An Austin-based nonprofit called ‘Well Aware’ builds water systems for impoverished communities around the world. To raise awareness and funds, they have announced the return of their infamous ‘Shower Strike’.
The auction of a black rhino hunt in Africa has led to death threats here in North Texas. The FBI confirms it is investigating threats against members of the Dallas Safari Club, which opened a weekend hunting convention Thursday.
Nouadhibou is an African sea town, whose shores serve as the final resting place for more than 300 ships. The rusted hulks that litter its coastal waters are considered an eyesore by many (go figure), but they’ve brought some unexpected benefits to the local community as well.
A North Texas teenager is still making a difference, even more than a year after he died. Jacob Logan’s former teammates at Coppell High School are honoring the late football star with a major fundraiser on Thursday.
A speech given by Senator Ted Cruz’s father last fall is making headlines now.
A Dallas woman who contends her business teaching hair braiding represents an ancient African art form is suing Texas regulators who say she needs to take classes as a barber and pass state exams.
A man is filming a black rhino that suddenly gets too close for comfort. The black rhino holds his ground, but so does the man.
All is relatively quiet at AT&T Stadium on Wednesday, but Liberia’s president recently said that the building uses more electricity than what is generated in her entire country.
Two adorable cheetah cubs are now calling North Texas their new home. The Dallas Zoo has welcomed Winspear and Kamau to their Animal Adventures outreach program.
CBS News reported Tuesday that YouTube has been blocked in both Bangladesh and Pakistan, in order to prevent further viewing of the 14-minute trailer for “The Innocence of Muslims.”
Former President George W. Bush says he wants his institute, which has released a book featuring experts weighing in on ways to grow the economy, to be an “action-oriented” place.
Former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, are headed home after a weeklong trip to Africa with stops in Zambia and Botswana.