Viola Brown of Berryville, Virginia, celebrated her 110 birthday on October 4 and told her guests that “the Lord’s been really good to me.”
A blind cat, its ill mother, and a seeing-eye kitten in Iowa were looking for a home when one family made an 800-mile trip to adopt them.
An Amazon driver from Texas was honored by the Plano Police Department with the Citizen Hero Award for his heroic actions during a car crash.
A three-year-old who went missing in Texas Wednesday was found alive on Saturday five miles from his home, according to the Grimes County Sheriff’s Office.
Fast-acting NYPD officers from the 75th precinct rushed a one-year-old baby who was not breathing to a Brooklyn hospital, where medical personnel saved the child’s life.
A man in Macomb County, Michigan, was having a bad day until local police officers pulled him over.
Lt. Brian Zach met a very special person when he performed a welfare check four years ago in Kingman, Arizona.
Heartwarming bodycam footage captured the moment a deputy found three Texas children in the Sam Houston National Forest on the morning of October 1 after they spent the night lost in the woods.
A 19-year-old cat named Gus was brought into a North Carolina shelter recently, and the Humane Society of Catawba County’s executive director said his owner was “heartbroken.”
A veteran ran 100 miles to honor the 100 veteran suicides on average each year in Minnesota and raised $20,000 for non-profit.
A heart-racing video shows a Virginia police officer pulling a colleague to safety a split second before a car crashed into the police cruiser they were standing behind.
A Minnesota food bank received an $18,000 donation from an anonymous donor, enabling the bank to serve 300 Thanksgiving dinners.
Country music star Dolly Parton and her businesses have raised $700,000 to help victims of the recent flooding in central Tennessee.
An Indiana family is holding a two-day fundraiser, which begins on October 7, to benefit families with children who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.
Philanthropic couple Mark and Erica Gerson have donated $18 million to Christian medical missions that work to improve health care in Africa.
A 71-year-old Vietnam veteran of Dublin, Georgia, is now in possession of a Purple Heart that was stolen from his Florida home almost 40 years ago.
A shift manager at a Michigan McDonald’s saved a man suffering from diabetic shock after his wife frantically asked for help over the drive-thru speaker.
A heartwarming image of a firefighter reading to a little girl after a car crash in Billings, Montana, was captured on the evening of Wednesday, September 29.
Video showed the moment two men saved a 97-year-old woman as a fire raged inside her home on Friday in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Laila Lininger, 10, has a passion for dance, so her father, Jakob Lininger, recently signed her up to take ballet at the Grace School of Dance in Jackson, Michigan.
A man from Coatesville, Pennsylvania, employed as a UPS driver is getting a lot of attention for helping save a family from floodwaters.
Four Illinois teens are being praised as hometown heroes after witnessing a multi-car accident on their way to homecoming and rescued children from the wreckage.
When she heard about the suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, during which 13 United States servicemembers were killed, artist Kristy Dubinsky decided to do something very special for an art show in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Nine-year-old Natalea Decker of Arkansas has created a program called Adopt-A-Hero which connects first responders with children who send them letters, thank you cards, office supplies, and snacks.
A Florida boy known for raising awareness of those fallen in the line of duty, is set to run a mile with an American flag Thursday to honor fallen Nassau County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Joshua Moyers.
Sam and Maria Quine had always planned on having one adopted child and one biological but their plans later changed in a big way, Arizona’s West Valley View reported Wednesday.
The Miami-Dade Police Department has adopted a service dog named Dottie, who helped the survivors and family members affected by the Surfside condominium collapse on June 24.