Latonya Evans had no clue she would eventually earn a college degree and publish a book after her Uber passenger, Kevin Esch, decided to pay her initial school debt.
Friends Ruth Schwartz, Lorraine Perrillo and Edith Moscou all turn 100 years old around the same time.
New York City will honor all essential workers who saw the city through the coronavirus pandemic with a ticker-tape parade on July 7, announced Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Fourteen-year-old Nathan Adams lost his grandfather, Fred, to cancer. Nathan channeled his grief into action, cutting grass for veterans in Fred’s honor.
Police officers let Michael sit in the driver's seat of their squad car and even taught him how to flip the switch to trigger the siren.
A hippopotamus demonstrated the power of its jaws by smashing open a watermelon at the San Antonio Zoo.
A rookie officer in Pottsville, Arkansas used his training and dad instincts to save a baby who was choking.
Robert "Mr. Bob" Frew, 92, got a huge sendoff on the last day of his job as a school crossing guard.
“Hopefully our newest swan family is in the clear, but at least all of Boston is pulling for them!”
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A teacher stepped in to help after a student was almost banned from his high school graduation for violating the ceremony’s dress code policy.
A Florida woman donated her kidney to her husband's ex-wife.
A power outage threatened to derail a Texas high school commencement ceremony Friday evening, but attendees saved the day just by reaching into their pockets.
Twenty-year-old Brando Martinez is determined to become a career sports photographer despite losing his left arm and fingers as an infant in a house fire.
A high school senior thought she was going to just get her diploma at graduation, but instead, she got a surprise visit from her military father who was deployed overseas.
While most cemetery headstones can give you a small glimpse into the lives of the people buried there, they don't usually catch your eye like this one does.
A small surfing community in the Malibu area pitched in to help a beloved member falling on hard times.
A U.S. Marine surprised his sister by appearing on stage as she graduated from Endicott College in Massachusetts on May 22.
"He challenged me (at sentencing), and he said Mr. Martell, I dare you to be a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, instead of out here selling drugs," Martell said. He took that challenge head-on.
Soles4Souls partnered with The Shaquille O’Neal Foundation and Reebok to distribute 500 new pairs of shoes to students at Wesley Lakes Elementary School.