Big changes are in store for Charitable Bingo in Texas.
There are more than more than 5,000 homeless children in school systems in Dallas, Fort Worth, Richardson and more.
A North Texas based non-profit is turning up the ‘bling’ to raise awareness about ovarian cancer. The disease is often called the ‘silent killer’—taking the lives of some 15,000 women every year.
A Dallas-based charity will send medical supplies to West Africa to help fight the Ebola outbreak.
Home from a war zone, a North Texas firefighter explains why he volunteers his time in Israel.
The ‘CHAMPS’ stands for choosing healthy activities, meals and positive self -esteem. Beginning Monday, five free, week long camps are scheduled at various locations throughout the city.
At Arlington National Cemetery and across the U.S. on this Memorial Day, Americans paused to remember the high price of freedom. Some 30,000 people participated in a relay called “Carry the Load”.
On Monday, the CBS 11 I-Team confirmed the Director of Charity Bingo, Sandra Joseph, resigned from her post. Her resignation was submitted two days after the I-Team’s initial investigation into charity bingo in Texas.
Some charity organizations across Texas have been pushed to the brink of bankruptcy after getting involved with bingo. The Lottery Commission runs charity bingo. But some non-profit groups believe the state isn’t doing enough to protect the groups.
Benito Capellan isn’t walking around the UT Arlington campus; he’s in Lubbock behind bars.
Two birds, one stone. Nearly 1,900 volunteers partnered with a Dallas-based company Saturday morning to both break a Guinness World Record and feed the homeless.
The community came together in response to a report aired on CBS 11 News, asking for donations for Arlington Life Shelter.