When other near by farmers in North Dakota heard what happened, they immediately halted their own harvesting to go help.
People started scouring their pantries and offering up the SpaghettiOs from their kitchen shelves. Friends and even strangers brought over hundreds of cans of it.
Public Public Address founders hope the outlet offers an opportunity to protest for a group that’s been accustomed to sitting out.
People try to tip him for his work. “That would take away the fun of doing it for free,” said Brian Schwartz.
"It's such a weird, wholesome story," said Jacqueline Sergent, one of the people who helped drive the fish chair 330 miles for a stranger with a tattoo.
“I couldn’t imagine that I’d work one day at the same store where I was sleeping outside,” LaShenda Williams said.
When Blanca Rodriguez was finally able to see her baby in the NICU, Jade clutched her mother’s finger through a port on the incubator.
When Brittany Keech looked closely, she saw a one-cent stamp and a postmark of Oct. 29, 1920.
Younger generations are more acutely feeling angst from the pandemic.
“He knows that the dog has the same condition as he does," said the boy's mother, Ashley Boyers. "He understands.”
Between 1968 and 2008, the Ballards became known as “Mama JoeAnn” and “Daddy Monroe” to 75 orphans, abuse victims, runaways and young adults in need of support.
Aaron Wiley ended up with more than he bargained for in May, when he went to his favorite jeweler in Dallas to get his wife’s old diamond necklace upgraded.
People in the farming community donated their government stimulus checks and dipped into their bank accounts to raise $93,592 — enough to help every business affected by the shutdown.
Peter Rork rescues dogs and cats that would otherwise be killed in overcrowded shelters.
When I wear a mask, I enjoy the freedom from wondering what other people are thinking about the lower half of my face.
"Please paint me," said the anonymous note they got in the mail. "Eyesore."
You’re giving anxiety exactly what it wants by keeping it a secret, my therapist told me.
“It’s like the ultimate comeback,” said Russell Ledet, who is a third-year medical student at Tulane University School of Medicine.
“When I finally got the diploma, I kissed it,” said Holocaust survivor Miriam Schreiber about her honorary degree.
“It seemed like a great way to spend our wedding day,” said the groom.