A 93-year-old COVID-19 survivor got to experience the joy of her favorite soccer team winning a game once more.
The Georgia mom placed ice cream in front of little Ceci, asked her to wait, and then left the room ... leaving the camera on.
Brodie, a lover of scary movies and clowns, in particular, was surprised on June 7, aka National Cancer Survivor Day, by a slew of ghoulish characters from Turlock’s Ranch of Horror — and the 4-year-old loved every second.
Before the pandemic, a bride-to-be did a “first look” with her kindergarten class and their reaction’s were priceless.
A grandma in Scotland celebrated being out of the house after months in quarantine by riding on her mobility scooter at a skate park.
A 13-year-old boy graduated from a city college in Southern California this week with his fourth associate’s degree, making him the youngest graduate in the school’s history.
Jennie Stejna fought the virus for about three weeks.
A 100-year-old great-great-grandmother in the United Kingdom isn't letting the novel coronavirus take her down, overcoming her battle with COVID-19 after a more than two-week hospital stay, her family says.
There are plenty of guides on fixing toilets and unclogging sinks, but thousands are turning instead to this dad.
U.S. births are on the decline and with the uncertainty of the virus could contribute to it further.
“Foster children need people that are willing to raise their hands and say, 'I can be forever,’” she said.
Tom Moore, who is lauded for raising millions for the NHS in the U.K., will be knighted for his selfless service.
Jules Patrice Means, aka "Ms. Jules," is a 67-year-old great grandmother, who graduated from Cal with a degree in sociology with all As and just one B.
A grandma's reaction to getting a surprise KFC delivery from her granddaughter is the wholesome content we all needed to see today.
Chelsea, who said she was bullied in school, turned to art when she lost her swim coach to gun violence a few years ago.
Speaking from what looks to be a makeshift cardboard news station, Freya Beggs delivered the advice in a video.
“You can’t be too safe, especially when dealing with the elderly,” Danny Wolverton said.
If the coronavirus stay-at-home orders have taught us anything, it’s the importance of family.
A kindhearted FedEx driver in Indiana left a little something special when he spontaneously dropped off cupcakes for a little girl’s sixth birthday, after bringing a package to the family’s home and realizing that the coronavirus crisis likely dampened the youngster’s celebrations.
A North Texas family is feeling extra grateful this Mother’s Day after their mom received a life-saving liver transplant Saturday night.