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.
Firefighters in Stephenville got a strange call over the Labor Day weekend: Come give our cow a bath.
One Arlington family is building a growing cotton candy empire.
When Adisynn Kiker turned 8-years-old last week, she didn’t ask for her toys. Instead, she asked family and friends to donate food to pets in need.
It’s the dream of many young baseball players to one day play in the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.
The founder behind McKinney's successful Hugs Cafe is now launching a new business to employ those living with special needs.
For high school seniors so much focus is on looking ahead, but a group of soon-to-be Plano graduates spent their final days giving back.
Byron Nelson High School is getting ready to graduate a unique group of students -- service animals.
You've probably heard the saying 'Don't judge a man until you walk a mile in his shoes.' At Highland Park High School one group of students turned that message into a unique lesson.
An Oak Cliff hat shop is working at top speed to get local clients ready for this weekend’s Kentucky Derby.