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.
Retirees Bruce and Nan Nance are volunteering as Park Hosts for Texas Parks and Wildlife, which comes with a lot of benefits.
An 11-year-old girl from Argyle is hoping other kids will follow her lead and be empowered to try new things.
The Chisholm Challenge horse show in Fort Worth is hosting 225 riders from 16 therapeutic riding centers to compete in the show ring starting Jan. 14.
In 2018, our "Texas Connects Us" stories connected viewers with a donkey that drank Dr Pepper, a family with a cotton candy business, a man restoring a ghost town, and more.
In Rockwall, there's an actual rock wall, that geologists and locals have long been at odds over.
The Big Game Football Factory in Dallas produces nearly 90 percent of the footballs used in college football games, and the vast majority of the footballs used on Friday nights in Texas.
You won't find Stony, Texas on a map, but one North Texas man is doing his best to preserve its history.
Clarence Fink, a 90-year-old retiree from North Texas, shows how Texas Connects Us through his work of transferring leftover concessions from Cowboys and Rangers games to Mission Arlington.