15-year-old Grace Pilo from Seattle was diagnosed with type one diabetes when she was 10. Monday, she got a surprise that could literally save her life.
The wedding footage, which was thought to have been deleted, was discovered 14 years after the couple got married.
An airplane-loving 6-year-old was delighted by the Southwest Airlines birthday party his mom put together.
After 24 years of searching for their kidnapped son, a Chinese family was reunited with their abducted son.
She thought she was stopping at a gas station for a potty break, turns out she gave birth instead.
A Florida family struggling in the aftermath of the Surfside condo collapse has been given a glimmer of hope in the midst of tragedy: their beloved cat, missing since the night of the disaster, has been found alive.
Nearly eight decades later, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter are still together in the same tiny town where they were born, grew up and had that first outing.
Anna Harp, Abrielle Clausing tell Fox News they got tattoos of their father’s last words to remember his positive outlook on life
Eliot Middleton is an auto mechanic who started a foundation where he receives used cars, repairs them and gives them to families without transportation.
Dante Herrera has Batten disease, a deadly disorder that attacks the brain and nervous system. But that didn’t stop him from graduating high school.
Verda Tetteh received a $40,000 scholarship from her high school to attend Harvard University. She donated it back 10 minutes later during her graduation, hoping it would help other students in need.
Tuesday was the final day Janni was making the rounds, set to retire at the end of the shift. But before his familiar white truck came motoring down West 4th Street, several neighbors showed their appreciation and good wishes by attaching a brightly-colored mylar balloon to their mail boxes.
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.
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.
A hippopotamus demonstrated the power of its jaws by smashing open a watermelon at the San Antonio Zoo.
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.
On Memorial Day, the Seattle Mariners recognized families across the region who lost loved ones while defending the nation. To open the winning game against the Oakland Athletics, the team gave a special tribute to the Gold Star Family of Danielle Marie Crone.
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.