100 Dallas Second Graders Gifted With Bikes From Chicago High School AthletesWhether it’s paying for someone’s coffee or police officers giving drivers cash instead of tickets, the “Pay it Forward” movement has inspired random acts of kindness across the county
'They Are Part Of The Fabric Of North Texas': Local Iranian Community Fears Danger At Home Amid US TensionsAfter recent tensions between the United States and Iran, those in a local Iranian community say they fear they may be in danger here at home.
South Oak Cliff High Reopens To Stunning ReviewsSouth Oak Cliff High School re-opened today following a $52 million dollar renovation and the results are stunning.
Experts: Silence After Fatal Texas Police Shooting Risks Community MistrustLaw enforcement experts say a small Texas police department's extended silence about an officer fatally shooting a 28-year-old man runs contrary to best practices and creates fertile ground for public mistrust.
Social Media Post Of Police Officer Helping Woman In Wheelchair Goes ViralA Midlothian police officer unexpectedly found himself in a viral social media post, simply for doing the kind of good deeds he strives to do every day.
Kindergarten Class Raises $3K To Support 60 Salvation Army AngelsSixty children will have a gifts to unwrap on Christmas day thanks to an All Saints’ Episcopal School kindergarten class that raised $3,000 for their Angel Tree Project.
Arlington Police Department Awarded 3rd Place In National Night Out CampaignThe Arlington Police Department was awarded third place in the national program that honors communities for participation in the National Night Out Campaign.
'He Would Uplift The Room': Friends Mourn Loss Of Fort Worth Teen Killed In Thanksgiving Day CrashThe Thanksgiving day crash that claimed the life of a popular 17-year-old from Fort Worth has left members of the community still trying to cope with the loss.
Ones For Texas: Thanks-Giving SquareThere’s a place in downtown Dallas described as a monument to gratitude. And it’s in the middle of the daily hustle and bustle.
Former Inner City Kid, Cowboys Nose Tackle Antwaun Woods, Helping Families In Dallas, LAHe created the Woods Legacy Foundation which works to support at-risk and disadvantage youth in both the Dallas and LA area.
Christina Brooks Hired As First Diversity And Inclusion Director For City Of Fort Worth“She is a results-driven diversity and inclusion professional with 20 years of experience working with underrepresented populations in public, private, local, national and international settings," said City Manager David Cooke.
Community ISD Students Gather At Crash Site To Mourn Loss Of 4 ClassmatesDays after four high school students were killed in a car crash Tuesday evening, students came together to not only grieve, but support each other during the difficult time.
Plugged In: Advocate For These Local Charities By Taking A WalkThese four local non-profits offer you an opportunity to volunteer for a worthy cause.
High School Rivalry Game In Dallas Takes On Different Feel Following Tornado OutbreakSt. Mark’s School of Texas and Episcopal School of Dallas both suffered damage from the tornadoes almost two weeks ago.
Richardson Family Figuring Out What's Next As Home Condemned Due To Tornado DamageMichael and Jen Chambers are one of several families in South Richardson who can no longer live in their homes.