McKinney Man Visits, Thanks Paramedics Who Saved His LifeRobert Erwin visited McKinney Fire Station Number 2 and gave a heart-felt "thank you" to paramedics Aaron Curry, Luke Dixon and Kraig Ferguson.
Texas Senate Endorses Letting First Responders Carry GunsThe Texas Senate has endorsed allowing paramedics and other first-responders, including volunteer firefighters, to carry concealed handguns in restricted areas.
First Responders Honored At The State Fair Of TexasThe State Fair of Texas declared Friday First Responders Day offering free admission to active and retired emergency service workers and their families.
Two Women, Child Seriously Injured In Decatur CrashThree people suffered non-life threatening, yet serious injuries this afternoon after a two vehicle crash on Farm Road 51 North at the U.S. 380 overpass.
Crash Survivor Smiles Through The Pain, Grateful He's AlivePreston Hollow resident David Martin was driving along a back-road in Bowie when investigators said a driver hit him from behind.
New CPR Machine Helps Paramedics Save Patients' LivesThe City of McKinney has new machines that will be carried on all ambulances and fire trucks that can actually perform CPR without a human involved.
Ice Storm Plan Paid Off For Fort Worth Medical EmergenciesA combination of planning and improvisation left Fort Worth emergency crews with a template for better responding to icy weather that other cities may follow.
Man Shot While Driving On Arlington HighwayPolice in Arlington are investigating a shooting in which a man was hurt while driving down State Highway 360 on Tuesday night. Police have not said what the motive might have been.
Paramedics Quick Action Saved Driver's LifeTwo Fort Worth paramedics rescued a woman who was trapped inside her burning, wrecked pickup truck after it rolled on West Freeway early Thursday morning.
Paramedics Packing Heat? One Texas Lawmaker Says YesIf passed, Texas Representative Ken King's bill would allow EMS in counties with fewer than 50,000 people, like Cooke, to carry guns.
Rescuers: Number Of Children Hit By Cars On The RiseNorth Texas emergency responders are concerned about the number of children hit by cars in recent weeks and they are urging parents and motorists to take precautions.
Plano Considers Paramedic 'House Call' ProgramEmergency officials in Plano are starting to rethink the way they operate their 911 services and the chief believes the answer could be paramedics who make 'house calls'.