Most people have heard about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But what about #GivingTuesday?
Thanksgiving kindness played out over and over across North Texas today. People helping people was the order of the day.
TangoTab is a website that helps fight hunger. When the website asked its users who they thought most needed a thanksgiving dinner, an anonymous e-mail suggested someone everyone else had forgotten.
Thousands of North Texans will be have a hot Thanksgiving meal, thanks to a local football star’s big event. The food giveaway in Fort Worth had cars on Alton Road lined up for blocks.
The Salvation Army kicked off their Tarrant County red kettle drive with a Texas-style cattle drive. Cowboys mounted their horses with their cattle dogs alongside at in Fort Worth.
Brees told CBS’ “Person to Person” in an interview to air Friday that the donation will come through the Dream Foundation he runs with his wife, Brittany.
The UPS Foundation says it will no longer give grants to the Boy Scouts of America as long as the group excludes gays and lesbians from being scouts or scout leaders.
The words ‘teacher’ and ‘dedication’ go hand in hand, but for one Watuaga Middle School teacher, his dedication over 2 years to helping friends and family with cancer played out in the school cafeteria Thursday.
Many North Texans are asking what they can do to help storm victims on the east coast. Today CBS 11 News is hosting a phone bank during the 4, 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts.
Students at Thomas Haley Elementary School are beginning a campaign to raise money for the victims of Sandy. The school has been down this road before with rewarding results.
A North Texas mother now counts herself among the Guinness World Record holders. But the category Alicia Richman excelled in is one most folks probably aren’t familiar with.
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s signature walk has drawn fewer online signups and donations than last year in the foundation’s hometown.