Mattel has announced they will be expanding their #ThankYouHeroes toy collection to continue honoring those who are battling COVID-19 on the front lines.
The fight against coronavirus has recruited nurses who work across many different sections of hospitals -- such as one Chicago nurse reassigned from an adult inpatient psychiatry ward who weighed in on what it's like treating coronavirus patients.
He puts on his mask, gloves, and walks into the Vallarta Market in Encino with a fistful of dollars. Actually, a fistful of $10 bills -- more than 80 of them.
A 101-year-old New York woman who survived the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918 and beat cancer has now overcome COVID-19, according to a local report.
All net proceeds will be donated to #FirstRespondersFirst, an initiative created to help provide essential supplies, equipment and resources for health care workers and their families.
Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is stepping off the field and onto the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic just months after winning the Super Bowl.
The family of an emergency room doctor in upper Manhattan says she killed herself after becoming distraught over coronavirus.
A UPS driver in Massachusetts makes a little girl’s day each week by waving to her from the front porch while dropping off packages during lockdown.
The heartwarming story of a curly-haired 10-year-old girl who sewed coronavirus masks and donated them to nurses at a Texas hospital turned tragic last week when she was killed in an ATV accident.
With restaurants and schools closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a farm decided to give its potatoes away for free rather than dump them.
Another officer of the Chicago Police Department has died of COVID-19, the department announced Friday.
A Chicago firefighter who was the first in the department to die of COVID-19 was laid to rest Monday on the Northwest Side, and hundreds came to pay their respects from a safe distance.
The couple dropped off some of the masks Friday at the Austin Fire Department.
A FedEx worker in Boca Raton, Florida, went the extra mile for an autoimmune compromised girl on April 6, sanitizing a package before delivering it to her house.