Video of their reunion has gone viral.
A Nebraska woman has been reunited with a long-lost handbag that was stolen three years ago, after two fourth-graders found it while playing and pledged to find the rightful owner.
"I was a little panicky but at the end of the day... I did what anybody else would have done, which was to try to stop the bleeding," said mailman Fernando Garcia. "I was just fortunate to be there, to help him out."
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 woman who tied the knot for the second time after her husband with dementia forgot his first wedding has told how they even had the "honeymoon period" all over again.
One Maryland boy, who is known for his goofy antics, decided to give his mom a laugh by dancing along with an inflatable Jack Skellington Halloween decoration — and the likeness is uncanny.
A 38-year-old woman in Chicago's Armour Square neighborhood heard gunshots Saturday night, looked down, and realized a bullet had hit her knee. She's one of 2,700 people who have survived being shot in Chicago so far this year.
Ellie the golden retriever first found fame after she was filmed picking up her owner’s Chick-fil-A order in North Carolina this summer.
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.
The dog who's been at the Orange County Animal Shelter the longest now has a new home. Rocket has been adopted!
A chance meeting at a Georgia Waffle House changed the life of a pregnant waitress forever.
A Disney employee is working her magic to help feed furloughed colleagues.
After more than a month in the hospital battling coronavirus, Chicago’s “Tamale Guy,” Claudio Velez has been released and cleared to go home.
A North Carolina family got creative when it came time for their newest member to be born by tailgating in the hospital parking lot, equipped with plenty of encouraging signs for mom and dad.
A year after being shot in the head, a Chicago woman and her family gathered to celebrate her 37th birthday.
Rita Burns, a 58-year-old Walgreens cashier in Houston, Texas, helped one of her customers pay for some light bulbs using the last $20 she had in her bank account. Now that customer is paying it back.
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.
A man was shot on Sunday night in Lawndale, one of dozens of people shot in Chicago so far this weekend.
An elderly dog whose home was burned down in the California wildfires was set to be euthanized before being rescued by a pet sanctuary.