According to the department, many of their firefighters became first-time dads “during the trying times that we all faced during the pandemic.”
Josh Welch caught COVID-19 in July. After more than seven months in the hospital, he's finally back home with his family.
U.S. Postal Service employee Kayla Berridge noticed her customer’s mail was piling up. Officers later found the elderly woman trapped inside her home for at least three days.
Aaron Kern, who was assigned to Operation Allies Welcome at Camp Atterbury, broke down with emotion after reuniting with his daughter at an NBA game.
Armando Gamez spent 348 days in the hospital after being hospitalized due to COVID-19 complications in January.
84-year-old Ofelia Garcia worked with H-E-B for 56 years, 30 of them being at the old Oak Hill store, before retiring in August.
Sydney Raley didn’t think twice about jumping through a McDonald’s drive-through window to render first-aid to a choking customer.
From small acts of kindness to awe-inspiring events, there were a lot of feel-good moments in 2021.
President Joe Biden, who has been open about having a speech impediment his whole life, was seen giving words of encouragement to a young girl in Massachusetts who has a stutter, even inviting her to the White House.
A Houston-area mom, who is on a ventilator battling COVID-19, finally reunites with her toddler daughter after three months.
Ten preteens from around New York have won college scholarships for 5-to-11-year-olds who get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Six-year-old Naomi Pascal lost a teddy bear she had since leaving an Ethiopian orphanage. Thanks to a sharp-eyed, compassionate park ranger, she has been reunited with the irreplaceable stuffed animal a year later.
A restaurant group in Arkansas is allowing student employees to do homework for an hour while on the clock, an initiative that is raising grades and also recruiting more employees amid the country’s labor shortage.
Eric Robison, 23, lost his 22-year-old wife to COVID-19 and became a single father within the span of just two months. ICU nurse Ashlee Schwartz saw the young family’s tragic struggle and stepped in to help.
Noreen Wredberg of Granite Bay, Calif., found the 4.38-carat yellow diamond at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas.
A Georgia woman who spent three months in the ICU returns to thanks her critical care team for saving her life.
A high school in Sanger has opened a grocery store in its building to better serve families in its community. Payment is with points rather than cash or credit. Its design's purpose is to have families think of it as a grocery store rather than a food pantry.
VaxTogetherAustin is partnering with ACL, Austin FC, and Walgreens to provide free ACL single-day GA tickets to those who get vaccinated on August 27.
Krispy Kreme announced the “Show Your Heart” promotion Wednesday, which will allow customers who show a valid COVID-19 vaccine card can receive an original glazed doughnut, as well as a heart-shaped treat.
A Houston woman, who now lives in Minnesota, says our report of a mother's dying wish to have her children get the COVID-19 vaccine, encouraged her to take the advice of family members and get the shot.