Beating cancer, by telling people, to “buzz-off.” It’s a growing New England event that’s now expanding to North Texas, thanks to an Allen family who suffered a great loss more than 20 years ago.
Medical bills and other expenses continue to mount for a Frisco police officer who is recovering from a severe case of H1N1. Now, a police charity is raising money to help the nine-year veteran.
Southlake softball and baseball players came out on Jan. 25 and 26 to raise money for wounded warriors in a slow-pitch tournament.
The FC Dallas Foundation will unveil its second community field this week for children living in West Dallas.
Plummeting temperatures didn’t stop Hypnotic Donuts from holding its second annual Polar Plunge Sunday.
All Joel Occhuizzo planned to build years ago was a little toy train to go around the tree outside his home in Richardson, but his simple idea kept growing.
The executive director of the The Long Term Recovery Center in the city of West is resigning.
After the Black Friday and the Cyber Monday shopping frenzy a new national initiative is being set. But this one is aimed at getting Texans and the rest of the country in the spirit of giving.
Food banks have seen a surge in demand recently since there were recent cuts in food stamp programs, but nothing like the 2200 or more people who showed up on Monday and Tuesday.
Professional golfer Justin Leonard and his wife Amanda will host the 2nd annual SpinClassic, for a non-profit organization that supports Dallas families with children battling cancer.
A nonprofit group in Waco says someone stole a barbeque pit that was the grand prize of a scholarship raffle. The 16-foot-long pit is valued at $7,500 and was being offered by the Brazos Education Foundation.
A woman who received the gift of sight from a cornea transplant wants to give back to her donor’s family.