Several hospitals across North Texas on Wednesday morning were eager to celebrate the births of their first 2014 babies. Check out some of the newest DFW residents.
A North Texas soldier was on a secret mission Monday. His assignment as to surprise his children by returning home for Christmas — and it was mission accomplished.
An analysis of studies on 250 million children around the world finds they don’t run as fast or as far as their parents did when they were young.
A dispute over the age of a North Texas pee wee football player turned into a brawl. The fist-to-cuffs incident was one where parents and coaches were the ones acting like children.
Parents, not students, got an education on drug use at Highland Park Middle School. The goal was to teach parents how to spot signs of possible drug use in their own homes.
One subject that will bring the emotions of many a parent to a boil is — school re-zoning. Changing a child’s school district is not what most parents want, but it was a topic on the table in Frisco Monday night.
“I have two babies… two separate babies!” exclaimed mother Jenni Ezell—with both joy and tears filling her eyes. The emphasis, appropriately enough, is on ‘separate’.
Parents whose children need last minute immunizations may visit two places this week to take care of it.
Students and parents in Southlake, some still apprehensive over the plan to have armed officers in schools, met the armed police officers who will be assigned to schools for the first time Wednesday.
The Keller school district may be shifting gears after the results of a survey revealed residents think they need to boost some areas of course instruction.
Some North Texas parents are using drug-sniffing dogs as well to try to find out if their children are using drugs.
More than 2,000 teachers, students, parents and school administrators from around Texas are rallying at the state Capitol to demand the restoration of $5.4 billion in public education cuts the Legislature approved in 2011.