At the Collin County Jail, there is a program dedicated to giving military veterans who got into trouble with the law, a hand up to succeed in civilian life.
More than 300 student volunteers from 4-H and Future Farmers of America pair up with 300 special needs youth in Ellis County to learn about animals and form new friendships.
Graduation season is here and to understand why one SMU grad is especially thankful, you have to travel back five years and nearly 2,000 miles to the small town of Tela, Honduras.
Granbury High School engineering students are putting what they learn in the classroom to the test in the real world, building prosthetic wheel carts for two puppies born with no front legs.
The Fort Worth Herd celebrates 20 years of twice-daily cattle drives through the Stockyards National Historic District.
Texas Connects Us: Members of the Dallas Chamber Symphony are helping at-risk youth find their purpose.
Two years ago, golf coach, Meredith Macleod, decided to start the Dallas Carter High School girls’ golf program from scratch. Now, with hard work, and generous donations, many of the team members are not just...
An organization started by mothers for mothers is giving women peace of mind when facing a health crisis.
Volunteers with Dallas Hope Charities serve around 250 people in need every Saturday morning in a restaurant-like setting that they create that morning.
When you think Swiss watchmaking, you may not think Fort Worth, yet some of the most expensive and exclusive watches in the world are in the care of North Texas watchmakers.