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Few people buy a car or a home without negotiating the price, so why stop there?
History was made Wednesday when the European Space Agency lander Philae separated from its space probe, Rosetta, and touched down on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The cheers could be heard even in Arlington.
Prostate cancer impacts some 200,000 American men every year. But, fascinating research happening right here in North Texas could one day provide new options for early detection and treatment.
Practically daring Maine health authorities to go to court to have her confined, nurse and University of Texas at Arlington alum, Kaci Hickox went out on a bike ride Thursday in defiance of the state’s voluntary quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.
A University of Texas at Arlington nursing school alum who treated Ebola patients in West Africa said she plans to end her voluntary quarantine and even stepped outside her home briefly on Wednesday.
A storm that roared through Arlington earlier this month had winds high enough to turn over vehicles, rip off roofs, and tear trees out of the ground. Now one of those trees is at the center of a research project.
The risk of catching infectious diseases is a danger nurses know well. CBS 11 News spent Tuesday talking to current and future nurses about the risks posed by their chosen career.
A developing stor on the University of Texas at Arlington campus, where the search is on for a kidnapper. While the hunt for the suspect continues, police are warning students to be aware of their surroundings and to be vigilant.
Job growth in the field of play therapy is strong, as therapists help children cope with their problems and help them connect their emotions to words through play.
Whether you come on foot or drive up in a car, there’s nothing like these DFW places for watching a movie under the stars.
While it has been 50 years since the Civil Rights Act was signed, the message has carried strong throughout the decades — but for some the oppression of the era is hard to fathom.
Higher education has allowed Lisa Ciminelli to get to where she is today, as assistant vice president of neighbor support services at CitySquare.