Woman Shares Story Of Brutal Knife Attack In Downtown DallasA woman is recalling the day she and her friends were the victims of a knife attack by a homeless man in downtown Dallas.
Homeless Man Arrested After Assaulting 2 Women With KnifePolice arrested a homeless man after they say he assaulted two women with a knife in downtown Dallas on Sunday.
Homeless Man Found Dead After Flash Flood In DentonA homeless man drowned in Denton after fast-moving water, from a flash flood, swept him away. Denton firefighters say several men were swept away when a flash flood hit Sunday afternoon.
California Father Buries Wrong Man After Coroner's MistakeEleven days after laying his son to rest, Frank J. Kerrigan got a call from a friend. "Your son is alive," he said.
Homeless In Dallas But Not Voiceless At Carnegie HallThe storied New York City concert hall is the venue Wednesday evening for a performance by the Dallas Street Choir, all singers recruited from urban streets and homeless shelters that has been performing since 2015.
Homeless Choir Embarks On TourThe Dallas Street Choir is hitting the road to perform at Carnegie Hall!
HomelessnessAccording to most recent reports, almost 20,000 Texans are homeless and many more are a paycheck away from finding themselves homeless.
Ceremonial Groundbreaking At New North Texas Food Bank LocationThe North Texas Food Bank is kicking off a $55 million fundraising effort to expand operations. Organizers say you can stop hunger while building hope.
Homeless Project Aims To Teach Young Texans About EmpathyStudents at one Fort Worth private middle school got a real world lesson on homelessness. The group from All Saints Episcopal School spent the night sleeping outside with nothing more than a blanket and a cardboard box to provide shelter.
Dallas County & City Leaders Propose Partnership To Fight HomelessnessA proposed partnership between the City of Dallas and Dallas County looks to provide more oversight for spending on homelessness.
Dallas Barbeque Joint Donates Unused Meat To Shelters, Feeds 700 PeopleWithout running water in the bathrooms, city ordinances forbade a popular Dallas barbecue restaurant from opening. This left them stuck with pounds and pounds of barbeque that they couldn’t serve.
Cold Weather Gear Donations Roll In To Local VolunteersAs bitter cold temperatures move into the Metroplex, a local group is working to make sure North Texans are protected against the cold.