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.
In this Positively Houston, we introduce you to one of our American heroes who is coming to the aid of so many others.
"I think I'm called to do that. I'm called to bring some sort of sunshine and happiness to people's lives,” 51-year-old Sharae Young said.
Artist Kristi Nelson chose to use her gift to highlight what she calls our Masked Heroes and even face coverings couldn't conceal their appreciation.
Grandma Gaston, as she's called, is turning 90 years old but she's also the oldest foster grandparent in Harris County.
What is the best coffee ever, Starbucks, or maybe a special homebrew? After this story, a 'Kristi Coffee' just might be your new favorite.
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.