Sally MacDonald is an Emmy award winning reporter who is thrilled to be working in her hometown! She anchors FOX 26 Morning News every weekday. The Lone Star EMMY Chapter has awarded Sally for her work during Hurricane Ike, and the Texas Associated Press has also honored Sally with awards for her work during Hurricane Rita and the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. In 2012, Sally and Fox 26 produced a series of in depth reports on human trafficking that received widespread attention. Sally graduated from The Woodlands High School, where she was a member of the state champion Woodlands Swim Team. She went on to swim in college for Arizona State University. While at ASU, Sally was also an academic All-American water polo player and a recipient of the Wings of Gold Student Athlete award. She graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Telecommunications at ASU, where she anchored the student newscast. During college, Sally worked at stations in Phoenix and Houston before landing her first on air job next door in Beaumont. At KFDM-TV, Sally worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor. Sally is an avid runner who has completed a marathon. She and her husband are parents to two young daughters.
The three Houston brothers — 5-year-old Antwann, 7-year-old Anthony and 8-year-old Artavius — have been in foster care for two years.
Jay has been in foster care for the past three years. Parental rights are now terminated. He’s waiting for the right family to adopt him, a wait that is never easy.
In January, we introduced you to Sheila and Teri. Thousands of people from all around the world saw the story and contacted Depelchin Children’s Center wanting to adopt the sisters.
Studies have shown children placed with a sibling feel more stability, form stronger bonds with their adoptive parents, and are more successful throughout life.
Depelchin Children's Center wants to help two brothers find a forever home. Former Texans NFL player Jarrett Dillard met the boys on the practice field. The Texas Bowl raises money to support the programs at the Depelchin Children's Center.
Julissa wants a family who will help her realize her dream of going to college to become a veterinarian, plus a family that likes to have fun on the weekends.
They've adopted two girls through Depelchin Children's Center with both requiring multiple surgeries and ongoing therapies. Along with a biological daughter and an adopted baby boy, the family of six celebrates each milestone they reach.
This Houston gay couple shared their story of adoption, hoping to inspire others in the process.
The Spring couple began fostering their now two-year-old son as a newborn and then took in two of his siblings. Then they found out there were also twin siblings – a total of five siblings in all.
Looking for a way to stay relevant the company started filling orders for personal protective equipment. They also sell a "Kooty Key" to keep from touching things, and signs that make it socially acceptable to not shake hands.