A North Carolina nurse who works in the COVID unit won a $1 million prize in the state’s lottery.
A South Carolina man who spent 63 days in the hospital after contracting COVID-19 credits his wife’s voice for pulling him out of a potentially fatal coma.
A North Carolina couple married for more than six decades held hands in their final moments before passing away from COVID-19.
Video from the homeowner’s Ring camera captured the meaningful gesture on Dec. 12 at a home in Michigan.
A hospital in Pennsylvania wrapped its most precious Christmas gifts: adorable newborns.
Pat Ormond and granddaughter Melody Ormond both graduated in November from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
For the first time in 30 years, the Tacoma Police Department will change how it does its shop with a cop program due to COVID-19, however the goal of the event is still the same.
A retired pilot went out in style after the aviation photographer he mentored stunningly captured his final take-off.
Jen Cantell Weiss shared footage on Nov. 15 showing the man, who worked as a delivery driver, struggling to walk up the steps of her home in Ogden as he dropped off her groceries.
An 83-year-old man is able to be a ray of light to those around him, despite the adversity he is facing.
A FedEx driver gifted an Ohio family she saw on her route often with a new basketball and basketball hoop in a random act of kindness.
A North Carolina family got creative when it came time for their newest member to be born by tailgating in the hospital parking lot, equipped with plenty of encouraging signs for mom and dad.
Grace Burns, who goes by Onnie, wasn’t able to see anyone other than immediate family since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. So, her family and closest friends decided to surprise her with a drive-by “good luck parade” on Saturday.
Greyson Winfield and his father Greg explained that they started Helping Footprint -- their mission to serve their community -- because it was the “right thing to do in times of need.”
Two best pals given a 2% chance of survival at birth defied the odds and graduated from high school together.
Shetara Sims, who recently lost her job, won $100 on a scratch-off ticket and opted to anonymously donate it to an officer shot in the line of duty.
This week we want to introduce you to two adorable bonded kittens named Molly and Naomi.
A 100-year-old Indiana woman who has lived through World War II, survived cancer and successfully battled her way back from a bout of pneumonia last year, learned earlier this month that she’s also a survivor of COVID-19.