Boy Shows Officials Father Abusing Disabled Little BrotherA 48-year-old Central Texas man is jailed on a third-degree felony charge of injury to a child after his older son showed authorities a video of his father abusing the boy's 2-year-old disabled brother.
CBS11 I-Team: Adoption HeartbreakA Farmers Branch family is worried it will soon mourn the death of a child, and the parents are blaming an adoption agency.
Denton Disabilities Advocate Faces Surprising Opposition To New HomeWhen the City of Denton and Denton Municipal Electric decided to build a substation above Joe Rivas' home, where he has lived for three years, they also offered the children's book author an opportunity.
Cleburne Community Helps Their Favorite Good SamaritanAlex Wilson of Cleburne is a 22-year-old grocery store worker who survived after he was swept away by rushing floodwaters. But, as amazing as that is, it's only a small anecdote to his real story.
Cerebral Palsy Doesn’t Keep Teen From Miss Texas CompetitionJessica Zeller is on her way to the Miss Texas competition and her first pageant was just four months ago. But Zeller isn't just competing just for crowns. She took the stage to reveal a lifelong secret.
Teen With Cerebral Palsy Inspires ClassmatesThere's a special game Friday night in Denton when cross-town rivals Ryan and Guyer meet.
Dallas Mom Allegedly Starved Ailing DaughterA 37-year-old Dallas woman has been accused of starving her 15-year-old daughter to less than 50 pounds and halting medication for the girl's cerebral palsy.
Requirements Reduce Amount Of Children HelpedThe number of young children helped through an intervention program has dropped 17 percent because of more rigid eligibility requirements launched last summer.
Patients Dealing With Chronic Illness Seeing Massage BenefitFor many, a massage is a relaxing escape. But for North Texans dealing with conditions like Cerebral Palsy and Parkinson's Disease, getting a massage is becoming part of their medical treatment to relieve pain.
Special Needs Students Accidentally Burned At Keller SchoolNicholas Chaney's parents trust he's taken care of at school just like he is at home. Nicholas, 18, has cerebral palsy. "I admire the teachers they do a very good job with them," says his mother Pauline Chaney.