A Central Texas man caught in a now viral photograph as he gave a homeless resident an impromptu haircut along the side of a busy local road is an ex-convict who’s turned his life around, working with what God has given him.
For nearly a year the trash bins nearly 100 residents of one small Central Texas town dutifully roll out to the curb once a week have almost magically reappeared next to their homes after the refuse truck makes its rounds.
A young Central Texas cancer survivor served up snow cones over the weekend and raised more than $400 for St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., the leading hospital in the world for treating children with cancer.
A Central Texas high school senior battling cancer was crowned homecoming queen from her hospital bed as she appeared on the screen of an iPAD her mom and older brother carried onto the field at halftime.
The simple wish of a Central Texas teenager who not only survived a freak boating accident that claimed the life of his father, but also a rare form of cancer that required multiple surgeries and years of treatment will finally be fulfilled, thanks to the kindness of family, friends and strangers.
An autistic man who was taken in by a former local teacher whose name was all he was able to provide deputies who found him wandering the streets a year ago contributed all of his vacation savings to help a Louisiana hurricane victim.
In the midst of a virus that forces people to stay apart, some residents of one local neighborhood decided to turn a fence into a bridge in order to spend time together while staying physically distanced.
A local nonprofit that provides sports for those with special needs in the area is living up to its name, even in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic which has greatly affected members of the special needs community, many of whom fall into high risk categories, by continuing on with fall sports, virtually.
A local realtor celebrated his birthday this year by asking for donations to a program at his former high school that aims to fill the Christmas wishes of students in need and Wednesday he announced he’s giving the project $5,000.
A local SWAT team commander and helicopter pilot who thought he was simply worn out from work, but then ended up spending nearly a month in the hospital battling a severe case of COVID-19 says he’s thankful to be alive.