Dallas Teacher Overwhelmed As Donations Pour In For Tornado-Ravaged Schools: 'It Means So Much'The support moved Thomas Jefferson High School teacher Lisa Alfonso to tears on Monday.
Fort Worth Teacher's School Supplies For Special Needs Students Stolen Off Her PorchInside the stolen packages were some ​important items for Ashleigh Powell's 6th through 8th ​graders at Boulevard Heights School. ​
Texans Head To Stores And Computers To Shop During Sales Tax HolidayThe tax-free holiday is officially upon us and Texas parents are already hitting the shopping aisles taking full advantage of the savings.
Annual Back-To-School Sales Tax Holiday Begins FridayIt's that time of year again -- the annual back-to-school sales tax holiday begins August 9 across Texas.
Free! Dallas Zoo Gathers Backpacks For Schools And Gives Away Lifetime MembershipsThe Dallas Zoo is helping families get “Back in the Swing of Things” with its school supplies drive on Aug. 18 and 19.
Grand Prairie Students 'Shop With A Cop' For School SuppliesIn less than one week, children in Grand Prairie will be heading back to school, and the police department is making sure that students go into their first day of classes with the proper supplies.
Recent Test Found Asbestos In Some CrayonsParents buying school supplies might want to avoid Playskool crayons. The brand, sold at Dollar Tree, was found to have traces of asbestos.
Sales Tax Holiday Begins Friday, Runs Through SundayTexas shoppers will get a tax break later this week as children prepare to return to school. The Tax Free Holiday weekend begins Friday and runs through Sunday.
Dallas Families Get Ready For Classes At The Mayor's Back To School FairFamilies in Dallas are getting ready for the first day of classes at the Mayor's Back To School Fair.
Rockwall Teacher Surprised With $5,000 Worth Of School SuppliesA teacher in Rockwall thought that she was showing up for a Career Day presentation on Wednesday, but she was surprised when Honda gave her $5,000 worth of school supplies.
Area School Kids Get Boost From AmazonAmazon associates in North Texas delivered $15,000 worth of backpacks filled with school supplies and $24,000 to support science, technology, engineering efforts to six schools in Dallas and Fort Worth.