MacArthur High School Soccer Player Wins Scholar Athlete HonorSoccer practice at MacArthur High School in Irving was interrupted to surprise Delanie Castor with this month's scholar athlete honor for her achievements in the classroom and on the field.
Suspicious Item At MacArthur High Deemed HarmlessSomeone told Irving Police school resource officers about a suspicious item found in an unused school locker.
MacArthur High Football Players Accused Of Package Theft Students haven't returned to class yet but already some high school football players could face serious trouble before they even take the field.
'Clock Kid' Files Lawsuit Against City Of Irving & Irving ISDThe teenager from Irving who was arrested last September after bringing a homemade clock to school filed a lawsuit on Monday. Police officers arrested then 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed when his clock was mistaken for a bomb.
Bus Driver Accused Of Making Advance On TeenagerA man trusted to drive children to school is accused of making an inappropriate advance on one of them.
Fellow Muslim Student Defends 'Clock Kid's' Former High SchoolA Muslim who went to Irving's MacArthur High School is defending the school from discrimination claims.
Irving "Clock Kid" Moving To QatarAhmed Mohamed accepted a scholarship to Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development.
Irving Teen's Suspension Ends, But What's Next?His suspension is over, but Ahmed Mohamed will not likely return to school on Friday.
Dozens Rally For AhmedAcross town at the Irving City Council meeting, residents sounded off about the incident.
Backlash Continues Over Irving Teen's Homemade Clock ArrestOnline critics have called for the teacher who initially seized the homemade clock to be fired.
Irving ISD Praises Teacher Who Took Away ClockThe Irving ISD is praising a teacher for her actions when taking away Ahmed Mohamed's homemade clock earlier this week, thinking that it could have been a hoax bomb.
Support Pours In For Irving Teen Suspended Over ClockEncouragement poured in from across the nation for a 14-year-old boy whose homemade electronic clock led to his detention and suspension from school, with President Barack Obama, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg