(CNN) - One little piggy can go to the market again after some help from the community.
Chris P. Bacon was born without the use of his hind legs. A veterinarian made him a wheelchair out of toys.
Video of the piglet using his makeshift legs immediately went viral. One local doctor took notice and decided to help.
Dr. Lucero made a more stable wheelchair which Chris P. now uses.
Now the 70-pound pig can be seen practicing on his new wheels and spending more time on the farm.
Chris P. Bacon attends muscular dystrophy events for children to spread hope and inspiration.
A sheriff says the student who shot at least one other student at a high school near Denver today had been looking for a specific teacher. But that teacher got word of it, and had left the school.
Mack Brown was scheduled to meet with University of Texas athletics director Steve Patterson and university president Bill Powers on Friday.
It's been two years since 13-year-old Luis Jaimes Lopez Flores was stabbed and killed, but police are still looking for his killer.
The state's chief financial officer says a booming Texas economy has created an extra $2.5 billion in unspent revenue.
Governor Rick Perry issued a State Disaster Proclamation for the "extensive" flood damage Central Texas experienced at the end of October on Friday.
Ten-year-old Cameron Ferweda is a fan of action-adventure books. Of writing them, that is.