First 2017 Texas Case Of Local Zika Transmission ReportedTexas health officials have reported what they believe to be the state's first case this year of local Zika virus transmission.
Texas Officials Warn Of Increase In Food-Borne IllnessState health officials are warning of an increase in Texas in the number of people who've contracted a food-borne illness often linked to imported produce.
Mumps Cases Reach 20-Year High In TexasMost of the mumps cases in North Texas are out of Cedar Hill.
Zika Testing Advised For Pregnant Women In 6 Texas CountiesThe Texas Department of State Health Services said Friday it's recommending testing for women in their first and second trimesters in Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, Webb, Willacy and Zapata counties.
Texas Releases Abortion Booklet Citing Refuted Cancer LinksThe Texas Department of State Health Services issued the new edition of "A Woman's Right to Know" on Monday.
Possible Mumps Cases At 2 Schools In Johnson CountyThe patients involved include students at Keene Elementary and Keene High School.
First Zika Case Transmitted By Mosquito In Texas ConfirmedThe Texas Department of State Health Services said Monday the patient is a resident of Cameron County, located on the border the state shares with Mexico.
I-Team Investigation: Kids In CrisisViolence, abuse, threats with needles...this is what dozens of families said happened in a North Texas mental facility. The parents and teens all met at Sundance Hospital in Garland.
Texas Resident's Zika Case Linked To Miami TravelHealth officials say a Texas resident who recently traveled to an area of Miami where local Zika transmission occurred has tested positive for the virus.
Texas Health Department: Infant Death Linked To Zika VirusTexas has had its first Zika-related death. The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has confirmed that the death of an infant in Harris County is linked to the Zika virus.
Blue Bell Penalized $850,000 By State; May Not Have To Pay It AllThe total penalty amount is $850,000. Of that, $175,000 must be paid within 30 days.
Zika Virus A Concern For Poor Urban Areas Along Gulf CoastThe state health department has spent more than $400,000 since the start of the year to expand its lab capacity and to buy mosquito traps. It also launched a $2 million Zika awareness campaign.