Richardson First Grader Brings Loaded Gun To SchoolParents at a Richardson school are reeling after a first grader brought a loaded gun to class this morning.
Fort Worth ISD Looks To Improve EducationFort Worth is looking at ways to improve education for young children at community centers, churches and after school programs as well as in schools to boost fundamental reading skills.
Schools Warn Of 'Virtual Kidnapping' Scam Targeting Parents Schools across the U.S. are warning about a scam to convince parents that their children were kidnapped — even though they weren't.
Tyson Recalls 65 Tons Of Chicken NuggetsHungry Tyson’s Chicken customers may have bitten off more than they could chew this summer since nearly 133,000 pounds of fully cooked chicken nuggets may have contained hard plastic.
Garland Police Investigating Robberies Targeting TeensGarland Police are investigating three robberies that occurred in the northern part of the city while the juveniles were either waiting at the bus stop or walking to school.
Central Texas Teacher Accused Of Hiding Camera In RestroomInvestigators say a Central Texas third-grade teacher was arrested on charges of hiding a video camera in a staff restroom in a recording that also captured his image.
UTA's Nursing Program Helping Meet DemandOverall UTA’s enrollment is up 7.3% from last year. They are on pace to surpass more than 56,000 students this year both on campus and online.
Man Tries To Lure 13-Year-Old Into His CarPolice in Rockwall are investigating after a man tried to lure a 13-year-old girl into his car yesterday.
Frisco ISD Considers Budget Cuts After $30M ShortfallFrisco ISD has a $30 million budget shortfall looming after voters rejected a tax increase to offset it.
Rabid Bat Found Near Peter's Colony ElementarySchool officials in The Colony discovered a live bat inside a tree trunk near Peter’s Colony Elementary on Friday.
Top 5 Tips For Packing School LunchesAs parents one of your biggest homework assignments of the new school year is packing your kids a lunch they will actually eat that won't take you all morning to fix.
Solar-Powered Crossing Signs Part Of $1M School Safety MakeoverA dozen schools in Fort Worth will have upgraded school zone safety signs to start the new school year in a program that could quickly grow to impact a large number of the 200,000 students in the city.