A Houston Police Officer has gone above and beyond the call of duty. As FOX 26’s Damali Keith tells us he’s not only protecting and serving but also making dreams come true.
A local woman is working to ensure those with disabilities are able to eliminate the word "can't" from their vocabulary by teaching them certain skills to make them more independent.
Houston rescue teams are coming together to evacuate animals stuck in hurricane-ravaged Louisiana. Others are taking food and supplies to pets and livestock still in the state.
She was a freshman at Santa Fe High School when a gunman opened fire in a deadly school shooting. Now, Jai Gillard, one of the survivors, is a freshman at Harvard.
Remembering David Castro, a kind kid who's light continues to shine bright as he leaves a legacy of love.
Wednesday afternoon's heavy downpour wasn't enough to stop a deputy with the Harris Co. Sheriff's Office from ensuring Houston residents wouldn't go hungry.
In this Positively Houston, we highlight a mom whose family continues to grow and a team of people who support her.
A Harvard bound Houston teen who was the first black male valedictorian at his high school has written a book and is working to inspire other young black men.
Mental health help is available if you're feeling the stress of the pandemic or emotional tension for any reason.
Houston rapper giving scholarships and other gifts as TraeDay turns into Trae Weekend this year with four days events including free trampoline park, games, animals and a car show to name a few.
Houston Judge Wanda Adams gave up her seat temporarily to fulfill a bucket list item for a 14-year-old girl who's battling Lupus.
Several seniors have scholarships for college thanks to a Houston teacher who's giving his own money so they can achieve their dreams.
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.