A UTA professor has started a non-profit to try and preserve music unique to North Texas.
Volunteers have taken over an abandoned baseball field and turned it into a five-acre community garden called McKinney Roots.
Allan Saxe spent more than half a century teaching political science at UT Arlington. Texas Connects Us to how the now retired professor has left his mark, both inside and outside the classroom.
Among the canned goods, produce and bags of bread at Sachse's Five Loaves Food Pantry, it's hard to miss the smell of freshly roasted coffee. For the last several months, the pantry has roasted, bagged and sold...
Texas Connects Us: Members of the Dallas Chamber Symphony are helping at-risk youth find their purpose.
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.
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.