Hospital Food Worker Dishes Out Heimlich Maneuver, Saves Choking ManHailed as a hero, one food worker's quick-thinking saved the life of a choking man at Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth.
Judge In Wesley Mathews Specifies What Evidence Allowed Before Jury  The Richardson father charged with killing his adopted daughter in 2017 was back in a courtroom Tuesday.
Target Recalls Nearly 500K Wooden Toys Because Of Choking HazardTarget is recalling some 495,000 wooden toys because small wheels on the vehicles can come off, posing a choking hazard.
Lodged Chicken Bone In Throat Blamed For Texas Man's Death After Doctors Missed It - TwiceA Central Texas family is reeling over the death of their "healthy" 20-year-old son, and they believe it was caused by a lodged chicken bone in his throat that was missed by two different doctors.
Attention Parents: Company Recalls Baby Rattle Socks Due To Choking HazardA recall was issued for baby rattle socks due to a choking hazard if small ornaments detach. 
Target Recalls Unicorn Toddler Boots Due To Choking HazardThe Consumer Product Safety Commission says the horn on the boots can detach, which poses a choking hazard to children of all ages.
Grand Prairie Officer Being Called Hero After Saving Child Who Was ChokingOn Friday at the Mid-Autumn Festival at Asia Times Square, AJ Castaneda saw a choking child and stepped into action.
Police Officers Save Baby Choking On Plastic WrapperTwo officers with the Red Oak Police Department will receive awards after saving a baby from choking. 
Plano Officer Hailed As Hero After Saving Choking ToddlerDispatchers had already told him that the baby was dead. But the 38-year-old officer went to try and save Ariana Yousif anyway.
Abuser Gets 25 Years For Choking Girlfriend Until She Passed OutA 34-year-old man from Ennis was was found guilty by a jury of assault family violence, impeding breath and sentenced to 25 years in jail. 
Dr. Brown Issues Pacifier Holder Recall Citing Choking HazardHandi-Craft is recalling more than 600,000 "Dr. Brown's Lovey" pacifier and teether products sold in the U.S. and Canada because of a choking hazard.