Animal Activists Demand Answers After Dog Dies In ShelterIn Mesquite, animal activists are demanding answers after an apparently sick dog died in the city’s shelter—after a local rescue group offered to provide care.
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 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.
Man Denies Claims He Stole Dogs From ShelterThe dogs were confiscated last year by Iowa Park police and placed at the shelter as they investigated allegations of animal cruelty.
Big 12 Brings Campus Violence Issue To DallasThe Big 12 Conference today went on the offense about rising concerns regarding college sex assaults involving athletes.
Shelter For Homeless Single Fathers To Open In Fort WorthThe facility not only provides a safe refuge for single women, moms with children and dual-parent families, but is also the area’s exclusive shelter for single fathers with children who are homeless.
Fort Worth Pet Adoption Center BurglarizedAn animal nonprofit in Fort Worth is asking for help with finding a pair of burglars. Two men broke into Animal Hope Pet Adoptions along South Hulen Street on Tuesday morning.
Five Hurt As Probable Tornados Rip Through Grayson CountyAs many as three tornados may have blown through Grayson County Tuesday night, flipping over semis, damaging homes and sending at least five people to the hospital.
SPCA Hosts Parent's Night Out 2016SPCA of Texas is hosting Parent's Night Out 2016. However it's the Kids' Night In that is promising a whole lot of tail wagging fun.
Texas Red Cross: Tornado Damage Assessment Just 1st Step Of RecoveryWhile people are beginning to get an idea of the meteorological impact, physical loss and damage, Red Cross officials say tornado victims are just beginning to feel the mental and emotional toll.
Storm Victims Find Shelter In Glenn Heights SchoolTwo miles away, Donald T Shields Elementary in Red Oak is itself a tornado victim.
North Texas Center Offers More Than Safe Shelter For HomelessAfter getting attention from some unlikely sources, one north Texas homeless shelter is looking to make a long term impact.