Tacoma Rescue Mission looks to help anyone in need

A thrift store in Tacoma had their grand opening last week, but this isn't just any business—this local spot is all about helping their employees and customers with fulfilling their needs, all while finding some great deals.

Driver on the Street: Kaleigha's Story

Nearly every school district in our region is asking for money in the upcoming special election. While many might be looking into the dollar amounts and costs, we wanted to see what that money buys. So, FOX 13 photojournalist Michael Driver introduces us to a very special student named Kaleigha.

'Sidewalk rescue' provides hope without judgment in Tacoma

Living on the streets can be dangerous and very lonely, but one man is on a mission to change that and is lending a helping hand to those in need. FOX 13 Photojournalist Michael Driver introduces us to Rodney Richardson, who is giving people a glimpse of hope.

Simple Goodness Sisters blend business with community

Simple Goodness Sisters are much more than craft mixologists creating simple syrups. FOX 13 Photojournalist Michael Driver introduces us to the Pierce County sisters Belinda Kelly and Venise Cunningham who are blending local business with community.

Horses with a healing mission

Horses with a healing mission—life can be hard at times; so hard, that people turn to some sort of therapy to help with the struggle. In this edition of Driver on the Street, photojournalist Michael Driver takes us to Olympia at Healing Hearts Ranch, where they're doing just that in their own unique way.

Driver on the Street: 'Hamhock' Jones and an 'attitude of gratitude' feed the soul of his community

LAKEWOOD, Wash. -- In trying times, it's good to take a step back and shine some light on positivity happening in our region.And food truck owner and operator "Hamhock" Jones' "attitude of gratitude" is doing just that."In order to receive, you have to give," says Jones, owner of the Soul Shack food truck.As photojournalist Michael Driver shows us, his generosity is feeling the soul of his community.

Coping with coronavirus: A letter to your feelings

TACOMA, Wash. -- The coronavirus pandemic has been an emotional rollercoaster for millions of people in our region and around the world.We wanted to know how you really feel.Q13 photojournalist Michael Driver shares a letter - from you - to your feeling:

Driver on the Street: The healing power of art

As Q13 Photojournalist Michael Driver explains, people are getting creative and using the extra time on their hands during the coronavirus pandemic to brighten other peoples' spirits.