Victims of some of the worst mass casualty crimes in U.S. history are raising money for Ft. Hood.
A Frisco family needs help and the call for it is coming in the form of an online video. Randy Bean worked in the high-tech industry. Now, his coworkers in Plano are using their skills to help the father of three in a desperate race against time.
Southlake softball and baseball players came out on Jan. 25 and 26 to raise money for wounded warriors in a slow-pitch tournament.
The Houston-based Mulva Foundation is making a $60 million pledge to the business and engineering schools at the University of Texas.
It was a cold day when a North Texas hunter gave up what little savings he had to help a man in need stay warm. Now he’s being rewarded for that small gesture of kindness.
Scott Podsednik played high school baseball on a since-abandoned field in the shadow of a fertilizer plant that exploded last April in the former major league outfielder’s small Central Texas hometown.
When Jeremy Lopez asked for a hearing aid for Christmas, somebody heard his wish. After suffering multiple ear infections and surgeries to alleviate the problem, the 8-year-old was left with serious hearing loss.
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.
A group of North Texas moms came up with an interesting idea to raise money for a local charity. But the organization on the receiving end told the group, “no thank you.” It’s the reason why they turned down the money that has people talking.
The Frisco Family Services Food Pantry fell on hard times during the federal government shutdown. But a resident reached out to family, friends, neighbors, and local businesses to put together a “little” food drive that soon exceeded expectations.
The University of Dallas is receiving a $12 million gift for a new building at its business school.
The Texas pitcher presented the check Wednesday to Rachel Robinson, the widow of Jackie Robinson and founder of the foundation, during her visit to Tokyo.