Women’s health program rule changes go into effect Friday

Supreme Court Birth Control

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Fort Worth is home to one of the specialty pharmacies where long-acting reversible contraception products will be available to physicians.

Texas officials propose program to test self-driving cars, jet packs — even hover cars

For a state that prides itself in fiscal frugality, Texas is always finding new ways to spend money, this time testing innovative emerging transportation technologies at state universities.

Ventura wins defamation suit against Kyle estate

Federal jury in Minnesota votes 8-2 to recommend a $1.845 million award to the former Minnesota governor, who said American Sniper author Chris Kyle of Midlothian fabricated an incident about him.

Granbury paramedic loses leg, but hasn’t given up on his job

Dylan David’s left leg was amputated above the knee following a June 12 car wreck in Benbrook but the Granbury paramedic vows he’ll get back to helping others once he’s fitted with a prosthetic leg.

Doctor with Ebola treated as church urges prayer

Dr. Kent Brantly of Fort Worth is working on his computer and talking as he receives treatment for the deadly virus.

Tarrant County donations flow to governor’s race

State Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, picked up more local donations than Attorney General Greg Abbott.

Israel Lone Soldier: ‘Life shouldn’t be a spectator sport.’

More than 2,500 Lone Soldiers serve in the Israel Defense Force. About one-third are from the United States; ten are from Texas.