Ones For Texas: Andy ArnoldA young North Texas entrepreneur is getting into the furniture making business, working out of his parent's garage.
North Texas Pair Making A Splash In Custom Fashion IndustryThey may be two of the best dressed men in Dallas-Fort Worth, but Franklin Moss and Michael Anthony Taylor are in the business of making sure other guys look good, too.
First Female Sniper On North Richland Hills Police Force Shares What It Takes"I wanted to help the police department in any way or shape I could and I also wanted to better my career as well," said Amanda Kneisel, this week's "The Ones For Texas" subject.
North Texas Artist Creating Ernie Banks StatueEmmanuel Gillespie never met Ernie Banks but plans to help more people learn about Mr. Cub.
UNT Professor Aims To Break World Record For Longest History LessonOn Friday, Andrew Torget will try to break the record for teaching the longest history lesson... 24 hours long!
Dallas Hotel Worker With Down Syndrome Inspires Fellow EmployeesFor 25 years, Jerry Rosamond has shown up for work at the Hyatt Regency Dallas with a smile. But having Down syndrome does not hold Rosamond back. It propels his co-workers forward.
'Hot Dogs & Hope' Delivers More Than Meals To Fort Worth's HomelessFor many who are homeless, each day can be an unknown about where to find the next meal. But in Fort Worth, three times a month, food is served on the streets with a side of love.
Ones For Texas: Rodney Smith Jr.As we celebrate the Fourth of July this week, one man is making an impact in all 50 states.