Report: Student Suspensions Drop After Texas Modifies LawA nonprofit that advocates for children says the rate of student suspensions has fallen by nearly a third since the state implemented a law barring suspensions except in extreme circumstances.
Prenatal Testing Leads To Unexpected, Staggering Bills For Some ParentsIt's a test that helps pregnant mothers avoid surprises. But some said the real shock arrived in the mail.
Spike In Sales Of Bullet-Resistant Backpacks In Wake Of Mass ShootingsCompanies like Guard Dog Security, TuffyPacks and Bullet Blocker are peddling bullet-resistant backpacks for children.
3 Missing Dallas Children LocatedThe Dallas Police Department said it has located the children that went missing Monday afternoon.
More Police Patrolling Deep Ellum To Enforce Teen CurfewMore officers have been patrolling Deep Ellum this weekend as a teen curfew was enforced in efforts to make the district safer — The question is: Did it help?
High School Students Help Clean Up Storm Debris From 'Thousands' Of Fallen Trees In DallasIt's been nearly six weeks since the storm that claimed thousands of trees in Dallas, and the remnants are still piling up on residential streets.
Study: Household Cosmetic Products Send Children To ER Every 2 HoursA new study finds that every two hours in the U.S., a child is brought to the emergency room due to unintentional exposure to personal care and cosmetic products.
Build-A-Bear 'Pay Your Age' Promotion Returns, But With ChangesThe Build-A-Bear Workshop ‘pay your age’ promotion, that had people standing in lines at malls across the country last year, is again offering furry friends during select days this month.
Texan Sickened After Touching Salmonella-Infected Hedgehog One person in Texas and 26 other people in the country have fallen ill after a multistate outbreak of Salmonella infections linked to contact with pet hedgehogs.
1915 Cracker Jack Baseball Cards Worth $750K For Sale“Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks” is the famous line from 'Take Me Out To The Ball Game.'  Those lyrics forever linked baseball and the treat with a prize in every box.
Keller ISD Students Ditch Finals, Say 'YES' To Community ServiceStudents and teachers at one Keller ISD middle school are ditching final exams on their last week of school, and instead doing community service projects.