Rapper Post Malone is donating 10,000 pairs of his sold-out Duet Max Clog II Crocs to medical workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
After nearly four months in a hospital battling COVID-19, a Georgia police chief is finally back home with his family.
A North Carolina nurse who works in the COVID unit won a $1 million prize in the state’s lottery.
A South Carolina man who spent 63 days in the hospital after contracting COVID-19 credits his wife’s voice for pulling him out of a potentially fatal coma.
Nurses are working to help take fellow healthcare workers' minds off work by setting up a fund to raise money to buy them items like care baskets, table games.
Doctor Omar Atiq gave his indebted cancer patients a huge gift for the holidays.
Tituss Burgess, Wayne Brady, Ashley Park and Adam Lambert star in the Pixar-inspired musical
They're hoping to refill the pantries and refrigerators in the Valley that require much needed stocking during the pandemic.
A Georgia patient who spent more than three months in hospital after suffering from COVID-19 complications finally went home on New Year’s Eve.
Monster Pho made 24,000 meals for people in need
A Massachusetts police officer declined to charge two women accused of trying to steal groceries for the children — and instead bought them Christmas dinner.
For many, COVID-19 is nothing to be thankful for, but for one Arizona woman, she is thanking this horrible virus for helping to save her life.
A retired firefighter from the Phoenix Fire Department is resting at home after a long battle in the hospital with COVID-19.
Shay Rose, a 21-year-old UCLA student, proved there’s a dress for every occasion after designing a 12-foot gown to help her stay socially distant.
"The world was lifted off my shoulders," Kevin Redden, who owns an Arizona cleaners, says after getting financial support from "The Barstool Fund" on Christmas.
A video of a dancing Amazon driver in Rhode Island captured the attention of social media users, and the homeowner whose security camera filmed the man busting a move on his delivery route.
Christmas came a little early for four people who are on the frontlines of COVID care in the form of a new car.
Hospitals asked adults, organizations and schoolchildren to either make or buy holiday cards and send them to the institutions for distribution to patients. The goal is for everyone in the hospital to get a card and at least a tiny bit of holiday cheer.
Marcus Foreman gave a flex as he exited Methodist Richardson Medical Center. His family says many of the doctors thought he would not make it.
'Operation Everyone' surprised healthcare workers at Valleywise Health with ice cream floats on Dec. 22. They've been on thee frontlines battling the COVID-19 pandemic