McKinney To Offer Up To $1,500 Grants To Small Businesses, Nonprofits Impacted By CoronavirusApplications will be accepted online for 10 days starting Friday, May 1.
Coronavirus In Texas: Nonprofit Helping Get Personal Protective Equipment To Denton County First RespondersTeam Rubicon, a veterans service organization, is responding to Denton County's request to run a PPE  drive for local first responders.
American Cancer Society Forced To Cut Back On Services Due To CoronavirusTheir patient navigators are now working from home, and they’ve added video conferencing so those who call will have a friendly face.
Coronavirus In Texas: Neighborhood Health Clinic Gets Creative To Keep Doors OpenWith protective gear in short supply, some hospitals have resorted to asking for donations of gowns and masks to keep workers safe.
Dallas Cowboys, United Way Join Other Groups To Launch Local COVID-19 Relief FundraiserNorth Texans are being invited to join a philanthropic effort to raise funds for first-responders, nonprofits and those working on the front lines across the Metroplex during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dallas 7-On-7 Football Program Putting High School Athletes On College Recruiting RadarThe Team Grind organization is made up of Dallas area student athletes, representing 24 high schools and 15 middle schools.
Police: Former Houston-Area Pastor Killed Wife, Son And Himself; Tried To Strangle DaughterRichard Logan, 53, killed 48-year-old Diana Logan and their son, Aaron, at their home in Sugar Land on Tuesday, police said.
Frisco Church Frees Collin County Residents Of $2.2M In Medical DebtElevate Life Church in Frisco announced the good deed at last Sunday’s service. Applause erupted.
Local Nonprofit Aiming To Combat Gun Violence & Its Impact On Dallas YouthThis summer, the nonprofit “No More Violence” will host a three day youth convention aimed to make an impact on a child’s life.
Volunteers Deliver New Shoes, Hands-On Lesson In Compassion To North Texas School ChildrenOrganizers say the hope is one day children who were given extra shoes, will remember those in the world who have none. And there are many.​
11-Year-Old In Fort Worth Running For Fallen First Responders' FamiliesFor the past year, Zach Cartledge has run one mile in honor of every first responder who died in the line of duty.