Tammy Kling is a ghostwriter by trade. She has authored more than 100 books. But on weekends, she is a teacher and encourager, helping homeless kids rewrite their futures.
Call it a “graduation to life.” On Friday 35 residents of a Dallas homeless shelter celebrated a launch to self-sufficiency. The New Life Recovery Program is helping people change their lives…one choice at a time.
Not everyone has access to the cooling waters of a splash park and pool. For many people, battling the heat is a matter of life and death.
At a glance, it looked like Patrick Murphy is panhandling in downtown Fort Worth Tuesday morning.
The local film “Hiding in Plain Sight” chronicles a family’s experience with homelessness. It has won numerous awards, and now it is available on DVD.
Don Hart filed a lawsuit against the city of Dallas challenging his right to feed the homeless. Seven years later, a federal judge ruled the ordinance violated his religious freedom.
Four homeless or indigent veterans with no relatives to claim them are being buried with full military honors Wednesday in Dallas.
A man was critically injured after being stabbed four times in downtown Fort Worth. The victim had just given two homeless people some money, but they wanted even more.
Fire kindled by high winds seriously injured a homeless man in South Fort Worth this morning, destroying a pickup truck and damaging the home near where it was parked.
It was a night spent bundled up in blankets, cramped together on cardboard, and sleeping outside in the cold. That’s what more than one hundred 7th and 8th grade students from All Saints Episcopal School did for a project called “Project Empathy.”
On any given night, there are about 1,000 homeless youth on the streets of Dallas. But a shelter in Oak Cliff is aiming to help them get back on track.
In just a few weeks census workers will fan out across North Texas to count the number of homeless in the area. To accomplish the task professionals and volunteers are put together.