NBC 5 Health Reporter Bianca Castro has a look at the health headlines for Tuesday October 17, 2017.
The NBC 5 Responds center helps when you run into a consumer issue. Here's some recent cases in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Donna Collum said she was trying to put a small broken piece of her wooden fence back together when her neighbor's dog jumped up from nowhere.
An SMU student wants to train and hire veterans to be insurance adjusters, so they would be the ones to respond after a disaster and represent insurance companies.
Elizabeth, Rosie and Angelina were featured in the Massive Mums segment on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
Ten days after the disappearance of 3-year-old Sherin Mathews, police officers were scouring a field Tuesday near Richland College.
Does it seem like we've been a little dry lately? NBC 5 Meteorologist Rick Mitchell takes a look at where DFW's rainfall stacks up compared to normal.
It's time to start dreaming big. Neiman Marcus unveiled its 2017 Fantasy Gifts catalog Tuesday morning.
The hype over a biodegradable stent approved by the FDA last year is fading as reports are released of higher rates of heart problems associated to it.
Sherin Mathews has been missing for more than a week, and on Tuesday police were acting on new leads in their investigation, searching several areas.