South Oak Cliff High About To Welcome Back StudentsThe school was shut down for major renovations two-and-a-half years ago.
Secret Santa Buys New Bikes For Fort Worth Elementary School StudentsAn anonymous donor bought bicycles for every third, fourth and fifth grade student at Joy James Elementary School.
DeSoto High School Band Earns National RecognitionThe band won the Dr. William P. Foster Project Award of Excellence which "recognizes quality programs serving historically underappreciated student populations."
Mansfield ISD Approves Kimberley Cantu As Next SuperintendentDr. Cantu currently serves as the district’s deputy superintendent and has worked in public education for 27 years.
Student Suing Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity At Texas State After Attack Caught On CameraA student at Texas State University in San Marcos is suing a fraternity and several of it's members after an attack caught on camera.
Students At Grapevine High Return To School After Gun On Campus IncidentSchool administrators and police in Grapevine are praising the actions of some high school students who reported a social media post showing someone with a gun on campus.
Tarleton State University And Tarrant County College Partner In Downtown Fort Worth SpaceTarleton plans to move into TCC’s Trinity River West Fork Building and provide upper level classes for student hoping to continue past an associate’s degree.
Schools On Lockdown After Reports Of Shooting Near 2 Dallas ISD CampusesTwo schools in Dallas -- a high school and middle school -- were placed on lockdown after reports of a shooting near the campuses.
Texas A&M University Going Smoke-Free, Tobacco-FreeThe tobacco-free policy will apply to all Texas A&M University campuses and other college sites starting January 1, 2020.
Plano ISD To Vote On Slightly Longer School Day Next YearThe school board is expected to vote Tuesday on elementary and middle school students starting their day five minutes early.
Texas Woman's University & TCU Students Pass Footballs For $100K In TuitionThe NCAA football conference championship games had a lot of highs and lows. But the highs for two Texas students, not suited up for the games, were measured in dollars and cents.