Many children in foster care belong to sibling groups and are looking for a family to adopt more than one child. Studies show there are a lot of benefits to keeping siblings together.
More people are complaining about being scammed through the mobile payment app Cash App by callers posing as customer service.
A young Houston mom knew school was out of the question at the time, but she didn't give up on her dreams. She's now a successful fashion designer after teaching herself to sew by watching YouTube.
Chasity Sereal learned how to sew watching videos on Youtube, now she specializes in beautiful custom dresses.
In both of the cases, the scammers claimed they were employees of Cash App. FOX 26's Heather Sullivan has a few tips that can help beware of scammers.
A real estate company Orchard just moved into Houston, and it lets you buy a new house before you sell the old one.
Orchard is reversing the real estate model by letting homesellers buy a new home before you sell your old one.
Alvin High School student Hannah Webster is a super talented, three-sport star who loves her community. She's a member of the National Honor Society, Future Farmers of America and is the kind of student-athlete college recruiters love because she was taught the value of education.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini says if you are willing to advocate for yourself and do your part of maintaining and strengthening your mental health, you will feel more confident and capable to help lead your family through this challenging time.
President Biden signed two executive orders today: one to increase SNAP food benefits known as food stamps, the other to streamline the process of sending out stimulus checks.
The FBI, FDA, and Better Business Bureau are warning you about a series of COVID-19 vaccine and treatment scams going around.
Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini discusses five common "relationship killers" she sees regularly in her office.
All eyes were on the very historic inauguration on Wednesday and people are still talking about the speeches, performances, and the fashion.
President Biden signed executive orders today to extend the pause on student loan payments through September and extend the eviction moratorium through March.
On his first day in office President Joe Biden extended the nationwide eviction moratorium through March.
Aldine ISD's Johnson Elementary has created a CARES Team to keep COVID cases down and keep a connection with families during the pandemic.
On his first day in office, President-elect Biden is expected to call for $10,000 in federal student loan forgiveness for borrowers and continue the pause on federal student loan payments.
A number of Houston-area are going above and beyond to help their students learn virtually.
Since the pandemic began, more people have been making extra money selling items they no longer need on online platforms, such as Poshmark, eBay, and Facebook Marketplace.
Instead of an MLK Day Parade, this year there was a Parade of Giving virtually and drive thru donations were accepted for Houstonians in need.