A masters degree allowed Erica Edwards to fine tune and focus her skill set, which gave her the credentials to do what she wanted to do.
Pilates, yoga, cycling, jazz, tap, ballet, Zumba, belly dancing and even pole dancing are some of the ways that people are keeping themselves slim and trim while having fun.
When a child comes into the emergency room at Children’s Medical Center, Eddie Mercado is part of the trauma team that is responsible for making sure the right medications are administered to the child.
Janet James went through some ups and downs in her teaching career, but through persistence, has achieved a gratifying role she can smile about every day.
Professor Jackie Reynolds encourages employment in the striving healthcare field in the DFW area.
Her dream has always been to dance but 21-year-old Whitney Mitchell, whose arms and legs were amputated, knows it will take one-step at a time.
From touchscreens to smartphones, technology and computers have inherently become a part of everyday life. For those in need of training, the DFW area offers these resources.
Political debates among friends and relatives during election season are as old as — well — politics. But social media is changing the debate.
Meet Aaron Kotamarti: He’s 17 and he has an affinity for Jimi Hendrix. Oh, and he’s graduating this week from the University of Texas at Dallas with an electrical engineering degree.
Outside of the beauty spring brings to North Texas, it also brings wonderful concerts and performances to our area. Check out some of the highlights.
Two Garland women who were trapped inside their sinking vehicle Friday after mistakenly driving off a boat ramp at Lake Ray Hubbard say they know they could’ve drowned.
The massive layoffs that are taking place within many public schools districts across the state are having an impact on colleges.