University of Texas at Dallas
From how much you make to your bad habits, what you might consider private personal information is being collected and sold by data brokers.
A staggering one in six soldiers, who’ve served since 2001, may have post-traumatic stress disorder. The report underscores why doctors need every treatment option available some Dallas researchers think they’ can help.
Matt Hinckley was destined to be a history professor, and according to him, the benefits of an advanced degree go way beyond the pay.
Concussions are a huge concern for football players, especially younger players.
The employment landscape in North Texas is changing and the way to ensure success is to change with it.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that computer systems analyst jobs are projected to grow faster than most occupations.
34 former NFL players, mostly retired Dallas Cowboys, are allowing researchers to study their brains right here in North Texas. So far, the findings may be encouraging to parents of children playing contact sports.
With orange ribbons and quiet reflection, the University of Texas at Dallas community today paused to remember two men who died Saturday working to build their campus.
The only Texas Republican still running for President makes a campaign stop in Fort Worth on Wednesday.
Everyone remembers their first trip to the fair. There’s nothing like that experience–as a group of University of Texas at Dallas exchange students found out today.
It’s long been thought that there is a direct correlation between hot weather and an increase in crime. But one local expert doesn’t think it’s that cut and dry.