A former firefighter has regained some of his independence thanks to Spencer Solves It.
At 17 years old, Jarron Holden is a hard-driving high school basketball player who unfortunately knows what it's like to have your heart stop beating.
They call themselves the La Porte Texans, and they are 175 of the hardest-hitting, hardest-working junior football players and cheerleaders in the Texas Inner City Footba...
James Viscardi works diligently in his backyard garden.
In the middle of the hottest summer in at least five years, 75-year-old Marie Norris is taking her medication and sweltering inside her small Missouri City home.
More than 500 student-athletes, in the prime of their lives, came together at the Memorial Athletic Club heart screen last weekend.
At 58 years old, Randy Riggs, of Spring, struggles to make it out to his mailbox, where he anticipates finding another stack of bills that he and his disabled mother will...
Christal Washington slathers on moisturizing cream in a desperate attempt to get some relief from the itching, the burning and the blistering that comes with an eczema fl...
The tragedy of mental illness and not being able to control your own mind takes its toll.
KPRC's Bill Spencer makes his weekly rounds to restaurants in town to make sure they are keeping up to the health standards in Houston.
At 61 years old, Molly Downs struggles to walk through what’s left of her storm-damaged, two-bedroom trailer home.
Just days before Christmas, Rosy Reyes took Bill Spencer on a tour of her flood-ravaged trailer home in north Houston.
When Tara Champion’s kids leave the house it looks like school is letting out.
On a chilly morning in Alief, Karmal Green and her two daughters, 5-year-old Braylyn and 7-year-old Caitlyn, are busy making their own Christmas ornaments because they ca...
Diamonique Sloan, her husband, Cordero, and their four small children walk down a lonely road in Southeast Houston. A road just like the one they used to live on when for...
At 64-years-old, Judy Van Etten of Houston is finally driving the car she dreamed of owning her entire life. The car her ex-husband bought for her, the one she always ...
Emmanuel Thomas grabs the tools of his trade, a car wash scrub brush, soap and brute strength and determination.
At the age of 38, Maribeth Charles of Houston has literally lived through a horrific nightmare.
It’s early in the morning and Katherine Walls of La Porte is already working hard, giving her husband David a sponge bath in the kitchen.
It’s a scorching-hot Houston day, and Elizabeth Moore and her husband, Ardell, are struggling to walk their special-needs son to the bus stop close to a mile away.
At 71 years old, Bob Lawson starts every day the same way, by raising the American flag in front of his Magnolia home.
It’s a scorching-hot Houston day and Elizabeth Moore and her husband Ardell are struggling to walk their special-needs son to the bus stop.
Bob Lawson, 71, starts every day by raising the American flag.
It’s early in the morning and 48-year-old Shannen Brown is starting it the way she starts every day, taking a whole list of expensive prescription drugs to deal with diab...
Ilissa Hoffauir, 41, cooked up a batch of scrambled eggs for her disabled husband Bobby.
Monique Lyons often helps her two daughters, Kayla and Taylor, with their math homework at night.
With the loud sound of her oxygen machine cutting through the darkness, 82-year-old Elma Durham lies trapped in her own bed struggling to breathe.
At church, on their knees, Janiece and Richard Sullivan have been praying for a miracle, because faith is just about all they have left.
Inside a small Angleton church, Janiece Sullivan and her husband Richard get down on their knees and pray for help as they struggle to get by, facing a mountain of debt.
At 55 years old, Annette Shelby is a disabled former cafeteria worker who literally does not have a leg to stand on.
With the sound of her oxygen machine blaring in the background, 82-year-old Elma Durham lay trapped in her bed struggling to breathe.
Matthew Macias struggles mightily to do the job he says he was born to do, the job he loves.
On a lonely, seldom-traveled road in Conroe, Barbara Martin and her 90-year-old mother, Iris, sit alone inside their home, the very same way they have spent every day for...
In Houston’s Museum Park neighborhood, misery has a new face.
All his life, David Espinosa has loved two things above everything else: the United States of America and the Air Force.
Four months after the nightmare of Hurricane Harvey, Ernest Bess, his wife Cynthia and their two children were coming home to nothing.
With just days to go until Christmas, Kayla Wolfe, a hardworking, single mother, played on a children's slide with her two children, Raven and Zyon.
Inside their small, practically empty, garage apartment, Elijah and Theresa Hubbard stand with their children and thank God for their blessings, even though blessings hav...