Toni became paralyzed at the age of 33 when her ex-boyfriend shot her five times, but she has not given up hope.
East Lubbock resident Hermenia Martinez shares her story of finishing school and growing up as a young mother.
Don't tell George Lucio that he's not blessed. Following in his father's (Pete Lucio, Sr.) footsteps, George pursued his dream of opening his own business. As early as the 7th grade, George began working in his father's business (Carpet Unlimited). Always having a love for numbers and working with his hands, George's dream became reality when he opened the doors of his flooring business, Floors 2 Ur Doors. Located on 19th and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, George has defied naysayers and established a flourishing and reputable business.
Twelve-year-old Elizabeth Garcia is only in the seventh grade, but she's already making a big impact in her community.
Football star Larry Isaac discusses giving back to his community.
Inek Johnson is passionate about music, volleyball, and her future.
Jacob Way is more than a teacher, he is a mentor and role-model for the students of Estacado High School.
LaCarl Richardson has known good times and bad. In this story, he seeks the forgiveness of his family and offers hope for the future.
The East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood is an US Department of Education funded initiative committed to working with the residents of East Lubbock, Texas to support and advocate for our children – ensuring that both children and parents have access to the resources they need to grow, learn and succeed.