Ron is part of a group of residents who plays bean bag baseball every Wednesday afternoon at Stoney Brook of Hewitt, an assisted living and memory care center for seniors who want to live an active lifestyle.
A former local beauty queen who lost her leg in an accident while stopping to help a motorist last year continues to defy the odds not even a year later by snowboarding in Park City, UT., for the rest of the winter with a goal of qualifying for the Paralympics in Milan, Italy, in 2026.
A local chef served up a history lesson for area kids by teaching them how to cook the favorite foods of Martin Luther King, Jr. while sprinkling in history about the civil rights leader on this national holiday.
A local man is chasing his dream and opening a coffee shop in a small community with the hopes of bringing people together, despite the challenges that are coming with navigating a business in the COVID-19 pandemic.
A beloved school athlete with autism who scored a last second touchdown that went viral earlier this year was gifted a varsity letter jacket that includes a patch paying tribute to his unforgettable play.
There’s an effort underway by a local business owner to build a Dallas Cowboys themed handicap-assessable bathroom for a teenage boy with quadriplegic cerebral palsy and his mother says the bathroom remodel would change their lives.
A Central Texas girl chasing her dreams of running track at Baylor is one step closer to making that a reality after a chance encounter with a longtime and highly decorated Baylor Track & Field coach at a local restaurant.
A Salado Cowboy who is in the history books as the youngest millionaire in the sport of rodeo has just become the seven-time world champion bull rider after winning it all at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas over the weekend.
Many fans thought because the Yellowstone prequel 1883 is being filmed in parts of Texas, including Fort Worth, the actors and film crew might be in town but it turns out it’s not Kevin Costner or Rip cruising the streets but instead a superfan in Belton by the name of Jeremy Hayhurst.
A busy married mom of two who is also a local assistant school principal is even more busy these days training for the IRONMAN World Championship after qualifying for the prestigious event following a stellar performance at IRONMAN Waco on October 23.