For one elderly couple, COVID-19 restrictions meant spending the last seven months apart. But now they're together again, and their emotional reunion will bring you to tears.
Since we can’t gather in Zilker Park, Austin City Limits Radio's Blues On The Green has been moved to the legendary Stubb’s Bar-B-Q on Red River.
One Maryland boy, who is known for his goofy antics, decided to give his mom a laugh by dancing along with an inflatable Jack Skellington Halloween decoration — and the likeness is uncanny.
While therapy animals are not a new concept, hugging cows in the name of wellness is gaining popularity not just in its origin country, but in the U.S. as well.
The masks are expected to be shipped in weekly installments of about 70,000 each for public distribution at COVID-19 testing sites and other venues.
A Texas couple have been testing out several ways to create a socially-distanced and safe Halloween candy delivery system during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A former Idaho potato farmer who found fame on TikTok was gifted a brand new truck from the makers of his favorite drink: Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice.
Houston Astros fans whose plans to get married were ruined by the COVID-19 pandemic now have an opportunity to elope at Minute Maid Park.
Software engineer Luke Keyes, who lives in Austin, is embracing socially distanced trick-or-treating by testing a variety of methods to deliver candy with minimal contact as a coronavirus safety precaution.
He also recorded a social media message thanking essential workers and teachers for the work they’ve done as the world combats COVID-19.
Pooja Charaniya was just 23 weeks pregnant when she tested positive for COVID-19. After battling the virus in the ICU, she is now a proud mother.
A North Carolina family got creative when it came time for their newest member to be born by tailgating in the hospital parking lot, equipped with plenty of encouraging signs for mom and dad.
There were moments where her care team did not know if she was going to make it through the night. So, when the time came for Augustina to finally be discharged to a local rehabilitation facility as a step toward going home, the entire hospital staff wanted to give her the hero's send-off she deserved.
The pandemic is forcing a lot of people to get creative. And that's exactly what one North Texas woman who lost her job did. Now Brinley Ash in high demand for her sidewalk art.
An assisted living home in Alpharetta, Georgia recently introduced "hugging stations" at their facility to help residents who may be separated from loved ones due to the pandemic.
Grace Burns, who goes by Onnie, wasn’t able to see anyone other than immediate family since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. So, her family and closest friends decided to surprise her with a drive-by “good luck parade” on Saturday.
A handful of other vaccines in the U.S. — including shots made by Moderna Inc. and Pfizer Inc. — and others in other countries are already in final-stage testing.
A Kentucky hospice nurse flew her patient to his son’s season opener football game, helping him fulfill a bucket-list wish.
An elderly dog whose home was burned down in the California wildfires was set to be euthanized before being rescued by a pet sanctuary.
A very happy birthday to the oldest living Marine, Sgt. Dot Cole, who turned 107.