After nearly four months in a hospital battling COVID-19, a Georgia police chief is finally back home with his family.
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.
Doctor Omar Atiq gave his indebted cancer patients a huge gift for the holidays.
A Georgia patient who spent more than three months in hospital after suffering from COVID-19 complications finally went home on New Year’s Eve.
Monster Pho made 24,000 meals for people in need
A Massachusetts police officer declined to charge two women accused of trying to steal groceries for the children — and instead bought them Christmas dinner.
A video of a dancing Amazon driver in Rhode Island captured the attention of social media users, and the homeowner whose security camera filmed the man busting a move on his delivery route.
Due to COVID-19, the annual event became a drive-thru food and toy giveaway. It was held on Christmas Eve.
NBA great Shaquille O'Neal played the role of jolly Saint Nick to surprise some children in Henry County.
A supermarket chain is doing its part to help out restaurants amid the growing COVID-19 pandemic.
Capone the 10-year-old Labrador retriever mix had difficulty finding a forever home and spent over 1,000 days in a Pittsburgh animal shelter before finally being adopted by a loving family.
Small businesses took the hardest hits when the pandemic struck. We’ve seen the signs on doors from neighborhood shops that tell us that businesses are closed. According to a recent economic impact report, 60 percent of businesses that shut down during the pandemic won’t re-open.
A 93-year-old retired Air Force colonel, known as "Mr. Fix It" to his grandchildren, is using his handyman talents to give back to the community.
A dad in Canada went above and beyond to help his son feel more confident.
The American Red Cross and FOX TV Stations are joining forces to raise money on behalf of those who have fallen on hard times this year with the Annual Disaster Giving Program (ADGP) and Disaster Responder Program.
From small acts of kindness to awe-inspiring events, some good things happened in 2020.
A World War II veteran who beat COVID-19 got a heartwarming sendoff and just in time to celebrate his 104th birthday.
A 102-year-old New York woman who survived the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918 and beat cancer has now overcome COVID-19 not once, but twice.
Some important information about a food giveaway next week to help Atlanta’s struggling entertainment industry the pandemic has shut down for months. The organizers from the Zac Brown Band are encouraging people to sign up in advance.
Two of the oldest non-profits in metro Atlanta have teamed up to help bring holiday cheer to tens of thousands of families.