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In North Dakota, a farmer named Lane Unhjem [UN-yem] suffered a heart attack after one of his machines caught fire. This certainly was scary enough for the family — but the timing couldn’t have been worse as
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Along the shoreline of Panama City Beach in Florida, newly installed emergency kits are in place and could save lives — thanks to 13-year-old Kaial Hajik. After hearing about several drownings in the Gulf of Mexico over
In Woburn, Massachusetts, an Amazon delivery driver went above and beyond the call of duty when he saved a dog from drowning in a pool. John Cassabria was working on his delivery route when he saw the
In Fairfield, Ohio, five-year-old Cayden Cummings wanted to set up a lemonade stand to raise money for school supplies for kids at his school. Cayden went the extra step of using an inflatable dinosaur next to the
About 10 years ago, Jocelynn James was having a rough time with life. She was in and out of jail. She was on a local most wanted list. Between 2007 and 2012, she was handcuffed 16 times.
11-year-old Cartier Carey of Hampton, Virginia, spent his summer running a lemonade stand to raise money for diapers and other supplies for single moms. The lemonade stand was a huge success, as Cartier was able to donate
LeShenda Williams of Nashville, Tennessee, stumbled into some rough times — and found herself living out of her car, often sleeping in the parking lot of a Kroger grocery store. Well, that grocery store was hiring new
Workers at an animal shelter in Lawrenceville, Georgia, threw a special birthday party for a dog named Brownie — to celebrate his second birthday and also to help him get adopted. Brownie got to relax in a
When Tyler and Melanie Tapajna of Parma, Ohio, realized they wouldn’t be able to throw a big party to celebrate their wedding, they decided to cancel their reception — and put the money they’d spent on food
Over the past four months, Louie Correa of Midlothian, Virginia, has been helping kids celebrate their birthdays with a “Birthday Brigade,” which involves neighbors coming together, decorating their cars and driving past the birthday boy or girl
Peter Rork, of Jackson, Wyoming, is a part-time pilot, spending his time in retirement making a difference in the lives of shelter dogs — and the families who adopt those dogs. Peter co-founded a non-profit group called
Last month, Jimmy and Marilyn Curcuru of Gloucester, Massachusetts, received an anonymous note, suggesting that they paint their house, going so far as to call it an “eyesore.” Whoever wrote the note didn’t even have the courage
For more than a week, firefighters in Northern California have been working night and day, battling some serious wildfires. The job certainly isn’t easy, but a two-year-old golden retriever named Kerith is doing her best to make
Last weekend in Indiana, high school runners competed in a cross-country race — which resulted in a special show of sportsmanship. One of the runners, Levi LaGrange, was running up a hill when he rolled his ankle
Sandy — a rescue dog from Glendale, California — saved his 88-year-old owner, Gwendola Johnson, from a fall. Last month, Gwendola walked out of her front door and tripped. Unfortunately, she was unable to get up and
About four years ago, Paxton Burns had an idea to set up a food box on the front yard of his home, allowing people to donate and pick up non-perishable food to help others in his community.
Two sisters from Nebraska who haven’t seen each other in 53 years were – amazingly – reunited, due to coronavirus. Back in May, 73-year-old Doris Crippen ended up in the emergency room and battled back from coronavirus.
Billy and Nellie Jones of Savannah, Georgia, were born just four days apart back in 1920. They were married when they were both teenagers — and after nearly 80 years as a married couple, they just celebrated
Back in 1991, World War II veteran Bob Mettauer set a goal of riding 100,000 miles on his bicycle. Back then, he was 67 years old. He’s now 95 — and he did it. “Bicycle Bob” crossed