There is about half a million dollars up for grabs to fund after-school programs in the Houston-area, something still needed as schools reopen.
Julieta Valdes, 16, had been an athlete doing regular workouts since she was nine-years-old. When the freshman Varsity Volleyball player collapsed simply doing push-ups everyone knew something was seriously wrong.
Christmas in July is particularly nice during a pandemic when some have been at home alone for months.
There have already been 24 drownings in Texas this year and this holiday weekend is just the start of swim and boat season. So two Houston moms have teamed up to keep that number from rising.
So many people are taking meals to medical staff but what happened at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands is a different sweet lunchtime treat, as the band Willow Creek Junction took to the makeshift stage.
Many are in need during these trying times, so it's a good opportunity for people are able to give back.
A couple from Westchase District felt the need to help those impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak in their community and were inspired to start a free pantry right on their front lawn.
FOX 26 Reporter Damali Keith speaks with one of the owners of Phil and Derek's Restaurant about helping Houston families during the COVID-19 crises.
Senior citizens were lined up outside a Walmart ready to take advantage of senior-only hours when Harris County Constable deputies arrived with gifts.
This Positively Houston is highlighting how one group is bringing people together doing this pandemic which has healthcare workers on the frontline of this brutal battle against COVID19.
Many girls dream of being a figure skater, and for the ones that didn’t get the opportunity, that dream dies as they get older. However, for 37-year-old Dayyanah Coleman, her desire to become a figure skater stayed with her into adulthood despite her battle with a rare illness. Coleman was born with Wolff-Parkinson-White, a rare condition that causes the heart to beat rapidly.
A Houston single mom was in for a surprise when a local non-profit gave her a car on The Kelly Clarkson Show. If you watched “Kelly” on Fox 26 you know our own Damali Keith helped in the big reveal that gifted a free car to someone very deserving.