A Hapeville police office is being called a hero for saving a 1-year-old's life. Officer Travis Hammock responded to a call about a baby choking last week.
Most of the animals previously traveled with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus until they were retired in 2016.
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.
A Kentucky hospice nurse flew her patient to his son’s season opener football game, helping him fulfill a bucket-list wish.
Annie Jewell Moore is a Spelman alumnus and was one of the first African Americans to study at the Fashion Academy in New York and Paris' École Guerre Lavigna.
An elderly dog whose home was burned down in the California wildfires was set to be euthanized before being rescued by a pet sanctuary.
Oklahoma-based photographer Cashlie White recently photographed a sweet little newborn piglet named Dynamite.
After opening a free grocery store earlier this year, country music star Brad Paisley and his wife are expanding their efforts to fight hunger in America.
The octogenarian was separated from his group in a hail storm.
A man considered to be the nation's oldest living World War II veteran celebrated his 111th birthday this weekend.
Two to three nights a week in an empty parking lot outside of Moorestown High School you can find Sheldon and Norma in full PPE dancing like nobody’s watching.
A father in England recreated a famous scene from “Toy Story” to send his young son back to school, in a sweet photoshoot that has gone viral on social media.
Police in Texas drove a 6-year-old boy with autism to school.
The coronavirus may have thwarted this couple’s wedding plans, but Publix was able to save the bride’s dream cake.
A Clayton County mother forced to wait months to hold her baby because of the pandemic may finally be able to bring her son home.
Daniels and his daughter Dawn underwent transplant surgery at Piedmont Hospital in 2018. She received great news during her annual checkup last week.
The expansion is made possible by the National Park Foundation, the official charitable arm of the National Park Service, which is spreading a half a million dollars in grants across 23 projects honoring historic female figures.
An ailing World War II veteran is having his casket painted to resemble a pack of Juicy Fruit – the gum he’s happily handed out to people in his Virginia community for decades.
Jocelynn James, a recovered drug addict and former member of “Franklin’s Most Wanted,” saved the life of the police officer who put her in jail nearly a decade ago.
The caregiver said that the FedEx courier always sings when delivering a package, and that it never fails to make her day.