A Killeen ISD student is one of the 15 Student Heroes being honored for outstanding volunteer service across the state.
A police K9 in Maine quickly tracked down a missing little girl who had run off into the woods.
A Kentucky hospice nurse flew her patient to his son’s season opener football game, helping him fulfill a bucket-list wish.
A North Dakota farmer's neighbors stepped up to harvest his crops for him after he suffered a heart attack in his field.
A person in Taylor has claimed a $2 million Powerball prize for the drawing on May 13. That person has elected to remain anonymous.
An elderly dog whose home was burned down in the California wildfires was set to be euthanized before being rescued by a pet sanctuary.
Oklahoma-based photographer Cashlie White recently photographed a sweet little newborn piglet named Dynamite.
Police said the mother cat was “nowhere to be seen” and that the kittens were later handed over to animal control.
Senior defensive lineman Desmond Pulliam was born with Autism and his dream was to make his first-ever touchdown. At Thursday night’s scrimmage, Desmond achieved that goal.
“Make way!” wrote the police department. “Cedar Park PD has 16 new recruits learning how to march in our back parking lot. Isn’t that Quacktastic?”
A police officer in the Dallas suburb of Duncanville was honored for saving a child locked inside a hot car.
The octogenarian was separated from his group in a hail storm.
A North Texas couple is celebrating their 75th wedding anniversary.
Maxwell is a Pasadena ISD alumnus who has been transporting students to and from school every day for five years.
Tens of thousands of dollars has been raised for a Detroit family after a stranger's chance encounter with a teen son outside a grocery store.
According to a release, at around 10 a.m. Friday morning, Nurse Tech Audrey Valdez helped deliver a baby boy in the parking lot of HCA Houston Healthcare Clear Lake.
Doc West has spent every day of the last 12 years with Beauregard by his side. West was working in Vidor when another dog attacked Beauregard.
A couple of Lake Travis high school friends teamed up to start a nonprofit, The Snkr Truck.
The hot dog company was inspired by the Wienermobile’s official driver, who posted a series of proposal pictures in front of the iconic vehicle.
Two to three nights a week in an empty parking lot outside of Moorestown High School you can find Sheldon and Norma in full PPE dancing like nobody’s watching.