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  1. Dr. Kent Brantly

    As Fort Worth doctor's condition worsens, he's thinking of others

    The Fort Worth missionary doctor suffering from Ebola in Africa has taken a slight turn for the worse. But when an experimental serum arrived, he asked that it be given to his colleague.

  2. A first grade student was forced to sit on the floor after drawing on her desk.

    First grade student forced to sit on floor for weeks

    The controversial punishment of a first-grader at Westwood Elementary ended with a teacher reprimanded and a family demanding answers.

  3. Circus fall

    Witnesses: Dad tripped at circus, dropping toddler

    The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus was underway at the American Airlines Center when the incident happened. The toddler's family was getting up right before intermission in their level 200 seats when the girl fell to the level below.

  4. Babies found in Fort Worth mortuary identified

    Babies found in Fort Worth mortuary identified

    Through a DNA test, the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the fetal remains found in the Johnson Family Mortuary on July 15 as Malaysia S. Briscoe and Titus Harrison.

  5. World Trade Center ship

    Ship found under WTC was from 1773

    In July 2010, amid the gargantuan rebuilding effort at the site of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan, construction workers halted the backhoes when they uncovered something unexpected just south of where the Twin Towers once stood.

  6. Quintuplets, parents head home after more than 4 months at Baylor

    Quintuplets, parents head home after more than 4 months at Baylor

    This is a day that Steven and Michelle Seal, new parents of quintuplets, have been waiting months for — doctors gave them the go ahead to head home.

  7. Lightning causes fire

    Lightning sparks house fires across North Texas

    A family in Little Elm got an awful wake up call Thursday when their home was hit. Lightning shot through their roof and caused a fire, but luckily no one was hurt.

  8. Back to school clothing sales

    Ways to Save: 5 huge back to school clothing sales

    These coupons cut your costs in half at American Eagle, Hollister, JC Penney and more on the clothing aisles.

  9. Mom of suspect in Wylie teen's murder begs to keep son in juvenile system

    Mom of suspect in Wylie teen's murder begs to keep son in juvenile system

    For Adam Staup's mother, it's the unbelievable: the idea that her "little boy" is accused of killing his Wylie East classmate.

  10. Surveillance video shows take-down that led to Denton jailer's termination

    Surveillance video shows take-down that led to Denton jailer's termination

    Before and after images of a man's face alone show he was roughed up by a Denton jailer.

  11. Cat named 'Traffic Light'? It's fitting when you hear her Hurst rescue tale

    Cat named 'Traffic Light'? It's fitting when you hear her Hurst rescue tale

    When Michaela Brown heard a traffic pole meowing Wednesday afternoon she thought she might just be crazy.

  12. Midlothian residents react to 'disgusting' verdict awarding Ventura $1.8M

    Midlothian residents react to 'disgusting' verdict awarding Ventura $1.8M

    Midlothian is the cement capital of Texas and Jesse Ventura just stepped in it.

  13. Teen injured in fire challenge

    Texas teen injured after setting self on fire

    When Vicky Ward saw her young brother pouring rubbing alcohol over his body and lighting himself on fire in the bathroom, she thought it was just for laughs.

  14. Jenkins: Immigrant children won't be housed in Dallas Co. after all

    Jenkins: Immigrant children won't be housed in Dallas Co. after all

    Jenkins said the U.S. Department of Health and Human services informed him that none of the thousands of children being temporarily held in the country will be moved to any type of shelter that has not already been established.

  15. McDonald's

    Central Texas jury orders McDonald's to pay $27M in deaths of teens

    A Central Texas jury has ordered McDonald's to pay $27 million in damages to the families of two teenagers killed in a car accident while en route to a hospital after a fight outside the fast-food restaurant in College Station in 2012.

  16. Police report

    Police describe black suspect as 'Negro' in report

    Next to the line labeled "complexion," 19-year-old Shamir Allen is listed as "Negro." It's followed by "DA", which according to Lockport police means dark.

  17. Many Dallas police say morale is 'as low as it's ever been'

    Many Dallas police say morale is 'as low as it's ever been'

    “It’s disturbing,” said Dallas Police Association President Ron Pinkston. “It shows that morale is devastatingly low, and that’s going to have an effect on how they are serving the citizens of Dallas. It’s lower than I even I thought it would be.”

  18. Roof of car hits driver's head after power line pole falls on car in Plano

    Roof of car hits driver's head after power line pole falls on car in Plano

    A car driven by UTD student Ling Xiaoli was hit by a falling utility wire overhead on Custer Road between 15th Street and Plano Parkway. The incident led to a power outage in a nearby neighborhood.

  19. Stewart and Onwudinanti

    Baylor students killed, injured in Falls County crash

    Baylor University confirmed Tuesday night that all four people involved in a fatal crash in Falls County Tuesday morning are from North Texas, and all had links to the school in Waco.

  20. $19M project largest in South Dallas in decades

    $19M project largest in South Dallas in decades

    DART's Green Line was supposed to be the driver for development in South Dallas but after more than four years promises of progress never followed.