Two young Oklahoma boys are still at a Galveston hospital treated for severe sunburns. Their mom accusing the daycare of not properly protecting their skin. Head, shoulders knees and toes, knees and toes. An old nursery rhyme is also a helpful reminder. "The children their skin is a lot softer, you constantly have to put sunscreen on them," Owner and
North Texas media outlets report sources close to a Collins County grand jury say it indicted Texas attorney general Ken Paxton on felony charges related to securities fraud. A Tarrant County judge has already been appointed to preside over the case, according to those sources. The grand jury heard Paxton's case presented by special prosecutors on Tuesday, including testimony from
Sandra Bland's death is influencing law makers and county sheriffs to re-evaluate mental health protocols. The House County Affairs Committee discussed possible solutions to prevent jail suicides. The Texas County Affairs Committee tossed around ideas to find out exactly what went wrong when Sandra Bland was locked up in Waller County. "What could have been done differently, what could have
Meals on Wheels is planning a building expansion aided by a $2.2 million grant from the J.T. and Margaret Talkington Foundation. The agency will double it's current space giving it the ability to serve even more people. MOW provides meals each weekday for more than 700 elderly and home bound clients. "We're very excited," Executive Director for MOW Lisa Gilliland
DPS and Lubbock police are looking into whether any unsolved murder cases could be related to an Oregon man suspected of being a serial killer. Neal Falls, 45, was recently killed by a female escort in West Virgina. She claims Falls attacked her and she was able to get control of a gun he way carrying and shot him while
7/31/2015 Texas Boys Ranch 40th annual Telethon What: Great entertainment and many stories of the work being done at the Texas Boys Ranch. When: Saturday, August 8 from 6 p.m. - 11 p.m. Where : Frenship High School Performing Art Center (902 N Dowden Rd., Wolfforth, TX) or watch it live on FOX 34. 7/30/2015 Link to the 4D's to
Two young Oklahoma boys are still at a Galveston hospital treated for severe sunburns. Their mom accusing the daycare of not properly protecting their skin.
The state's attorney is expected to be indicted around noon Monday for charges related to securities fraud, according to North Texas sources close to the case.
DPS and Lubbock police are looking into whether any unsolved murder cases could be related to an Oregon man suspected of being a serial killer.
BOSTON (AP) — Commuters choosing between driving a car or riding a bicycle to work are being encouraged to try a little of both. Gov. Charlie Baker's administration has unveiled what it calls a first-in-the-nation commuting network known as Park&Pedal. Aimed largely at commuters who may live a little too far from work to cycle all the way in, the
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A spike in suicides and attempted suicides is prompting corrections officials to step up oversight at a women's prison as inspectors try to pinpoint what is causing women to kill themselves at such a startling rate. Four women killed themselves at California Institution for Women in San Bernardino County in the last 18 months. The suicide
CINCINNATI (AP) — Police say at least six people were arrested during a rally protesting the traffic stop shooting of a black motorist by a white campus officer in Cincinnati. Friday night began with a candlelight vigil organized by the family of Samuel DuBose, whose July 19 death came amid months of national scrutiny of police dealings with African-Americans, especially
HONOLULU (AP) — More than 2,500 astronomers from around the world are descending on Hawaii for a conference -- and it's happening amid protests against the building of telescopes atop two mountains in the state. The mountains are considered sacred by Native Hawaiians. Some demonstrators on Maui and the Big Island were arrested yesterday as the scientists from more than
SPARKS, Nev. (AP) — It's been 15 years since voters in Nevada legalized medical marijuana. And now, it's been sold in the state for the first time -- at a dispensary in a strip mall east of downtown Reno. About 75 people with medical marijuana cards lined up outside the facility yesterday, to be among the first to buy as