Houstonians as usual came out to support their own in need via the 35th annual installment of the Thanksgiving Super Feast, hosted by the City Wide Club of Houston. It was one of many initiatives seen over the big day. (Video: KPRC 2 News)
Over the next few days many thoughts will turn to sales and promotions for the holiday season – from Black Friday to Cyber-Monday. But some in the charity community hope you will extend your thinking to go beyond gift buying and will consider giving of yourself next Tuesday, December 3rd. Last year the #GivingTuesday campaign was launched to tremendous success, primarily as a way to refocus people’s attention on the real meaning of the holiday and to take care of causes and concerns they care about. And for those in Houston who might want to join in, might we suggest Houston’s Holiday Tweet Drive to benefit Child Advocates.It could not be more perfectly timed.
Accusations of inappropriate contact between teachers and school kids seem to be nothing new in Texas schools these days. However, now such accusations have ensnared a local and nationally touted principal, who reportedly knew about concerns but did not report them. It has HISD and law enforcement scratching their heads, meanwhile students and parents want the principal returned to their school. (Video: KPRC 2 News)