Heat Stroke Vs. Heat Exhaustion: Know The SignsFirst responders with MedStar EMS in Fort Worth say they rushed to more than 30 heat-related emergencies during the Memorial Day weekend and they expect to see plenty more in the coming days.
Heat Taking Toll On Fans At Byron Nelson Golf TournamentOne person had to be taken to the hospital but approximately 50 people have been treated for heat-related issues.
4 North Texas Cities Partner For Mass Casualty Training ExerciseA mass casualty training exercise in Southlake Monday gave first responders an opportunity to practice finding potential victims, without ever speaking to them to know their location.
Contingent Of First Responders Keeping July Fourth Event SafeA team of 14 first responders make up MedStar's special events crew.  They expect to stay busy through the evening as most of their calls will be for fatigue and heat-related issues.
Family Grateful After Granbury Officer Saves Toddler's LifeDash camera video captured the moment Granbury police officer Chase Miller saved a toddler’s life last weekend.
Paramedics Describe Responding To Suicide Call Under FireMedStar crews begin each shift checking their medical apparatus and supplies, preparing for every possible medical situation.
Storm Blows Over Semi, Rips Off Roof In JoshuaStorm damage on Friday was most severe in Joshua, where EMS officials estimated 40-60 homes were damaged.
First Responders Benefit From Heart Of Dallas BowlThe annual Heart of Dallas Bowl game has a proud tradition of sharing proceeds from the game to local charities.
West Medical Director Awaits Cause Of Fertilizer Plant ExplosionDr. George Smith credits God that he was able to get out from under the debris at the West nursing home minutes after the West Company fertilizer plant exploded.
Federal Grand Jury Indicts Former West ParamedicA federal grand jury has indicted Bryce Reed, a former West paramedic, for possessing an unregistered firearm including components to make a pipe bomb.
First Of Many Funerals Happens In WestFriends, family and even some strangers gathered Tuesday in West for the funeral mass of Mariano Saldivar. His was the first of many funerals scheduled in the small town for victims of the explosion, which killed 14 people.