Monster the dog fell off her dad’s shrimp boat in Galveston Bay and had to swim five to six miles to shore.
Diana Crouch, a Kingwood mother of five, survived COVID-19, three strokes and a heart attack while pregnant and delivered a baby boy, who is now named after a doctor who had faith she would make it during her four-month hospitalization.
A Florida man needed a double-lung transplant to beat COVID-19. David Wilkinson, 50, is now breathing air through two new lungs thanks to an organ donor.
Josh Welch caught COVID-19 in July. After more than seven months in the hospital, he's finally back home with his family.
Arizona State University Preparatory Academy students are working on a project to keep kids in the classroom and COVID-19 out by patching together a prototype air filtration system.
U.S. Postal Service employee Kayla Berridge noticed her customer’s mail was piling up. Officers later found the elderly woman trapped inside her home for at least three days.
A drone delivering medical supplies and other essentials to Navajo Nation residents launched for the first time ever, the administration said. The “Healing Eagle Feather” drone can carry up to 14 pounds.
Aaron Kern, who was assigned to Operation Allies Welcome at Camp Atterbury, broke down with emotion after reuniting with his daughter at an NBA game.
Sydney Raley didn’t think twice about jumping through a McDonald’s drive-through window to render first-aid to a choking customer.
Police say an argument over a seat at the movie theater inside Phipps Plaza led to bullets flying and one man rushed to the hospital.
From small acts of kindness to awe-inspiring events, there were a lot of feel-good moments in 2021.
Thousands of students walked across the stage in Tempe to finally receive the degrees they've worked hard for during their time at Arizona State University. Making it even more special, it was the first in-person ASU ceremony with family and friends since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
President Joe Biden, who has been open about having a speech impediment his whole life, was seen giving words of encouragement to a young girl in Massachusetts who has a stutter, even inviting her to the White House.
Doctors said Brian Argo, who was battling COVID-19, had a five percent chance to survive. On Nov. 21, three months after the start of his battle, he was reunited with his family and friends.
Six-year-old Naomi Pascal lost a teddy bear she had since leaving an Ethiopian orphanage. Thanks to a sharp-eyed, compassionate park ranger, she has been reunited with the irreplaceable stuffed animal a year later.
Suman Singh touched down at San Francisco International Airport, weary from travel but weeping with joy that she could finally meet her newest relative: Her grandson.
A restaurant group in Arkansas is allowing student employees to do homework for an hour while on the clock, an initiative that is raising grades and also recruiting more employees amid the country’s labor shortage.
The pandemic led to massive job losses across the country and a man who was laid off decided to start a nonprofit to help others and their unruly yards who are disabled or come from underprivileged communities.
FOX 26 Reporter Damali Keith spoke with the family about the incredible generosity shown by one anonymous donor.
Las Vegas officers escorted a fourth grader to his first day of school just months after his dad, a fellow officer, died of COVID-19.