The pair got engaged on Aug. 6, much to the delight of the health care staff.
Julia Lee Kelley has five children, 30 grandchildren, 88 great-grandchildren, 49 great-great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-great-grandchild.
It was a history-making day for the Grapevine Fire Department as it welcomed its first father-daughter duo.
The King County Sheriff's Office is honoring five young men after coming to the rescue of one of its deputies.
A group of Dallas dispatchers banded together to help a senior citizen who called 911 for help because she didn’t have anything to eat.
Three inmates at the Gwinnett County Jail are being called heroes after they helped save the life of a deputy who suffered a cardiac incident.
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.
The note reads: “BLM But so does yours. Thank you for your service. Breakfast paid.”
A Massachusetts brother helped his sister with Leigh's disease slam dunk a basketball.
Before the pandemic, a bride-to-be did a “first look” with her kindergarten class and their reaction’s were priceless.
A little boy asked a FedEx driver to send his old, battered skateboard to Tony Hawk, so the skateboarding legend sent him his current board in return.
As Dr. Steve Hefler lay fighting COVID-19 in the ICU at Sarasota Memorial Hospital, his family in San Diego felt helpless because his cell phone died within 48 hours and he didn't have a charger.
Police down in Fort Myers, Florida showed their appreciation for healthcare workers this week -- by using their patrol cruisers.
A nursing home employee is showing how a small act of kindness can still make a world of difference.
A 99-year-old WWII veteran who survived three years as a prisoner of war recently left a U.K. hospital after recovering from COVID-19.
With her father sitting at the end of the driveway, his family rolled by the house with signs of love and gifts.
As restaurants and bars across the country remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, one bar owner in Georgia is going to extraordinary measures to donate money to her staff.
An army veteran serenaded his wife of 38 years with a harmonica as the two were separated due to COVID-19 concerns.
A litter of foster kittens went on a magical field trip to the Georgia Aquarium.