A two-year-old boy is back with his family after Dallas police say a Good Samaritan found him wandering down a street at two o’clock Wednesday morning.
A Fort Worth mother is in jail accused of stabbing her three-year-old son in their apartment.
At LaRue Miller Elementary, flags, songs and handmade signs made for a warm welcome home for Army Specialist Aliyah Ben-Israel. But, Ben-Israel is more than a soldier, she’s a parent, and she’s ‘Mommy’ to second-grader Tristyn.
A South Texas woman has been accused of ripping her 6-year-old son’s genitals during a rage and trying to repair the wound with glue.
An online breast milk exchange linked to bacteria contamination says it is changing its policies. Researchers found high amounts of bacteria that could potentially sicken babies in three-fourths of samples they bought from women who advertised on the popular website, Only the Breast.
Normally firefighters go to where help is needed. Last week, the person needing help came to the firefighters stationed on the 6100 block of S. Hulen in Fort Worth.
On the first night Dallas Cowboys Nation met just-drafted safety J.J. Wilcox, he lost his composure in a comically positive way, accepting the news from owner Jerry Jones while screaming with glee in the phone.
A Dallas mother is out of jail—but, still facing charges for leaving her five children home alone in an apartment.
Dallas police are investigating the death of a four-month-old girl. Police found the baby after responding to a call at an apartment complex in the 2900 block of E. Kiest.
A 25-year-old man was arrested after police say he choked his mother to death at her Red Bird home Saturday night.
Despite being a mother of quadruplets, Mother’s Day is the last thing on Amber Bell’s mind. She is understandably more concerned with the 80 ounces of formula she mixes for the 16 bottles a day she feeds her 11-month-old fraternal quadruplets.
House bill 1706 in the Texas Legislature would legally prohibiting anyone from interfering with a nursing mother in public, a protection breast-feeding advocate Michelle Hickman feels new mothers need.