A recent study could change what we already know about concussions. You can find out what researchers say at KGO San Francisco.
A family in Iowa found an owl hiding in their mailbox during freezing temperatures. See how the family gave it a new home at WTHR Indianapolis.
Two men save an elderly man who was stuck in a house during a fire. Check out the brave mens’ stories at KCTV Kansas City.
A firefighter caught a girl that had been dropped by her father in order to save her from a house fire. Everyone is alright, and you can get the scoop at WSB Atlanta.
After a recent car crash on the highway, a boy was able to have been calmed down by meeting Jacksonville Jaguars’ RB, Leonard Fournette. You can see how Leonard made the boy’s day at WFOX Jacksonville.
During a snow day, a teacher used Facebook Live to help her students. See why they chose to continue learning at WMC Memphis.
An Oklahoma truck driver recently hit 3 million recorded miles on the road. To see more about her story and others, go to KOKI Tulsa.
Virtual online programs are helping researchers learn more about autism. You can find more about these groundbreaking programs at WFXT Boston.
A young girl battling cancer gets relief from a music therapy program. Check out the next future rockstar at KGO San Francisco.
The Wildlife Waystation is hosting a contest to name their newest lion cubs. See how new names can bring in donations to help the sanctuary at abc7 Los Angeles.
10-year-old twins are training together for an upcoming half marathon to help support their mother. You can watch the twin’s journey here at KTRK Houston.
Researchers say cutting out gluten for those who can tolerate it isn’t such a good idea. See the rest of this story here at KABC Los Angeles.
A man spent the last year restoring his grandfather’s 1957 Chevy Bel Air for his birthday. WPVI Philadelphia covers this special birthday surprise and more.
A professional golfer’s charity recently donated $500k to a northeast Florida food program. Find out how much of an impact he made here at WJXT Jacksonville.
An 11-year-old boy is flown out to Chicago from Mississippi to receive special treatment. See how the children’s hospital is able to help him at WLS Chicago.
This snow-packed winter, a 16-year-old and his brother built something spectacular – a life sized Mickey Mouse snow sculpture. Check out the rest of this story at WFIE Evansville.
The woman’s basketball team at the Air Force Academy recently hosted a clinic for special Olympic athletes. See how the women’s team helped out at KOAA Colorado Springs.
A man from Lubbock is running across the country to raise awareness of suicide, addiction, and epilepsy after having personal experiences with each. You can find the rest of this story and more at KCBD Lubbock.
Ringo is bomb-sniffing dog that works at the Mississippi State Capitol. WLBT Jackson shows us a day in the life of Ringo.
A stranger gave a homeless man his pair of shoes on a train. You can find out more about this random act of kindness from WPVI Philadelphia.
A couple recently opened up a coffee shop in a popular city area with one goal in mind – a focus on family. The couple grew up and raised their own kids in the community, so opening the coffee shop is a way for them to give back and bring the community together. Check out the rest of this story at WOIO Cleveland.
Despite losing his leg to cancer, a Paralympian, continues to spread his positive energy and workouts with friends and family. He has even become a nurse and competed in three different Paralympics. The rest of this story can be found at KTRK Houston.
A Holocaust survivor shares her story with one middle school in Chicago. In her story, she shared how she immigrated to the United States. She left the students with words of encouragement to spread kindness. You can find the rest of this story and more at WLS Chicago.
Locals veterans donated camping gear, food, and money to help the homeless veterans of Savannah. With these donations, organizers are able to help provide for the homeless all year. See how they were able to do this from WTOC Savannah.
A marathon runner will be the first American to break this record TWICE! Take a look at her story and this incredible accomplishment on WFXT Boston.