunt, target arrow.
A Parker County family has filed suit against a private school accusing one of its teachers of abuse.
Most students spend the first day of school finding their locker or their home room. But Tristin Thomas spent his first day of 8th grade at home, logging into his virtual classroom.