Arianna Huffington Signs Off At The Huffington PostArianna Huffington, The Huffington Post's editor-in-chief, announced Thursday that she's leaving to head a new health, wellbeing and productivity startup.
Consumer Justice Results Round-Up: $1300 In Refunds In 2 WeeksConsumer Justice reporter Cristin Severance has refunded $1300 for consumers in the last two weeks!
Journalism Schools React To Virginia News Crew DeathsThe deaths of Virginia news reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward are even felt here in North Texas, on college campuses where journalism students are learning.
"National Night Out" Brings Plano Neighborhood TogetherMembers of the community will come together after sunset to celebrate National Night Out. The annual even raises awareness about safety and police procedures.
Patriotic Partiers Celebrate Texas-Style Across CountiesFrom Fort Worth to Dallas and Frisco, large crowds enjoyed all the Fourth of July festivities popping up around town.
Texas A&M Resurrects Journalism ProgramTexas A&M University in the fall will begin offering a major in journalism, resurrecting the program a decade after it was eliminated.
TCU Names College Of Communication After Bob Schieffer Texas Christian University has bestowed another laurel upon its star journalism alumnus. TCU trustees voted to rename its College of Communications the Schieffer College of Communications, effective immediately.
Flash Flooding Cause For Concern In ArlingtonTwo parents endured a frightening ordeal Friday morning when high waters quickly rose, covering the roads they were driving on. It was a surprise for many.
Study: Nonprofit News Sites Need Business Help The growing number of nonprofit news websites say they need more help from business experts than journalists.
The Foote Files: Covering Tragic News Stories Since the beginning of radio and TV, broadcast journalists have been or will at some time in their career be faced with covering a story that has the potential and capability to affect them personally.
Former Students Support Irving Journalism Teacher In His Final DaysStudents who went to an Irving high school during the 70's are now rallying around one of their beloved former teachers.
Filmmaker & Author Nora Ephron Dies At 71Nora Ephron, the author and filmmaker who challenged and thrived in the male-dominated worlds of movies and journalism, died on Tuesday from a form of leukemia. She was 71.