Parkland Memorial Hospital
The Denton County Sheriff’s Office has identified a couple struck by a commuter train Saturday evening as 32-year-old Bryan Joseph Geuea, a US Army recruiter in Denton and veteran of multiple tours in Iraq, and his wife, 22-year -old Ashley McCraw Geuea.
One person was killed and another hurt when they were struck by a Denton County Transportation Authority A-Train while walking in an unauthorized area near Lake Lewisville Saturday afternoon, said DCTA spokesman Dee Leggett.
Parkland Hospital’s CEO Thursday defended the hospital board’s decision not to release a taxpayer-funded performance report from the New York health firm Alvarez & Marsal. “We don’t have anything to hide,” Dr. Thomas Royer told CBS 11 Thursday.
Since Lauren Scruggs, 23, was disfigured in a horrific airplane propeller accident, her mother has stayed positive in the public eye. On Wednesday, she announced she and her daughter “made our first adventure,” to Whole Foods, yet another sign of progress in her rehabilitation.
An anesthesiologist who attached a heart monitor to President John F. Kennedy in a Dallas hospital’s emergency room and interviewed wounded Texas Gov. John Connally for surgery has died. Dr. Adolph H. “Buddy” Giesecke Jr. was 79.
Police say Justin Brazile, 24, was seated in the passenger seat of a vehicle on his way home from work when he became the unsuspecting victim of violent road rage.
A 50-year-old man was hospitalized and four apartments were damaged in a three-alarm fire at a complex in the 10000 block of Royal Lane.
An attack in a school hallway left a student so badly injured he had to be flown by helicopter to Parkland Hospital in Dallas.
members of a seven-year-old girl who was critically injured in a hit and run accident are now pleading with the driver responsible to come forward.
A last minute agreement may be saving the life of the Parkland Health and Hospital System.
Parkland Memorial Hospital’s board has voted to withhold perks from managers as it struggles to address patient-care deficiencies that threatened its federal funding.
Fort Worth police and firefighters are being praised by their superior officers for their heroic actions in saving two people from a burning house on Arbor Avenue before daybreak Tuesday.