Appeals Court Commutes Death Sentence Of Texas Inmate Convicted Of Killing Dallas Police OfficerJuan Lizcano was convicted of capital murder in the November 2005 shooting death of 28-year-old Dallas police officer Brian Jackson.
Fort Worth To Provide Permanent Housing For Coronavirus-Vulnerable Homeless PeopleThe new units will provide housing for high-risk COVID-19-vulnerable and disabled people experiencing chronic homelessness.
Texas Appeals Court Commutes Death Sentence Of Convicted Killer Bobby James MooreBobby James Moore was sentenced to death for the 1980 shotgun slaying of 72-year-old Houston supermarket clerk James McCarble.
Fort Worth Nursing Home Worker Gets 2 Life Sentences For Sexually Assaulting PatientA North Texas jury has given a health care worker two life sentences for sexually assaulting an elderly nursing home patient who could not move or speak.
Meals On Wheels Kicks Off Seniors In Summer Supply DriveThanks to Meals On Wheels, senior citizens in Tarrant County are getting some help in preparation for what will no doubt be another grueling Texas summer.
Dallas Charity Shuts Down Before Delivering Service Dog That Family Paid For To Disabled BoyOn the doors of a charity in Dallas, all that remains is a "space available" sign. This is after it had already taken in money to provide a disabled boy with a service dog -- a dog that was never delivered.
No Execution For Texas Inmate; Supreme Court Rules He Is DisabledThe Supreme Court is ending a long legal fight by ruling that a Texas death row inmate is intellectually disabled and thus may not be executed.
Atmos Offering $95K To Help Dallas Low Income Families, Disabled Customers Pay Their Gas BillsSharing the Warmth is a program that pulls together customer assistance funds through customer donations and contributions by Atmos Energy.
North Texas Mother's Van Equipped For Disabled Son Ends Up In Street After Hit-And-Run While Parked"You can see my shattered glass from where my vehicle was," Carolyn Lang says, showing CBS 11 where she parked her van, a legal spot in downtown Carrollton.
Actress Selma Blair Says She Has Been Diagnosed With MSFilm and TV actress Selma Blair announced she is dealing with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
Man Sets Out To Mow Lawns In 50 States For People In NeedThe founder of Raising Men Lawn Care Service started mowing lawns for those in need three years ago after seeing a neighbor in Alabama struggling to cut his grass.
Disabled Woman Claims Delta Airlines Tied Her To A WheelchairA woman with multiple sclerosis says Delta employees tied her to a wheelchair after the airline failed to provide the flyer with the appropriate handicapped services
Driverless Cars Give Hope To Blind - Are Automakers Onboard?Self-driving-car advocates say that in addition to helping the disabled, the vehicles will allow people to do other tasks while driving and make roadways safer by removing human error.
Texas Medicaid Cuts Leave Special Needs Kids Without TherapySome Texas children with special needs have lost critical services since the state implemented $350 million in Medicaid cuts to speech, occupational and physical therapy in December.
High Court To Examine Mental Disability, Death Penalty IssueThe U.S. Supreme Court is set to examine whether the nation's busiest state for capital punishment -- Texas -- is trying to put to death a convicted killer who's intellectually disabled.