Family Of North Texas Girl On Life Support Granted 1 More Week By JudgePayton Summons' family said they want to make sure no stone goes unturned before their daughter is removed from life support. 
Judge: 9-Year-Old Texas Girl Can Be Removed From Life SupportHeartbreaking news for a North Texas family fighting to save their 9-year-old daughter’s life.
Judge Declines To Extend Restraining Order Keeping North Texas Child On Life SupportPayton Summons has been on life support at Cook Children's Medical Center for more than two weeks after going into cardiac arrest - a tumor later found in her chest.
North Texas Children Among Those With Rare Polio-Like IllnessThere have been dozens of cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) in the U.S. this year, including three at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth.
Ones For Texas: Andy ArnoldA young North Texas entrepreneur is getting into the furniture making business, working out of his parent's garage.
9-Year-Old On Life Support Gets Attorney, Family Fights To Keep Her AliveA 9-year-old girl North Texas girl will now stay on life support, until at least the middle of next week.
Attorney: 'Family Says She Can Still Recover', Restraining Order Filed To Keep Child AliveThe battle continued Monday morning for two Fort Worth parents fighting to keep their daughter on life support at Cook Children’s Medical Center.
Fort Worth Family Fighting To Keep Daughter On Life SupportA test was done to determine if 9-year-old Payton Summons had brain activity after her cardiac arrest. She did not. Doctors at Cook Children’s Medical Center declared her brain dead. 
Summer Means Snakes In North TexasIn one week, four children have been treated for snake bites at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth.
Cook Children’s Urges Parents To #LifeguardYourChild With Powerful VideoThree families devastated by drowning are the subject of a new video released by Cook Children’s Medical Center.
Child Struck And Killed By Car In CrowleyA child was struck by a car in the 400 block of South Oak Street in Crowley and later died at Cook Children’s Medical Center.