A Central Texas woman who has gone above and beyond to make sure graduating high school seniors had a great end of the school year despite so much disappointment with COVID-19 was surprised with words of praise and a sweet treat by a woman she'd never met who took note of her kind gestures.
One of the area residents who joined the effort to find a missing toddler who was later found dead in a dumpster discovered a painted rock during the search she later learned was decorated to honor a Central Texas girl who died of cancer.
A 2-year-old Central Texas boy pulled unresponsive from his backyard swimming pool is alive today thanks to his 17-year-old brother, who administered CPR just days after completing a CPR course required for high school graduation.
A photographer captured some moving drone footage as hundreds marched to protest after the death of George Floyd, the former Texas man on whose neck a Minneapolis police officer knelt for nearly nine minutes on May 25.
An entrepreneur born in Africa who moved to Central Texas two years ago says his coffee business has tripled because of overwhelming online support amid an effort to promote and raise awareness about black-owned businesses in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
Racial justice groups are forming to organize local protests in response to the death of George Floyd, the former Texas resident who spent his last conscious moments with the knee of a police officer on his neck.
More than two dozen SpaceX employees from McGregor gathered over the weekend at a local restaurant and bar and chanted "USA! USA!" as they watched the launch Saturday and docking Sunday at the International Space Station of the rocket tested and retested in Central Texas.
A local school teacher spread some holiday cheer in the spring by putting up elaborate Christmas lights in her yard every week over the past two months so her students, sent home unexpectedly because of the threat of COVID-19, could drive by and enjoy.
A Central Texas mom of three has finally finished her dream degree after a 12 years of hard work and challenges which included the birth of her son with a condition which requires round-the-clock care.
A Central Texas man given little hope to survive not only beat stage 3 pancreatic cancer, but rang in the bell in front of friends, youth players he coaches and nearly two-dozen motorcycle riders whom had never met him before.
H-E-B employees made surprise stops at a dozen local schools Tuesday to say thanks to the staff members who have prepared, packed and served tens of thousands of meals to students since campus were closed in March.
A local education foundation has given out its two-millionth dollar in grants while celebrating its 20th year by surprising a local elementary school with a grant, which will be used to purchase Google Goggles.
A local realtor who’s sheltering in place amid the COVID-19 outbreak is taking a pass on a birthday parade or presents this week and instead asking friends to help him make some Christmas dreams come true.