Texas Firefighters With Cancer Often Denied Workers' CompUnion leaders and state lawmakers say many Texas cities are denying workers' compensation to firefighters with cancer.
Electric Bus Service Coming To Fort Worth’s West 7th DistrictA Tesla-inspired electric bus service called Dash is coming to Fort Worth as early as next year.
State Senate Report On School Violence & Security Released With RecommendationsA new report by the State Senate Select Committee on Violence in Schools and School Security is making 19 recommendations.
Cha Cha Changes: No More Passenger Pickup At DFW AirportA perk that has long separated Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport from the country's other 20 largest airports will soon longer exist.
Kids In Hot Cars, A Warning Worth RepeatingWhen the summer heat reaches hazard territory, warnings about kids and hot cars can be expected. And yet it is a warning worth repeating: because dozens of kids each year still die.
Pay-As-You-Ride Scooters Hit The Streets, Bringing Safety Concerns With ThemThe latest transportation trend -- electric scooters -- in Dallas has some police officers and city leaders concerned.
DART Working To Keep Riders Safe Around Buses & TrainsJune is National Safety Month and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) wants to keep riders safe around busses and trains.
United States Supreme Court Upholds Trump Travel BanThe U.S. Supreme Court has upheld President Donald Trump's ban on travel from several -- mostly Muslim -- countries.
Body Cam Video: Trooper Runs In To Save Driver As Bullets Go OffThe Nevada Highway Patrol shared the aftermath of a violent car fire on U.S. 95.
Go-Kart's Recalled After Steering Wheel Breaks, Cuts Child's FaceHauck Fun for Kids, Inc. is recalling all Nerf Battle Racers, after 639 reports in the U.S. of the steering wheel detaching, breaking or cracking with one resulting in a laceration to a child's face requiring stitches and one resulting in a minor scrape to a child's chest.
Free-Range Parenting Laws Letting Kids Roam Could Catch OnAfter Utah passed the country's first law legalizing so-called free-range parenting, groups in states from New York to Texas are pushing for similar steps to bolster the idea that supporters say is an antidote for anxiety-plagued parents and overscheduled kids.
Parents, Officials Scramble For US School Security UpgradesAmerican schools have been stepping up investment in security for years, and many districts have offered assurances about procedures already in place since the Feb. 14 shooting that left 17 dead. But some parents are saying it's just not enough.