It’s been a long, short week, and it’s high time we got some good news out of the chaos that is the regular news cycle.
Hard work pays off, and one Alabama teenager who served as inspiration goals for the rest of the country after being photographed walking to the bus just to get to his own graduation got the best graduation gift ever after being given a brand-new car.
Richard “Tre” Jenkins was always a bookworm. It was a trait that used to get him teased, with bullies calling him “Harvard.”
Our elders keep on showing up and showing out, and one 89-year-old mother of 12 did just that over the weekend after becoming the oldest graduate to cross the stage at Liberty University’s commencement in Lynchburg, Va.
Jayera Griffin knows a thing or two about community service. It is, after all, while she was tutoring younger kids at her school when she realized that something just wasn’t quite right.
Let’s keep the good feelings from Christmas going, shall we? We need to carry ourselves into the new year with as many positive vibes as possible, and this will surely add to them.
Confession: I’m grasping onto every single feel-good Christmas story with everything I have while I can. It’s not over until the new year rings in.
Yolanda Crawford is a fixture at her local Muskogee, Okla., Walmart, and when she is there, it is hard to miss her or her greetings as she carries out her job, welcoming everyone as family.
A high school basketball player showed up and showed out for the season of giving, proving that it doesn’t take a lot to show love and appreciation to those around you.
One Oklahoma City boy’s secret mission to surprise his mom for Christmas snowballed into a larger surprise for his whole family after their local police officers banded together to ensure that the family had an amazing Christmas.
TyLon Pittman, who happens to be a 5-year-old hero, loves Christmas. In fact, he loves Christmas so much that he helped the cops capture the nefarious Grinch in order to save Christmas for us all (and Lord knows we need a little extra help this year).
Four-year-old Caleb Green is a master reader, and he did not come to play with y’all this weekend. He was a busy boy with big plans to complete his 100-book reading list Saturday.
Let’s start this Friday off right with some onion-chopping ninjas, shall we? We could all use a little bit of good news, and the story of a Texas student who was adopted by his high school teacher is definitely good, as well as heartwarming.
Winter is approaching and, with it, all the difficult weather conditions that often apply. Because of that, one kindhearted Philadelphia man thought that he would have to temporarily give up his mission of giving free haircuts to the homeless—that is, until one equally kindhearted stranger stepped in and gave him a…
Ten-year-old Olivia Ohlson doesn’t just have a heart of gold; she also has the grit and determination to get things done. That’s probably why, when Olivia’s mom was diagnosed with breast cancer, the little girl jumped into action to help in any way she could.
One South Side Chicago great-grandmother, who is a die-hard Denzel Washington fan, got the surprise of her life over the weekend when the actor pulled up in a car outside her own house—as if that sort of thing happens every day.
What’s this strange phenomenon? Could it be ... good news? Be still my cold, battered heart.
One Houston man is all about the family (and close friends), to the point where he took it upon himself to build a sprawling 20,000-square-foot estate for himself, his three sisters and their families.
Adoption has always been in the minds of one Marianna, Fla., couple. But Dashoan and Sofia Olds did something truly amazing when they adopted seven children, all siblings who had been previously separated among several foster families, to become one big family of nine.
A little compassion goes a long way, and when Raymond Bell, the founder and administrator of the HOPE Project, saw that two young teens were handcuffed on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., for selling water without a permit, he saw two hardworking young people that he wanted to help.