Frisco ISD To Roll Out Youth Vaping Prevention Program Next MonthThe school district is stressing not only is vaping dangerous to a student's health, but e-cigarettes also can come with criminal penalties.
North Texan Spends 10 Days And Counting In Hospital Due To VapingChristopher Machelski is out of intensive care, but remains hospitalized.
New Chapter In E-Cigarette Debate Happening In Dallas CountyHealth leaders briefed Dallas County Commissioners on the dangers of vaping.
Lung Surgeon Talks Of Vaping DangersDoctor Gary Schwartz talks about the damage e-cigarettes can cause users.
Growing Vaping Concerns; 17 Confirmed Cases In Dallas CountyThe estimated number of high school and middles school kids vaping in the country is 3.6 million, according to an expert.
6-Year-Old Inspires "Rudy’s" Pulling Together Tug Of War Team6-Year-Old Inspires "Rudy’s" Pulling Together Tug Of War Team
12-Year-Old Soccer Player Fighting To Keep Leukemia From Sidelining HerHaylie Geraci’s fight with cancer is etched in her art. The creative work inspires the 12-year-old soccer player to fight. Last year Haylie was diagnosed with T-cell leukemia.
Surprise Soccer Visit For Cancer Stricken ChildFC Dallas has a new homegrown player, and she’s a warrior!
New Research May Help Cancer’s Tiniest PatientsMyra has battled leukemia since the tender age of 8 months old. Let's PULL TOGETHER and help her.
More Than 70 DFW Schools May Be Vulnerable To Measles Outbreak Based On Low Vaccine RatesIn the past five years, the vaccine exemption rates have more than double in Dallas and Tarrant Counties.
Researchers Say DFW Area Susceptible To Measles OutbreakA CBS 11 I-Team investigation identified more than 70 school campuses in Dallas-Fort Worth that may be vulnerable to a measles outbreak based on low vaccine rates.
Researchers: North Texas A Hotbed For Potential Measles OutbreakA CBS 11 I-Team investigation identified more than 70 school campuses in Dallas-Fort Worth that may be vulnerable to a measles outbreak based on low vaccine rates.
North Texas Teen Believes Vaping Led To Trip To ICU"Nobody wants to admit it, but you don't just pick up one and say 'I need a hit because I'm anxious'," shares 17-year-old Tryston Zohfeld.
Tis The Season For Back To School Viruses, ER VisitsIt's not uncommon for seasonal viruses and constipation to strike students in their first days back to class.
North Texas College Student Got Sick From Mold In Her DormA CBS 11 I-Team investigation found 47 cases of mold discovered at Texas colleges in the past year and a half that were bad enough to warrant reporting to the state.
Texas Heath Department Investigating Severe Lung Disease Among E-Cigarette UsersThe Texas Department of State Health Services said it was first notified of possible cases last week following similar reports in youth and young adults in other states.
Teaching Kids How To Properly Carry Backpack WeightTeaching Kids How To Properly Carry Backpack Weight
Mineral Leaders Take No Action On 'Sanctuary City For Unborn' ProposalA North Texas city that planned to turn itself into a sanctuary for the unborn is walking back those plans. Leaders in Mineral Wells are abandoning the proposal that would have essentially banned abortions in their community.
Ride For ReliefA tour advocating for the mental health and wellbeing of first responders rolled into North Texas.
Expert Discusses Warning Signs Of Mass ShootersIn general, warning signs can be ambiguous in regard to people prone to commit violent acts.
North Texan Returns After Successful Climb To Top Of Mount EverestCrystal Lovell just returned from climbing to the top of Mt. Everest. "You feel like you're unstoppable, you feel you can do anything."
Decades-Long UT Southwestern Study Reveals Breakthrough Research For Seizure PredictionThe groundbreaking research is giving families hope for their loved ones who suffer from seizures.
Fort Worth Mayor Credits Exercise For Part Of Her SuccessFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has a game plan for handling the demands of the job. When she's out of the office, she's not a couch potato at home, she's a woman on the move.
Sitting Too Long Can Be Very Bad For Your HealthA recent American Cancer Society study found sitting for six or more hours a day was linked a nearly 20% higher rate of death compared to those who sat for less than three hours a day.