North Texan 'Old Man Steve' Becomes TikTok Sensation At 82"I have 1.4 million on TikTok and I have over 25 million likes on my TikTok videos," said Stephen Austin.
Cafe Momentum Restaurant Serves Up Second Chances, With A Side Of Hope In DallasDallas has no shortage of great restaurants, but one restaurant is doing far more than just serving up excellent meals.
2 North Texas Women Helping Thousands Navigate Cancer Journey Through Careity FoundationLast year, the Careity Foundation supported 7,600 people in Tarrant, Johnson and Parker counties as they battled cancer.
North Texas Kidney Donor Jon Seidl, Mississippi Recipient Ken Cook Share Special Thanksgiving From AfarLast month, a kidney transplant turned Ken Cook's life around. Jon Seidl of Frisco donated a kidney to Cook.
'There Was No Playbook For COVID': North Texas Food Bank Comes Through For Thousands During Pandemic"We used to say, imagine a world without hunger. We said our goal is to go out of business, but obviously that never came true because of the need," explained Liz Minyard.
Dallas Businessman Jorge Baldor Dedicated To Bringing Awareness To Cultural, Civic Contributions Of Latino CommunityBaldor admits he could’ve created his artisan marketplace for Latino culture closer to Dallas’ Arts District, but said he wanted it in the neighborhood that he called his own.
Program In Dallas Provides Healing For Women Who've Endured TraumaMadison Sawyer takes us to Fight Club in this week's The Ones For Texas report.
North Texas Man To Donate Kidney To Stranger In Mississippi: 'I'm Honored'At any given time, tens of thousands of people in the U.S. are waiting for a kidney. Jon Seidl of Frisco says he has a reason to donate one of his.
Ones For Texas: Dallas ISD Teacher Uses Characters During Online InstructionA Dallas ISD teacher is teaching her second grade class while dressed up as different characters in order to bring lessons to life.
Ones For Texas: TCU Faculty Congratulates Class Of 2020The faculty at Texas Christian University gave a very special (and virtual) congratulations to the graduating class of 2020.
Ones For Texas: 14-Year-Old Girl Plays Harp For Neighborhood, Virtual Choir Concert In PlanoIn today's Ones For Texas, a 14-year-old girl in Rowlett is playing her harp right from her porch so her neighborhood could enjoy the soothing music.
Ones For Texas: Boy Scouts Build Bird Feeders For Local Nursing Home, Animals Explore Dallas ZooIn today's Ones For Texas, boy scouts in Fort Worth decided to build bird feeders for a local nursing home so residents could have some entertainment outside their windows.
Ones For Texas: Local Groups Use Horses, Animal Costumes To Cheer Up Residents At Assisted-Living FacilitiesTwo local groups used horses and animal costumes to cheer up residents at North Texas assisted-living facilities from outside their windows.
Ones For Texas: Fort Worth Residents Celebrate New Life With Drive-By Baby ShowerResidents celebrated new life during the coronavirus pandemic by surprising a Fort Worth couple with a drive-by baby shower.
Ones For Texas: Local Apartment Starts Food Pantry, Dallas Non-Profit Delivers 100,000 Meal Kits To People In NeedA McKinney apartment complex started a food pantry for its residents who need help, and Cafe Momentum in Dallas has now delivered over 100,000 meal kits to students and families in need.