Students in Fort Worth will make a call to space to talk with the astronauts on the International Space Station Thursday morning. It’s the highlight of Space Week.
Trump won white evangelicals by more than 81 percent in the 2016 presidential election, according to exit polls.
A North Texas 911 agency launched a project that it hopes will be a game-changer for emergency response.
One university in Florida is giving homeless students an opportunity to get their degree at no cost.
Hillary Clinton is adding another title to her list of credits. The former U.S. secretary of state, U.S. senator, first lady, and presidential candidate is now the chancellor of a university.
A 17-year-old is now believed to be the youngest student to ever receive a master’s degree from TCU.
A Fort Worth family gets the holiday help they needed to get back on the road.
A Rockwall couple who spent decades as educators were surprised this week when the district said a new school would be named in their honor.
Black medical students at Tulane University shared a powerful message about resilience and a better future when they posed for a photo in front of former slave quarters at a Louisiana plantation.
A teacher and behavioral specialist showed children the importance of washing their hands by using bread and mold in a science experiment.
A Tennessee band’s incredible performance included only three things: drumsticks, chairs and a gymnasium floor.
The Plano Independent School District will have longer days but a shorter school year.
Laurent passed his a-levels at 8 years old and wants to start studying maths at university after the summer.
Officials with the Federal Trade Commission announced that University of Phoenix will cancel $141 million in debts owed to the school by students who were harmed by ads that were allegedly deceptive.
Texas A&M will join more than 2,000 universities in the US that have already become smoke and tobacco-free, according to Texas A&M President Michael K. Young.
More than 600 students at McShan Elementary in Northeast Dallas got an early start to Christmas with a special holiday donation.
A new program is helping to break down stereotypes.
A Brooklyn teacher got the boot from the classroom for telling his first-grade class that Santa Clause isn't real.
Around half of the class of Rhodes Scholars from the U.S. who will study at Oxford University in England next year are first-generation Americans and a majority are minority candidates.
It's been a month and a half since an EF-3 tornado left parts of Dallas in shambles.