Cleo Rodriguez, executive director of the National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Association, has dedicated his life to helping migrant children.
A group of Vietnam Veterans who served together from 1965 to 1969 met in Corpus Christi for their third annual reunion after decades without contact.
A lot of primping and polishing goes with being a show cat. During the 60th annual cat show, cats competed for grand champion status and proceeds benefited local humane organizations.
For some families in Houston, waiting to buy a Christmas tree the day before is more tradition than procrastination.
The distance of the closest bus stop has been a long standing issue between the Houston Food Bank and Metro. Clients have to walk about 30 minutes to get to the food bank.
After the death of her grandmother, Iesha Johnson was able to give Christmas gifts to her three young children with the help of Goodfellows.
Maria Tamez received help from the Goodfellows program so she could have toys for her two youngest children on Christmas.
Santa was met with smiles and some tears during a photo opportunity at Sugar Land Town Square.
During the two day Via Colori Street Art Festival, artists showcased their talents to raise money for the Center for Hearing and Speech.
The Goodfellows program helped Tanya and Mario Delira give toys to their 10-year-old daughter Nayely for Christmas.
Acinic cell cancer survivor creates new foundation to benefit rare cancer research.
Families in Houston enjoyed food, shopping and folk dancing programs at the 46th annual Greek Festival.
Miss Chinese New Year remembered for her ambition and beauty.
MD Anderson created @TheTable, an e-cookbook for cancer patients, survivors and the general public. Each recipe can be adjusted to accommodate nutritional needs. A new feature allows recipes to be searched by symptoms a patient may be experiencing due to side effects of their treatment.