New Approach To Student Discipline In Dallas ISDA year ago, critics of the Dallas school system complained about the suspension of too many students.
North Texas Law Enforcement Leaders Encourage Women To JoinWomen may make up more than half of the population in the country, but not when it comes to the police force.
Pickup Truck Knocks Man Out Of His ShoesMedStar has taken a man in extremely critical condition to John Peter Smith Hospital who was struck by a pickup truck this afternoon.
Medicaid Rate Cuts To Therapists On Hold: Parents Of Children With Disabilities Still WorryThe tough task of caring for children with disabilities is not getting any easier in Texas.
Frisco Hopes To Bridge Neighborhoods With Public MarketFrisco is growing so fast city planners are looking at ways to make sure it doesn't grow out of control. That's why one new project hopes a giant open market will build a bridge between properties.
Police Need help Identifying Tattooed Woman Set On FirePolice are asking for help identifying a woman who was dumped on Cravens Road and set on fire Monday.
Fine Arts And Dual Language Classes For Arlington KindergartnersSome of the youngest students in Arlington ISD are on a new learning path this fall.
Construction Company Leaves Family Thousands In DamagesAn Argyl woman who dedicated her life to helping others says she’s the one who needs help now after a construction company left her with thousands of dollars in damage.
Dallas Police Senior Corporal Fired After Prostitution-Related ChargeThe Dallas Police Department has fired Dallas Police Senior Corporal Marqueon Skinner.
Woman Thin Enough To Almost Escape Police Squad Car IndictedA Collin County grand jury has indicted a Plano woman who was thin enough to almost escape from the back of a squad car through a slightly opened window.
Truck Hauling Honeybees Rolls Over On Oklahoma InterstateA truck hauling honeybees overturned on an Oklahoma roadway, setting swarms of the insects loose along the highway.
Texas Again Wins Conditional 'No Child Left Behind' ReprieveThe U.S. Department of Education has again granted Texas a conditional waiver to avoid some academic accountability standards imposed by the federal No Child Left Behind law.