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.
By the start of 10th grade he was a father. Now Demoine Jones and his son are both seniors. His son is a senior in high school. Demoine is a senior in law school.
Kind-hearted constable and his wife, who were battling COVID-19, give back by giving gifts to Houston kids in CPS custody.
Radio DJ sharing the power of prayer with his listeners as more people turn to faith to make it through 2020 and beyond.
In this Positively Houston, we talk with a Houston DJ who's known for not only the music he plays but the motivation he gives.
Queen's Bee Salon and Spa is giving free services to all essential workers from the medical field, to grocery store employees to police, fire, and teachers.
Santa's little helpers are typically tiny guys with pointy ears in funny shoes but a couple of Houston dads who don't fit that description are packing in the presents this year, just in time for Christmas.
Landis Elementary math and science teacher Miss Spurlock is rocking the mic for her students so they can be motivated to learn during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dozens of volunteers have come together to make it happen, packing up and giving out Thanksgiving dinners to thousands of Houstonians through Kids Meals Houston.
Brittany Smith Tukkinen is donating a portion of her business profits to Shriners Hospital as a thank you for their service.
The Zhu sisters have now provided meals to more than 1,000 Houstonians. They're only 17 years old and they're just getting started.
When you watch Melissa Brown's Divine Cheer Explosion cheer squad in action you'll see incredibly talented girls. What you don't see is all the time, work, and devotion Brown is putting into them to get them there.
The amazing little house was built by Kingwood Park students as part of Humble ISD's Big Heroes, Tiny Homes program.
12-year-old Ava McGil created the game Money Madness to help kids learn how to save money.
Lyric Jacks, 13, has a lot of fight in her. Houston natives Beyonce and Trae tha Truth are among the many people showing her support.
10-year-old Hunter Wilson is not just a great big brother, he's leading the way for others as a cancer awareness advocate.
A group from Kingwood just returned from assisting folks in Louisiana who were hit hard by Laura.
The 17-year-old Jai Gillard wants to become a Behavioral Neuro Psychologist to help people struggling with mental health. She hopes her efforts will keep things such as school shootings from happening.
"The healthcare workers have been working really, really hard these past couple of months and I wanted to do my part,” says 15-year-old Sydney Matthew.