US Students Score Poorly In Arts And Music ExamWhen it comes to music and visual arts, American teenagers could use some help.
Residents Push For School Zone After Teens HospitalizedA crash in front of a Fort Worth high school sent four teenagers to the hospital Friday, including two in critical condition. Residents said it highlighted the lack of a school zone in the area that they have feared would lead to a serious incident.
Little Elm Residents Still Reeling From Hail StormsGolf ball-sized hail pummeled Cary Whitt’s home in Little Elm.
Company Offers 'Food For The Soul' Free Warehouse SpaceHundreds of North Texas children, at risk of going hungry, will continue receiving food from a local charity that nearly shut down last week.
No Snow Days? What's Next For Schools?Parents aren't sure what their child's school district will do with snow day make-ups. Here's some answers!
Plano Police Investigate After Racist Graffiti Sprayed On SchoolStudents at Plano West Senior High arrived Monday morning to find hateful, and in some cases racist, graffiti had been scrawled on several of the windows and doors at the school.
South Dakota Bill Leaves Evolution Skepticism Up To TeachersSouth Dakota is one of at least three states, along with Texas and Oklahoma, considering a bill on whether to let teachers decide how much skepticism to work into lessons on contentious scientific topics such as evolution and climate change.
Report: Most Texas School Districts Have Scant Sex EducationA new study finds that more than four-fifths of Texas school districts teach no sex education or offer curriculums focusing solely on abstinence.
Honorary LHS Graduate Earns Her Diploma 70 Years LaterIt took her 71 years, but a Lewisville woman finally accomplished her dream at the age of 88-years-old.
Richardson ISD Investigating After Boy With Special Needs Wanders Off CampusA school district is investigating to figure out what went wrong after a little boy with special needs wandered away from school and walked several blocks on his own.
Bathroom Bill Draws Opposition From Dallas Business LeadersTexas took center stage in the debate over bathroom privacy Thursday afternoon. Lt. Governor Dan Patrick announced a bill to limit transgender women from using public women's restrooms.
Feds Listen To Claims Of Children Denied Special Education ServicesParents with special needs students gave federal officials an earful Monday night as the U.S. Department of Education investigates claims that students are being denied special education services in Texas.

More From CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Drip Pan: CBS Local App
Drip Pan: Weather App
Drip Pan: Restaurant Week 365

Listen Live