Mike Wimmer of Salisbury, North Carolina, is just like any other kid — except that he graduated from high school and acquired his associate’s degree all in one year, and he’s just 12 years old.
A 19-year-old who thought she had aged out of the adoption system finally has a family to call her own, thanks to her caseworker, who is taking on the role of mom.
Big ups to this bowler in the sky. Following the death of his father, John Hinkle Sr., son John Jr., a two-time NCAA bowling champion, laced up to play one of the luckiest games of his life on April 12. Then an amazing thing happened.
Six-year-old Nathan Herber received a hero’s welcome this week after 900 days dealing with cancer treatments.
For some of us, hitting the gym is all we need to do to get in better shape, but for young people living with autism, it isn’t that simple.
A bit of good news emerges from Payless closing all of its remaining stores as one local family is using it to pay it forward.
Jesus took the wheel. Uber driver Jesus Florentino says he really had no choice. He couldn’t say no to two sisters trying desperately to get to their aunt’s 100th birthday party – 200 miles away in Edgerton, Minnesota.
Deputies in southwest Florida volunteered to help spruce up a cancer patient’s backyard in order to give her a peaceful place to enjoy the outdoors. The Collier County Sheriff’s Office said Cpl. Dean Peck went to bring flowers to a family friend who is battling an aggressive form of cancer.
A law student who was lifted in his wheelchair above the crowds at a heavy metal concert in Spain has spoken of the ‘incredible’ rush of living through the moment that made what many are calling the photo of the year.
Jaden Smith found a philanthropic way to celebrate his 21st birthday: by bringing free vegan meals to the homeless in Los Angeles. According to USA Today, the entertainer, actor and entrepreneur continued the activism that has become a hallmark in his career by giving back to those in need. “I love what you are doing man.” Smith took to Instagram on Sunday to unveil the I Love You restaurant food truck, which he took to the Skid Row area of Los Angeles to dole out free food. Homelessness in Los Angeles is up 16% over last year across the city, according to a 2019 report from the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. “The @ILoveYouRestaurant Is A Movement That Is All About Giving People What They Deserve, Healthy, Vegan Food For Free,” Smith wrote in the caption of a video showing people lined up to receive the bags of food. “Today…