It has been quite a journey for Dr. Ann Barnes who grew up in Houston's Fifth Ward. She started as a young doctor at Bentaub Hospital. Now she's the Chief Medical Executive over Harris Health System.
Getting creative to survive tough times in COVID. As many musicians scrambled to stay afloat, one singer is selflessly looking out for his band as well, keeping the paychecks coming even as shows stopped.
A couple of restaurant owners are sharing not only good food with their customers but also their faith and their testimonies, giving the gift of grace.
A couple of ladies are working hard, even without an audience, to keep things going in musical theatre as COVID keeps the curtain from rising.
A Women's Home fundraising event has Houstonians going Over The Edge, repelling from the roof of the Doubletree Hotel.
The wife of a former NFL player who's battling ALS is offering support to loved ones who are also caregivers.
A single mom and her three children are surprised with new furniture after losing everything during the February freeze.
Forget student loan debt. Teams of students at the University of Houston are helping raise money for scholarships for other college students.
The Gee brothers aren't even old enough to drive yet, but they are inspiring others with their giving spirit.
Powerhouse trailblazers will gather for a virtual women's empowerment event and you are invited.
Speaking to girls groups, at schools and other organizations a black female engineer is hoping to persuade other minorities to join the profession.
Mattress Mack has given plenty over the years. Now he's helping career dreams come true. Gallery Furniture has three new schools and they're all free of charge.
Some seniors are getting fit and socializing during the pandemic thanks to a free fitness class being held virtually.
The Houston Humane Society is full and offering a special to help get animals adopted after last week's severe winter weather.
Joel Osteen opened his church as a warming shelter and Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale his Gallery Furniture stores on North Freeway and in Richmond.
A once-homeless Houston artist has his works on display at an indoor-outdoor exhibit that runs through March.
A Houston educator is volunteering to help families around the world who were told there is no help for their children.
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.
Aldine ISD's Johnson Elementary has created a CARES Team to keep COVID cases down and keep a connection with families during the pandemic.
A 61-year-old cancer patient passes and his grieving family gives a $9,500 gift to something that meant a lot to him, his high school football team.