Texas GOP Leaders Okay Hiring Hundreds Of Child Welfare WorkersTop Republican leaders have given preliminary approval to a dramatic overhaul of the Texas welfare system that protects abused and neglected children by hiring more than 800 state workers.
State Leaders Call For A New Plan To Fix Child Protective ServicesWith nearly 1,000 at-risk kids being left unchecked for months, leaders are now calling for a new plan to fix Texas Child Protective Services.
Order Extended Blocking Detention Center Child-Care LicenseA judge extended her order Wednesday that at least temporarily blocks a residential child-care license for one of the nation's largest detention centers for families caught crossing the southern U.S. border illegally.
Child Protective Services Searching For Missing 10-Year-OldOfficials with Texas Child Protective Services are turning to the public for help finding a missing boy. CPS workers say Jayden Malone can't be located.
156 Children Died Of Abuse In Texas In Fiscal 2013 The number of child deaths in Texas from abuse or neglect dropped significantly in the past fiscal year to the lowest level since 2000, according to a state report.
North Texas CPS Investigator Fired For Racially Offensive TweetsA veteran North Texas special investigator with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, also known as CPS, has been fired after using racially inflammatory remarks on her personal Twitter account.
State Investigating Gladney Following Russian Adoption DeathA Fort Worth adoption agency is now part of a story that's gained international attention. The story centers around the death of 3-year old Max Shatto, a Russian boy who died last month after he was adopted by a West Texas family.
Arlington Firefighter Reunited With Abandoned Boy 10 Years LaterA Texas boy abandoned at a fire station as an infant got a special wish for his 10th birthday: meeting the firefighter who saved him.
Texas Cuts Efforts To Prevent Child AbuseA CBS 11 News investigation has found that, despite a staggering number of child deaths and injuries due to abuse, the state of Texas last year took away more than $27 million from programs meant to prevent such abuse.