Mother-Daughter Duo To Take UNT Campus Together This FallIt's not uncommon for parents to want their students to follow in their collegiate footsteps, but for Denton mother Kathy Earhart, she will follow her daughter Emma to the University of North Texas this fall.
After Dropping Out 44 Years Ago, Panhandler Heads Back To School At UT AustinA Texas panhandler is proving that it's never too late when it comes to education.
Baylor Moving Forward With Plans For New Basketball FacilityBaylor is moving forward with plans to build a new basketball facility on the banks of the the Brazos River.
Texas Tech Medical School To Stop Using Race In AdmissionsRace will no longer be factored into admissions at Texas Tech University's medical school under an agreement with the Trump administration.
TCU Gets Bowl Eligible Again With 31-24 Win Over Oklahoma StTCU is going to a bowl game with speedy playmaker Jalen Reagor and a fifth-year, third string quarterback whose first career start came in his final regular season game.
Hat Is Back: Miles Signs 5-Year Contract To Coach KansasLes Miles walked confidently to the podium and slipped on a familiar white hat.
It's Texas/OU Weekend: Welcome To Dallas Y'all!Get ready, Dallas! Company's coming. Lots of it. It's Texas/OU weekend and that means an estimated 100,000 EXTRA football fans are pouring into the city.
UNT Dallas Celebrates Record Enrollment; Southern Sibling Growing Up FastWith enrollment up 51% in the past three years, with graduation and retention rates up as well, tuition costs remain low.
KFC Offering $11,000 If You Name Your Baby After Colonel SandersIn honor of "The Colonel," parents can enter to win a cash prize if their child is born on Sanders' birthday and shares his name.
Thousands Want SAT Rescored After Lower-Than-Normal ResultsThousands of students and parents in North Texas and across the country are demanding a rescore of the June SAT, saying the company that gave the test scored them unfairly.
Upward Bound: Turning Potential Into Progress For 50+ YearsTurning potential into progress. It's been the goal of the Upward Bound program for more than half a century, giving smart, first-generation students the support they need to not just dream about college -- but, to get there.