Arlington ISD Student Hit By SUV While Walking To SchoolA North Texas teenager is fighting for his life after being hit by an SUV while he was walking to school.
15 Year Old Boy Hospitalized After E-Cigarette ExplodesA Tarrant County teenager is recovering in the hospital after an e-cigarette blew up in his face.
Burn Awareness WeekHave you talked to your kids about the possible burn risks in your home? Now is the time.
Driver Dies After Colliding With Dallas Fire TruckPolice say a man died late Friday evening after colliding with a Dallas Fire-Rescue truck on Shady Trail.
Man Who Stole City Equipment Involved In Fatal Wrong-Way CrashDallas police are investigating an incident where a man stole a City of Dallas backhoe and was involved in a fatal wrong way accident on North Stemmons Freeway early Sunday morning.
Parkland Hospital Named One Of The Greenest In AmericaSince its sustainability program was established in 2013, Parkland has recycled or diverted more than 3,800 tons of waste through 30 different programs.
Own A Piece Of Parkland This WeekendMore than 6,000 non-medical items from the old Parkland Hospital are for sale, and some of them date back to when it first opened.
One Dead, Two Injured In Garland Apartment FireThe Garland Fire Department responded to an apartment fire on the 220 block of I-30 early Saturday morning.
Black Doctor's Conflict: Saving Officers, Trust Of PoliceWhen officers who'd been shot in Dallas started showing up at Parkland Hospital, trauma surgeon Dr. Brian H. Williams went to work, pushing aside the inner conflict he faces every day as a black man who's fearful when encountering police.
Raw Emotion On Display At Parkland HospitalDoctors say they weren't just thinking about the officers they cared for during the ambush.
Dallas Doctor Says Not Saving Cops "Weighs On My Mind"A black trauma surgeon at Parkland Hospital in Dallas said Monday that he understands the "anger and frustration and distrust of law enforcement," but blames the problem on a lack of discussion.
Parkland's Budget Crunch: The Pocketbook Cost Of Texas PoliticsDallas County’s healthcare safety net is now looking to make up a roughly $100 million budget shortfall—while some local leaders blame Texas politics for a stalemate that leaves both poor patients and taxpayers on the hook.