Texans With Character
It’s the end of an era for the music department at one Dallas high school.
Country music in North Texas has flowed under the fingers of Charlie Ferguson for 40 years.
A link to Willie Baronet’s blog, featured on CBS 11’s Texans With Character, February 13.
In the heart of Texas — right here — lives a cowgirl with an inspiring story.
A local graduate is giving back to her community, helping young students learn English at Mi Escuelita Preschool in Dallas.
After going through the adoption process, Randy and Vickie Akins founded ‘Chosen Ones’. The non-profit helps others in every aspect of fostering and adoption.
Warm Up America has warmed people’s lives by knitting and crocheting for more than two decades. See how they’re making a positive influence in North Texas.
Lisa Mayberry is all about breast feeding, helping others realize how breast feeding can have health and cost benefits.
An SMU film graduate was volunteering in Dallas when someone told her about “Operation Babylift,” the U.S. initiative that airlifted more than 2,500 orphans of American military fathers and Vietnamese mothers out of Vietnam, to protect them from threat of the Communist Regime.
Stephanie King has inspired people from across 14 states and four countries to commit to random acts of kindness.
At the age of 90, Col. Herb Drew has been a husband, a father, a grandfather, an Air Force pilot and, most recently, a volunteer.