For one elderly couple, COVID-19 restrictions meant spending the last seven months apart. But now they're together again, and their emotional reunion will bring you to tears.
A father in Texas is using his bad dance moves to give his son a good laugh.
A former Idaho potato farmer who found fame on TikTok was gifted a brand new truck from the makers of his favorite drink: Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice.
There were moments where her care team did not know if she was going to make it through the night. So, when the time came for Augustina to finally be discharged to a local rehabilitation facility as a step toward going home, the entire hospital staff wanted to give her the hero's send-off she deserved.
A Kentucky hospice nurse flew her patient to his son’s season opener football game, helping him fulfill a bucket-list wish.
An elderly dog whose home was burned down in the California wildfires was set to be euthanized before being rescued by a pet sanctuary.
A very happy birthday to the oldest living Marine, Sgt. Dot Cole, who turned 107.
A 95-year old World War II veteran beat COVID-19 and left a Dallas hospital Thursday after a two-week battle with the virus.
A 100-year-old Marine veteran has survived a bout with COVID-19
Jared Ream attributes his successful weight loss to focusing on a tangible goal.
The experimental vaccine, developed by Fauci’s colleagues at the National Institutes of Health and Moderna Inc., will start its most important step around July 27: A 30,000-person study to prove if the shots really are strong enough to protect against the coronavirus.
After more than 100 days battling COVID-19, a Dallas ISD police sergeant returned home.
Seniors from a Key West high school had a very Florida commencement, staging a socially distanced “Jet Ski graduation” on May 26.
You’re never too young to plan, and then throw, a prom.
Jennie Stejna fought the virus for about three weeks.
The senior class of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts graduated Wednesday in a virtual ceremony.
A nursing student spent her last semester at university not olny trying to get through her finals, but battling COVID-19 as well.
An unlikely friendship has blossomed during this isolation between a North Texas woman and a goose.
“Foster children need people that are willing to raise their hands and say, 'I can be forever,’” she said.
After nearly two months at Methodist Charlton Medical Center in Dallas and more than a month of a ventilator, a 62-year-old grandmother from DeSoto was released and moved to a rehabilitation center.