Home Depot Donates $1M To Hurricane Ida Relief, Operation Blessing Providing Disaster Kits Critical supplies are being packed up and shipped to Louisiana after the state took the brunt of the deadly category 4 hurricane.
How You Can Help Afghans Arriving In The USThousands of Afghan nationals are searching for a way out of the country as the security situation on the ground quickly unravels. For those who make it to the U.S., there are ways to help them.
Dallas' New Top Cop, Eddie Garcia, Has Determined Clear Set Of Goals To AchieveEdgardo "Eddie" Garcia led the San Jose, California police department for the last four years, but while talking with CBS 11 News he made it clear that he has some very specific plans for policing Dallas.
'There's Always A Need,' State Fair Of Texas Awards $500K+ To South Dallas NonprofitsThe State Fair of Texas announced it awarded more than $528,000 in grants and sponsorships to 59 organizations in the Southern Sector of Dallas this year.
Houston Police Sgt. Sean Rios, Killed Trying To Stop Shootout, Remembered As Leader Dedicated To Family, CommunityFamily and friends attended a funeral service for Sean Rios, 47, at a Houston church. He had been a Houston police officer since February 1996.
As North Texas Cities Look For New Police Chiefs, Expert Says Search For 'Needle In A Haystack' Becoming More DifficultThe cities of Arlington, Bedford, Dallas and Fort Worth are looking for their next police chiefs, and one expert believes understanding community diversity is one the top traits needed in today's age.
Leaders Asking For Public Input On Selection Of New Dallas Police ChiefAs the search for Dallas’ new police chief gets underway, city leaders are inviting members of the community to be a part of the process.
Community Steps In To Help Harvest Crops After Texas Farmer Dies From COVID-19A community in Texas stepped up to help after a farmer died from COVID-19 before harvesting his crops.
Feeding Houston's Hungry: 1M Pounds Of Food Daily For NeedyIt's the largest U.S. food bank and national food bank leaders say they don't see an end in sight to the demand.
5,000 Donated Masks Headed To South Dallas Students, Teachers And Community: 'Masking Up Is Critical'"These masks are much appreciated and will help students and educators who are most in need during this incredibly difficult school year," Dallas ISD trustee Pastor Maxie Johnson said.
ShopTalk: Irving Police Head To Barber Shops To Build BridgesIrving police officers are looking to build bridges with communities by heading to barbershops to just... talk. The department calls it ShopTalk.
Fort Worth City Leaders Hold Roundtable To Discuss Changes Made Since Death Of Atatiana JeffersonFort Worth city leaders came together for a community roundtable Thursday night, just days away from the one-year anniversary of the death of Atatiana Jefferson.
Community's 'Quarantine Project' Creates Pop-Up Bookstore Benefitting University Park Public LibraryThe prices of the books follow a very simple structure. Most hardcover books are $4. Paperback are either $3 or $1 depending on the size.
Donors Can Contribute To More Than 3300 Non-Profit Organizations On This North Texas Giving DayNorth Texas Giving Day is underway, giving the public another opportunity to give back to non-profits hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Collin County Realtors Host Community Drive-Up Food Drive Benefitting Minnie’s Food PantryMinnie’s Food Pantry has an especially high need for cereal, canned fruit, canned vegetables, spaghetti, jelly in plastic containers, and bagged beans.