New studies show that women are less happy now than they were 40 years ago and as women get older, they also get sadder. Some women are determined to make sure they don’t fall into these same numbers. They are ladies who wanted more out of the typical girl’s night out. These women stepped outside their comfort zone to discover more about themselves, and when they did they learned to love who they are.
One family searching for hope through a community uniting is that of Darron Fielding who has recently been diagnosed with cancer.
Couple exchanges vows next to hospital bed of groom's dying mother.
Over 45,000 new cases of pancreatic
cancer will be diagnosed this year. There will be over 65,000 new cases of
lymphoma, and over 200,000 new cases of lung cancer. These statistics are scary
enough, but we reveal which common body pains could mean cancer.
Designer Maria Chaverri never intended to express her art as clothing garments, but a group of young women with some serious style issues helped change her mind.
Many people love them like their own children, but we could be making our pets sick unknowingly.
New advancements in robotic surgery are giving one man his groove back!
You can attend a catfish benefit that's helping reel in donations for Carol Fowler.
An event is planned this weekend to roll in money for an Iowa Park teen who is battling brain cancer.
A Texoma woman just celebrated 30 years of being cancer free.
Find out what new cancer therapy helped save one woman's life.
How fruit flies are helping doctors figure out how to treat one little girl's cancer.
A young boy battling leukemia needs your help at an upcoming blood drive.
Cancer Patients in Texoma could benefit from a new, $105 million proton therapy facility in the Metroplex.
There's a big city wide garage sale this weekend and one of the booths will be helping a woman in her fight against cancer.
Three Texoma communities hosting Relay For Life events to benefit The American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is celebrating its 100th birthday and as part of that, human volunteers are forming a *100* on the football field at Old High ....
Volunteers from The American Cancer Society , a representative from Texas Oncology and from Texoma Community Credit Union used some heavy- duty elbow grease this morning to change the "T" in front of the bank.....
You might be kicking back and relaxing on Saturday.... but at some point you have to eat.....