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Need Food?

Non-profit agencies that provide food for people in need were already very busy before the winter storm and they expect to be even busier now. In fact, the Tarrant Area food Bank is at Herman Clark Stadium in Fort Worth today from 10-1 to hand out food. Click the link to see their full distribution calendar and to find out how you can help. ~ Starlene Stringer

Mobile Warming and Charging

Many people, businesses and companies are stepping up to make a difference during these trying times and that includes Cowtown Charters. The bus company has drivers stopping buses in communities without power, so that residents can get on board to warm up and charge their devices too. 

CARMAN Passed Away

Beloved Christian artist, CARMAN, has passed away. Many have prayed for him as he battled cancer. According to his publicist, the award winning singer who 71-thousand people watched perform at Texas Stadium, passed away Tuesday in Las Vegas, following hernia surgery.  CARMAN was 65.

Rides for Caregivers

Kudos to the North Texas Jeep club. Many in the group have helped healthcare workers get safely to and from work over the past few days, as Texans deal with extremely dangerous road conditions. ~ Starlene Stringer

Careful Using Filters

Be sure to turn off the filter before your next Zoom meeting or you could be like the Texas attorney who looked like a cat in court this week! ~ Starlene Stringer

Expecting and Delivering

This local police officer recently responded to a 9-1-1 call and helped safely deliver a baby boy. Officer Matt Boyd will soon be a father too.  He and his wife are expecting their first baby. Congratulations! ~ Starlene Stringer

Searching for Onyx

Have you seen Onyx?  The talking crow recently flew away from the Dallas Zoo during a training session. Take a look at this photo and if you spot Onyx out and about, contact the Dallas Zoo. ~ Starlene Stringer

Local Kid in the Big Game

Years after losing his father and his desire to play football, McKinney North grad, Ronald Jones, will play in Super Bowl 55 this Sunday. May his story inspire you to live your best life too! ~ Starlene Stringer

Safe AND Loved

What's better than feeling safe? Feeling safe AND loved! Thanks to a Cedar Hill police officer, this recently victimized senior is now comforted by both. Officer Martinez used her own money to buy this grateful woman a security camera for her home. ~ Starlene Stringer

Local Teens Donate 10k Shoes

Three Southlake teens have collected 10,000 pairs of shoes to donate to people in need.  Mateo Bryce and brothers Matt and Will Blount, are all students at Carroll High School, and they are giving the shoes to the non-profit, Souls4Souls. #impressive ~ Starlene Stringer

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