Beloved Plano School Resource Officer Arthur Parker, Jr. RetiresArthur Parker, Jr. used his unique style of humor and dancing to win over students. It's something he plans to continue doing in retirement.
Dallas Nonprofit Celebrates 140 Years Of 'Transforming Lives'It all started with R.C. Buckner who established an orphans home in Dallas after the Civil War.
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.
Ones For Texas: Sergeant Brian JonesIn Arlington, bridging the gap between police and the communities they serve starts on school grounds.
Orville Rogers, Dallas' Record-Breaking 'Running Man' Passes Away At 101Rogers got his nickname because he loved to run, setting a world record in the 60-yard dash in 2018 for someone 100 years old or oder.
North Texas Motorcycle Club Focused On Suicide By War Vets, First Responders: 'Let's Bring This Out Of The Dark'The Third Watch LE Motorcycle Club decided to raise awareness about the issue by walking. What happened was a monthly event called “Walk the Bridge.”
Labor Of Love Keeping Dallas' Iconic Ferris Wheel Running: 'This Is Family Legacy'Mary Talley says some people make the mistake of thinking the fair owns the Texas Star, the tallest traditional ferris wheel in North America, but it belongs to her family.
North Texas Group Gives Guatemalan Children With Rare Facial Deformities New HopeThe group goes beyond providing medical help to families. IEP volunteers have helped improve a Guatemalan school and provided other support for families.
Texas Baptist Men (And Women) Answer Call To Help Storm Victims: 'Job One Is To Comfort People'The men and women in yellow shirts are offering something storm victims need in a moment of crisis: hope and compassion.
'It's Not A Job, It's A Mission' Says Honor Flight DFW Volunteer Melaine 'Tudy' GiordanoMelaine "Tudy" Giordano helps coordinate taking war veterans from North Texas to their war memorials in Washington, DC.
UNT Grad Mason Bynes Who Lost 2 Fingers In Car Crash Keeps Piano-Playing/Music Composing Dreams Alive“Three years ago I didn't know what it would take to get here and how much effort it would take to get to this point,” Bynes said.