Teresa Woodard, WFAA TV

Teresa Woodard

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Dallas, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Teresa:

A breakdown of the latest info from the CDC about vaping and lung disease

The CDC said the majority of people who have become ill are healthy young men. They say people should consider not vaping or using any sort of e-cigarette device. → Read More

When the school cafeteria is the only option for a healthy meal

The American Heart Association says food insecurity is the reason life expectancy rates rival third world countries in one southern Dallas ZIP code. → Read More

Potential alternative to opioids discovered in Denton lab

Researchers from Texas Woman’s University say a chemical found in a native Texas plant appears to stop pain without causing addiction. → Read More

Potential alternative to opioids discovered in plant native to Texas

Researchers from Texas Woman’s University say a chemical found in a native Texas plant appears to stop pain without causing addiction. → Read More

Wesley Matthews agreed to serve life in prison, but now he’s asking for a new trial

A father who pled guilty to injuring his daughter says evidence presented during his sentencing prejudiced the jury against him. → Read More

North Texas Navy veteran fighting to bring 7-year-old son home from Peru

Nico Johnson’s family says the boy is the victim of an international child abduction. → Read More

What is Texas? The answers are as unique as the people who live here.

The Lone Star State is difficult to define, but it is not a place of hate. → Read More

North Texas woman says she was raped by a sheriff’s deputy while in his custody

In a lawsuit, the woman claims she was in handcuffs and shackles when a Harrison County deputy assaulted her. → Read More

The key to a long, healthy marriage? Laugh. A lot.

Humor is good for your soul and your soulmate. → Read More

'They’re not prostitutes. They’re victims': The tragic end for a human trafficking victim

Friends say the murder of a human trafficking victim in Fort Worth proves just how hard it is for women to escape. → Read More

Mesquite officer was justified when he shot unarmed man twice, detective testifies

Derick Wiley, 37, is on trial a second time in the November 2017 shooting that seriously injured 32-year-old Lyndo Jones. → Read More

Ross Perot remembered as 'Bill Gates, Leonardo da Vinci and Rambo all wrapped in one'

A memorial for iconic Dallas businessman and self-made billionaire Ross Perot was Tuesday in Dallas. → Read More

At Camp CARE, the kids don't have cancer, but they love someone who does

Camp CARE means a week without a care in the world for kids who face a world of worry. → Read More

100-year-old Texas veteran says he still has things to do

Robert Armstrong is believed to be the last living pilot to fly General Douglas MacArthur. → Read More

Freedom Rider: 'You have to do things that make yourself uncomfortable' to create change

Frisco man was a Freedom Rider during the 1960s battle for civil rights in the segregated south. → Read More

How a community center helped transform an Oak Cliff neighborhood

“You’ve gotta be committed for the long haul,” said the man who launched the center more than 20 years ago. → Read More

Asylum seekers in over-capacity border shelters could soon be bused to Dallas County

Dallas nonprofits are working to provide short-term relief for border shelters currently “at a tipping point." → Read More

How will you outlive yourself? Family's tragedy turns to mission to promote organ donation

Nike joins Coppell family’s mission to promote organ donation. → Read More

Benbrook Lake, others near flood stage with more rain on the way

Flood control measures underway at area U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lakes → Read More

Texas poised to double statute of limitation for child sex abuse victims

A Senate committee passed a bill in the hours after police raided the Diocese of Dallas. → Read More