Ones For Texas: Local Woman Sets Up Community Table To Hand Out Food, Small Businesses Celebrate EasterToday's Ones For Texas shines a light on a woman in Forney who started a community table in her driveway in order to hand out food and necessities to those who need them.
Ones For Texas: North Texas Science Teacher Sings For Her Students While Teaching OnlineIn today's Ones For Texas, Tammie Zylman, a science teacher at Mabank Junior High School, is using her singing to keep her students inspired as they learn online.
Ones For Texas: Argyle Boy Picks Up Trash During 'Recess,' Local Business Helps Non-Profit Stay AfloatIn today's Ones For Texas, a boy in Argyle is picking up trash in his community during his "recess" time, and a local business is stepping up to help a non-profit stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ones For Texas: North Texas Toddler Makes Paper Hug For Grandfather In HospitalIn today's Ones For Texas, a toddler found a way to give her grandfather a hug without needing to be physically near him as he remains in the hospital.
Ones For Texas: Residents Celebrate Grandmother's 90th Birthday From Safe DistanceIn today's Ones for Texas, North Texas residents celebrated a grandmother's 90th birthday as she stood on the balcony of her assisted-living facility in Fort Worth.
Ones For Texas: North Texans Pitch In To Make Masks For Health Care Workers, Local OrganizationsLocal residents and businesses in North Texas are pitching in to make masks for health care workers and various organizations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ones For Texas: North Texas Couple Finds Wedding Alternative, Fort Worth Residents Provide Free LunchesIn today's Ones For Texas, a North Texas couple has found a way to celebrate their friend's wedding from home, while residents in Fort Worth are providing free lunches during these trying times.
Dallas Artists Use Talents To Make Face Shields For Health Care Workers, First RespondersDallas area artists and inventors who now have nothing but time on their hands have strong desire to help those combatting COVID-19.
Ones For Texas: North Texans Stay Entertained Outdoors, Free Groceries In Fort Worth For Families In NeedSome North Texas residents are staying entertained with unique outdoor activities, while one Fort Worth store is looking to provide groceries for families in need.
Ones For Texas: North Texans Entertain Themselves While Staying IndoorsThe COVID-19 pandemic has changed our daily lives. But many residents in North Texas are finding ways to entertain themselves while being ordered to stay indoors.
Ones For Texas: North Texans Find Ways To Support Each Other During Coronavirus OutbreakAs residents are being told to stay at home and as businesses and schools are shut down, North Texans are finding creative ways to support each other during these trying times.
Breaking The Cycle Of Poverty: North Texas Mother Caren Bright On Empowering OthersCaren Bright and her growing non-profit, Pamper Lake Highlands are changing lives.
Dallas Leader’s Roundtable Talks City's Past, Present, FutureSix black men and women represent the well-being of 1.4 million City of Dallas residents. CBS 11 news sat down to chat with them about the present and future state of the city, with a nod to the past.
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.