North Texas Mom Gives Birth To Baby 4 Years After Her Own Mother Gave Birth To Her First Baby“I gave birth to little Miss Zoey, which is our second child, but my first to carry in my belly,” said new mom, Kelley McKissack.
Health Officials Report 36 New COVID-19 Cases In Denton CountyHealth officials announced 36 new laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Denton County.
Finding A Cure: Texas Research Lab Confirms Drug Blocks Coronavirus In Human CellsA Texas lab is part of a worldwide effort closing in on a treatment for the coronavirus.
Tarrant County Public Health Lab Now Capable Of COVID-19 TestingThe Tarrant County Public Health lab joins others in Dallas and across the state with its capability to test for COVID-19.
Lab At Dallas County Health Now Has Ability To Perform Coronavirus TestingDallas County Health and Human Services has initiated immediate screenings of individuals who may have symptoms related to the coronavirus.
Texas DPS Drops Plan To Charge Police Departments For Crime Lab TestingThe announcement came Friday after Gov. Greg Abbott sent a letter to DPS Director Steven McCraw.
3 Lab Workers Get Sick At Texas' MD Anderson Cancer Center SiteAuthorities are trying to determine what sickened three lab workers at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center complex.
Texas Lab Criticized Over Handling Of Monkeys For StudyA prestigious laboratory in Texas is under federal investigation after auditors issued a preliminary report saying it did not do enough to prevent the suffering of primates who were infected with a deadly virus for a study of the disease.
Group Find Homes For Beagles Used in Research LabsThere are at least 2100 dogs and cats in research labs in Texas right now. Beagles are the preferred choice because of their friendly nature.
UNT Partners With Denton Sheriff's Office To Build Crime LabWhen the Denton County population reaches 1,000,000 the state will require the county to have its own medical examiner and crime lab. In preparing for that a unique partnership has been proposed.
Yuck! What's On That Soda Can? CBS 11's I-Team Finds OutPop the top of your favorite soda can and you can expect to find carbonated water, sugar, even sodium.
North Texas Students Conducting Their Own West Nile ResearchSome students in Grapevine have spent months studying mosquitoes and the West Nile Virus. Educators say it's an opportunity to turn health headlines into teachable moments -- with a goal of having students ask and ultimately answer questions.
Fort Worth Lab At The Center Of West Nile FightWhile the public campaign to eradicate West Nile Virus has been fought on the ground and in the air, a Fort Worth laboratory is at the center of helping local health authorities identify where infected mosquitoes are found.