Dallas and Fort Worth News

Calls of interest are growing at the Texas Back Institute, and it's no surprise—it got major kudos from one of the world's most influential athletes earlier this year…Tiger Woods. More
Families say their loved ones died in for-profit jails because of medical neglect. More
The honor is bestowed on individuals deemed to have made especially meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the U.S., to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors. More
Americans have amassed $1.5 trillion in student loans. That's more than they owe for auto loans or credit cards. More
Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald is leaving the department, heading to Baltimore as the next police commissioner there. More
Sunny skies, fresh air and warm greetings – you miss out on those things when shopping from a screen. More
The staff at a Cook Children's facility in north Fort Worth were shocked when a deer came right into their facility. More
Among them Olympic gymnast and gold medal winner, Aly Raisman, who recently sat down with WFAA to talk about how she was sexually assaulted by U.S. gymnastics doctor, Larry Nassar. More
"Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald", the tenth installment in the Harry Potter "Wizarding World" franchise and sequel to 2016's "Fantastic Beasts" film, opens this week to what appears to be mixed reviews. More
Around 200 Texas firefighters are in California battling the wildfires. More
Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald is leaving the department, heading to Baltimore as the next police commissioner there. More
Horned Frogs have a lot to brag about when it comes to the dollars being raked in around college football. More
A new survey found that almost all employees let their minds wander away from the task at hand for more than an hour every day, and that's in addition to their lunch and other scheduled breaks. More
Despite the congestion, flight delays are expected to descend as the month unfolds. More
There's a move afoot by District officials in Washington DC to lower the voting age from 18 to 16…not just in local elections but national, as well. More