Dallas and Fort Worth News

In October 2018, Caitlynn couldn't walk or talk. After her brain tumor resection and proton therapy, she is talking, doing arts and crafts, and singing again. More
Mansfield ISD's Dr. Sarah K. Jandrucko Academy is the first of its kind learning environment. More
Euless police say there is no video surveillance and they don't have detailed descriptions of the suspects or any getaway cars. More
Moxie Mischief takes your everyday workout to new heights with acrobatic exercises – and you don't need any experience to start. More
Born with a severe birth defect, Jacob Rodriguez needed 685 days to finally get the chance to go home. More
He crashed a few blocks away and the 13-year-old is safe More
Karthik Nemmani, 14, of McKinney, won the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee. He made an appearance Tuesday at the Frisco ISD Spelling Bee to cheer on his younger brother who is competing for the first time. More
Born with a severe birth defect, Jacob Rodriguez needed 685 days to finally get the chance to go home. More
Born with a severe birth defect, Jacob Rodriguez needed 685 days to finally get the chance to go home. More
More than 5,000 people paid tribute to Southwest Airlines co-founder Herb Kelleher at a memorial that included laughter, tears and Wild Turkey. More
Some local businesses are stepping up to help furloughed government workers at the Dallas Love Field airport. More
John Peter Smith Hospital says elevator in question shut down; state inspectors will be on site Wednesday. More
A couple in Irving, Texas can't catch a break. Their home caught fire. They couldn't save their son's cat. And they are one of many families impacted by the government shutdown. More
Fort Worth's North Side neighborhood is about to receive new sidewalks, street lights and more. More