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Tarrant County

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  • UPDATE: Police Identify Woman After Recovering Body from Lewisville Lake Crash

    UPDATE: Police Identify Woman After Recovering Body from Lewisville Lake Crash
    Authorities have identified the woman killed in the crash of a small plane into Lewisville Lake. The Web site of the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office identifies the woman as 41-year-old Kristin Kolby of Dallas. The medical examiner's report...
  • Limited Number of H1N1 Vaccines Arrive In North Texas

    Limited Number of H1N1 Vaccines Arrive In North Texas
    The Dallas County Department of Health and Human Services was busy today with people getting back-to school shots. When it comes to the H1N1 vaccine, however, Director Zach Thompson says, "It's like having one slice of pizza at a party and you gotta...
  • Texas Prisoners Set to Receive Swine Flu Vaccine

    Texas Prisoners Set to Receive Swine Flu Vaccine
    Thousands of at-risk prisoners in Texas may receive the swine flu vaccine before law-abiding citizens do, Texas prison officials said. Jason Clark, a Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman, said there are thousands of high-risk inmates --...
  • Dallas-Fort Worth health officials gear up for Swine Flu innoculations

    Dallas-Fort Worth health officials gear up for Swine Flu innoculations
    Dallas and Tarrant County health officials are preparing today to inoculate thousands of at-risk and uninsured residents for the swine flu on Friday. Hundreds of residents began calling the Dallas County health department's hotline by 8 a.m. to make...
  • County Holds First Mass H1N1 Vaccination Clinic

    County Holds First Mass H1N1 Vaccination Clinic
    Southlake school teacher, Lori Durbois skipped class to stand in line with more than a thousand people in Haltom City, to try and get a H1N1 flu shot for her three children. "My school said this is a necessity so they were supportive of my being here",...
  • The Missing Woman Mystery

    The Missing Woman Mystery
    Police believe they may have found the body of a missing 67-year-old woman blocks away from where she wandered off on Oct. 9. Cleburne Police found a decomposing body about 6 p.m. Saturday in a wooded area around Buffalo Creek. The location is only...
  • Task Force set to recommend domestic partner benefits for Fort Worth city employees

    Task Force set to recommend domestic partner benefits for Fort Worth city employees
    In a controversial move, the Fort Worth City Council may consider granting health benefits for domestic partners of city employees. The Fort Worth diversity task force will present 20 recommendations to the city council on Tuesday in an effort to make...
  • 17th Swine Flu Death in Dallas County

    17th Swine Flu Death in Dallas County
    Another Dallas county resident has died of Swine Flu. The latest victim was a 51-year-old man. He was recently infected with H1N1, and had underlying medical conditions. So far in North Texas, 1 person has died of Swine Flu in Denton County. Collin...
  • Drunk Driving Policy Angers Victims

    Drunk Driving Policy Angers Victims
    The Christmas season is difficult for Fort Worth mother, Julie Jones. It was four days before Christmas six years ago that Jones' husband, Brent, 37, was killed when a drunk driver slammed into their SUV. "For that reason, I'm not a big fan of Christmas...
  • Southlake-Carroll Considers Dropping Class Rankings

    Southlake-Carroll Considers Dropping Class Rankings
    Highland Park senior, Sam Leonard, has his heart set on attending Vanderbilt University. As student body president and ranked in the top 10% of his class, he has a good shot at being accepted. But, college admissions officials for the first time will...
  • Southlake Moms Call For Responsible Drilling

    Southlake Moms Call For Responsible Drilling
    Southlake mother of two, Beth Adams doesn't consider herself an activist, but lately she has been spending her time putting her thoughts into words and writing editorials. Adams is encouraging moms to take up the challenge and voice concerns about gas...
  • Community College Enrollment Increases

    Community College Enrollment Increases
    Shamayne Stallcup,42, is searching for job security. The mother of 3 enrolled in Dallas' El Centro community college, hoping to become a medical assistant. She says, "There's such a variety in the medical assistant program that it wouldn't be difficult to...