There were just 50 donors who greeted President Obama at the home of attorney Mark Stanley for a high-dollar fundraising dinner Wednesday evening. But neighbors said they didn’t need to be on the guest list to soak in the presidential visit.
A Dallas firefighter critically injured battling a house fire last month continues his slow and painful recovery. But, Jeff Patterson got the best kind of medicine Saturday: an outpouring of support from colleagues and friends.
What do ice cream and pajamas have in common? Usually, nothing. But this Saturday in Plano, the two come together to raise money for a great cause.
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.
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.
March Madness officially kicks off tonight, but in the Lake Highlands area of Dallas — Malik Madness is already in full swing! This ‘mad’ event is a bit different — Malik Madness is an effort to help a fifth-grader battling lymphoma.
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.
If it was a part of pop culture in the late 80s and 90s, there’s a good chance it was a part of Jared Guynes 30th birthday party. The Rockwall kid-at-heart threw himself an over-the-top birthday party featuring Vanilla Ice and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
North Texas’ biggest stair climb gets underway Saturday morning with Dallas’ police chief taking part. Those participating in “The Big D Climb” will ‘race’ up 52 flights of stairs… that’s exactly 1,040 steps.
It was almost 5 p.m. on the dot when President Barack Obama, aboard Air Force Once, arrived at Dallas Love Field.
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.
Eleven year old Hunter Keipper keeps a chest with his parents’ belongings — both were dead before he turned 10. Now his grandmother and caregiver is working to adopt her orphaned grandson.