A small fundraiser started by a pair of Dallas educators with a passion for sneakers has grown into a nonprofit now preparing to provide hundreds of Dallas area students with new shoes.

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Dallas Teachers On Mission To Get New Shoes On Needy Students' FeetA small fundraiser started by a pair of Dallas educators with a passion for sneakers has grown into a nonprofit now preparing to provide hundreds of Dallas area students with new shoes.
Allen Fire Chief Asks Residents To Make Sacrifices This Holiday Season To Prevent COVID-19 SpreadChief Jonathan Boyd is urging residents to avoid large gatherings of friends and families from now through the holidays.
Year After Tornado Destroys Dallas Shopping Center, Neighbors See Empty Lot As 'Perfect Opportunity'Instead of the pawn shops and box stores, neighbors say they want to see a retail development with local businesses and places to gather.
Irving Police Effort To Build Better Relationships In Community Is SpreadingRobbie Owens reports on "shop talk."
Dallas Outreach Ministry Helping Thousand Feed Their FamiliesSteve Pickett reports.
Uptown Church To Hold Food Drive, Services At House Of BluesMembers of the church hosted a food drive and let the community know about the new campus.
Team Coverage: Breonna Taylor Protests In Dallas And Fort WorthDozens protested in both North Texas cities, after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong in March.
Buying The Beauty You See During One Of North Texas' Biggest Plant SalesOne thing gardener/meteorologist Jeff Ray enjoys is walking around local botanical gardens to see what he might want to try planting in his own yard -- that's why he's vey excited about an upcoming plant sale.
Charities Hoping North Texas Giving Day Will Bring In $ During PandemicCharities Hoping North Texas Giving Day Will Bring In $ During Pandemic
North Texas Giving Day Is Officially UnderwayNorth Texas Giving Day Is Officially underway
Fort Worth Pays Tribute To Corporal Garrett Hull On 2nd Anniversary Of His Line Of Duty DeathThere was a community tribute Monday evening for a man who gave his life to protect Fort Worth citizens exactly two years ago.
Dallas Senior Picks Up Tons Of TrashIt’s a dirty, exhausting and never ending job. That’s why a Dallas neighborhood is fortunate to have someone do it like Kenneth Winn.
North Texans Reminded On 9/11 Of America's Ability To Be UnitedJason Allen talked to folks visiting a memorial in Grapevine.
North Texas Giving Day Is 1 Week AwayIt's a chance for North Texans to come together and help area nonprofits.
North Texas Town Prepares For Return Of Fallen Volunteer FirefighterCresson fallen firefighter / EMT Diana Jones died in California where she was helping fight wildfires.
Dallas Residents React To Police Chief Renee Hall's ResignationResidents who rely on the Dallas Police Department talk about what they want in the next chief.
Storm Cleanup In Azle ContinuesErin Jones reports.
Performers Bring Joy To Isolated North Texas SeniorsFrom a front patio or behind a window, seniors at Tyler Street Tower watched as their parking lot transformed into a stage.
Car Line Stretches More Than A Mile At Fair Park Food GiveawayCBS 11's Robbie Owens reports.
Street Art Scavenger HuntLooking for some outdoor fun? Then join Taryn Jones as she jumps into a Cadillac XT6 to find amazing masterpieces across the Metroplex. Check out the places we hit or explore your own. Don't forget to tag @eatseeplaydfw in your photos for a chance to be featured in our gallery.
Retired Richardson Music Teacher Gets 90th Birthday SurpriseClaire Johnson's friends and former students threw her a drive-by birthday parade.
Love And Respect Shared At Vigil For Popular Rockwall School Resource Officer Tracy GainesOfficer Gaines, who died of COVID-19, most recently served as a School Resource Officer at Rockwall High School.
Tributes For Rockwall Police Officer Who Died Of CoronavirusRockwall Police Officer Tracy Gaines passed away early Monday morning due to complications from COVID-19
Keller ISD Board To Discuss Changing School Start DateParents gathered to demonstrate outside before the meeting letting their feelings known about on campus learning versus online learning.

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