Coronavirus In Texas: Anna Teen Uses 3D Printer To Help Health Care Workers On Front LinesWhen he’s not doing school work from home or mowing lawns to make extra money, Noah McElwey is doing something extraordinary to help during the COVID-19 crisis.
Fort Worth Police Support Struggling Restaurants During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Fort Worth Police Officers Association will support local businesses by purchasing hundreds of bulk meals daily for police officers throughout the city.
Fort Worth Firefighters Deliver Holiday Meals To Dozens Of Families In NeedThe department used money raised throughout the year to make the Christmas season a little better for those who can use a hand.
North Texas Charity's Lost 'Pile Of Cash' Found On Side Of Road And Returned"I just started crying. I did. I started crying," said Reggie Finch of Soul's Harbor. "That’s like finding a pot of gold. These two wonderful men said, 'somebody must be looking for this'."
Arlington Officers Go Above And Beyond: Move Couple's Washing Machine Down 2 Flights Of StairsOne of the officers, Corporal Leonard Lake, used to work in delivery and said he knew exactly what to do.
Young Sister And Brother Find, Return Lost Wallet: 'It Felt Good'Life lessons don’t always fall out of cars and at your feet, but that’s what happened to 14-year-old Savannah Hinze and her 12-year-old brother, Will, last Tuesday.
Bedford Officers Provide Mother, Daughter Living In Car With Food, Hotel RoomThey could have asked her to move on. They could have directed her to a shelter, but they decided on something different.
Thieves Steal AC Unit Donated By Fort Worth PoliceNo sooner had Fort Worth Police officers installed a brand new air conditioning unit for a family in need, than it was stolen.
Moviegoer Rewards Worker For 'Doing The Right Thing'Leftover candy, empty soda cups and popcorn are what usually await theater employees after a movie ends. But the other day, a worker at Premiere Cinema in Burleson, found a whole lot more.
Good Deed By Boyd Girls Gets NoticedKearstin and Celeste Cruz of the Wise County town of Boyd got some special attention Friday in front of their peers.