Law Enforcement Learning To Communicate With Hearing ImpairedThe focus was to teach area law enforcement how to communicate with a deaf person during an emergency.
North Texas Schools Coming To The Rescue Of ITT StudentsIt was just this week that ITT Educational Services closed down every one of their Technical Institute campuses in the country. Now, several North Texas universities and community colleges are coming to the rescue of students left without a school.
Business Of Sign Language Interpretation Is BoomingThe profession of sign language interpretation is now considered by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 20 growth careers in the country.
Fort Worth Family Graduates From TCC At The Same TimeJody and Neil Waddell answered their sons' challenge when the parents were pushing them to go to college.
Getting At-Risk Students Into College Not Enough: TCC Focusing On Helping Them GraduateThe Men Of Color Mentoring Program has helped more than 300 students.
Program At TCC Zeroes In On Autistic StudentsA new program at Tarrant County College’s Southeast Campus in Arlington is out to shatter all taboos associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Area College Going Extra Mile For VeteransTCC has special counselors who put veterans in touch with VA benefits to pay for education.
North Texans Respond To A Free Community College EducationPresident Obama wants community college students to get a free education.
TCC Opens Aviation Learning CenterTarrant County College officials have opened a $20 million aviation learning center located at Alliance Airport in Fort Worth. More than 900 students are enrolled this semester.
Man Shot Near TCC Campus In ArlingtonLaw enforcement officials in Arlington are searching for a suspected gunman who shot someone near Tarrant County College's southeast campus.
Texas School Marshal Training BeginsA new state law allows trained school staff members to carry guns on campus. The training program started Monday at Tarrant County College's northwest campus.
Tree Planted In Memory Of VictimsThe Tarrant County Coalition of Crime Victim Services will plant a tree Thursday, April 25 in recognition of crime victims rights week.