Project Valentine Brightens Patients' Day At HospitalMethodist Health System has encouraged folks to send free e-cards to patients to brighten their Valentine's Day.
Last Minute Pushes By Cruz Team In IowaA North Texas doctor closed her practice for a week to help Ted Cruz in Iowa.
In Rowlett, Passion Fuels Compassion And A Community Sees ProgressHomeowners still on Kensington Drive were thrilled to see the volunteers arrive.
Effort Underway To Return Precious Items Lost In TornadoesThe National Disaster Photo Rescue is an organization dedicated to reuniting sentimental items with their rightful owners.
In Rowlett, Volunteers Finish What Tornado StartedReal progress Friday for families still recovering from December's tornadoes.
Disaster Recovery Center Coordinates Tornado Relief EffortsSome volunteers are getting an early start on New Year's resolutions by spending their holiday helping tornado victims.
Garland Church Filled With Donations, Ready To Help VictimsA church in Garland put out the call they were accepting donations after the tornados and got enough supplies to fill eight rooms of their church. Now, they need victims to know the items are ready to be picked up.
Unique Holiday Shop Gives Kids Who Have Nothing the Chance to Give BackPint-sized clients of the Vogel Alcove’s Childcare Center for the homeless went shopping for gifts for their parents.
Texas Orders Its Volunteer Groups To Stop Resettling SyriansTexas has instructed volunteer organizations that settle international refugees statewide to immediately stop helping Syrians — even though it may not have the authority to do so.
Texas Baptist Men Providing Help For Garland Flood VictimsTexas Baptist Men embarked upon Garland Saturday as a part of a post-storm assistance movement throughout Texas. They are going door to door to help out, talk with homeowners, and inspect properties.
Texas Red Cross Locations In Need Of VolunteersWith rain continuing across the state, the Red Cross is looking for more volunteers. From flooding in Austin and Houston, to tornadoes in Van and Cisco, it's been a busy month for the Red Cross.
New Information On Van Tornado As Early Curfew Take EffectThe National Weather Service says the twister's path was 10 miles long and 700 yards wide.

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