After several failed adoptions, Bandit the jail dog has successfully found his forever home.
The woman had loved her Bible since she was a child but after a devastating car crash, she lost it. Thankfully some smart firefighters helped her out.
Bob Vollmer joined the Department of Natural Resources in 1962.
A man in military garb was caught on camera performing his patriotic duty at a Hope Mills, North Carolina, home after spotting a United States flag torn from its pole during storms and carefully folding it before placing it on the homeowner’s porch.
Three-year-old Makhi from Missouri said a prayer for his preschool classmates before they shared lunch together.
It was a surprise that made her wait, worth it.
“Jeopardy!” teen champion Avi Gupta used social media to help raise over $200,000 for cancer research in Alex Trebek's honor.
A California mother of two died giving another family the gift of life Wednesday morning.
The family of a late firefighter in Illinois is honoring his memory with a new photoshoot featuring his newborn baby girl.
More than 1,200 residents of south DeKalb County have had their medical debt paid for thanks to a generous donation from New Birth Missionary Baptist Church.
On the night of the last big game of the year, the Pensacola Catholic High School Crusaders took the field for the Subway High School All-Star game.
It’s been a roller coaster week for the South Oak Cliff High School basketball team following a shooting at their game last weekend.
An Ohio doctor surprises his young surgery patients with hand-drawn dressings that feature the children’s favorite characters.
A furry delivery for patients at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston Tuesday.
It's not every day you turn 111 years old, so let's celebrate this Georgia native.
This 9-month-old went from being fussy to enjoying himself while “doing dishes” all thanks to his quick thinking grandmother.
Flo Sheain has decided to help save the life of her best friend, Collin Veasley, by donating her kidney.
A man whose dog was stolen during a truck theft in South Carolina found his beloved pet’s body alongside a highway.
knitters and crafters all over the world have answered the call to action, making thousands of protective pouches and blankets for native wildlife displaced by the crisis.
FOX 9 has been following Elizabeth’s story since early 2015 when she knit scarves for the homeless left them in Faribault’s Central Park.