A Texas father has shared a heartwarming story and photo about the kindness of a stranger who offered to help him settle down his fussy eight-month-old son during a hectic flight.
Source: Texas father flying alone with his 8-month-old son helped by stranger to calm baby down | Daily Mail Online
They’re an unlikely pair: a 31-year-old Hollywood actor and his 89-year-old neighbor. But Norma Cook and Chris Salvatore are inseparable.
Source: Chris Salvatore invites ailing 89-year-old neighbor Norma to move in – TODAY.com
A Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office deputy is being awarded Friday night for his quick actions.
Source: Hillsborough deputy saves lifeless infant | WFLA.com
An embarrassing moment for Farrah Heim turned sweet thanks to Michele Yob, her bus driver at Blue Mountain Elementary in Friedensburg, Pennsylvania.
Source: School bus driver bakes cupcakes for student who dropped them
Fiona, the baby hippo born at Cincinnati Zoo, is now teething.
Source: Fiona the baby hippo is teething
It’s the season of giving and this holiday will be one that one Texas high school student won’t soon forget.
Source: Classmates buy student with special needs new shoes, because his were too small | WFLA.com
For 8 years Maggie Duron and Carol Phillips have worked together helping others with their health needs. Now, health issues have taken a more personal turn.
Source: Co-worker’s best-ever Christmas gift: A kidney
A baby gets new glasses and can see her parents clearly for the first time, and it’s the sweetest thing you’ll see all day.
Source: Video of baby seeing clearly for the first time goes viral | KSL.com
A Lowe’s in Texas is warming hearts across the nation with its decision to hire its latest two employees: a disabled veteran and his service dog.
Source: Texas Lowe’s hires disabled veteran and his service dog | Fox News
Johnson County sheriff’s officer and deputies reunited Saturday with 13-year-old Govi Eastwood, who they’d rescued six years ago from his attic prison. Now he’s an honorary deputy with a badge.
Source: Boy imprisoned in an attic reunites with the Johnson County law officers who rescued him | The Kansas City Star