He didn't go at it alone!
It's a sweet surprisethat has an even more important role for Meals on Wheels Spokane.
It's a donation large enough to demand a loading dock.
A Maryland real estate firm surprised its employees by announcing it will pay a $10 million bonus to all 198 of them.
For the past three days, 10-year-old Daniel Crase has been standing outside of a Quick Way gas station selling his toys to help pay for his uncle's funeral.
The group's latest donation came from KXLY 4 News.
A Colorado teacher is adopting a sick 7th grader in need of a stable home so he can stay on a kidney transplant list.
Imagine your child having a disorder that impacts his motor skills, such as walking. And imagine not knowing if your insurance would cover a basic item he needs to help him walk.
Wait until you see what the kids did to honor our nation's heroes.
A man who was born deaf adopted a deaf puppy and taught him sign language.
When you find a drum set assembled on the street -- or anywhere, really -- don't pass up the opportunity to live out your rock star fantasies. Oklahoma City Police Officer Nate Ross definitely didn't.
Anyone who has tried to eat at Chick-fil-A on a Sunday knows that's the one day of the week the fast food chain famously closes its doors to allow employees to both rest and worship.
It's not just the rich and powerful who are donating money to the reconstruction of Notre Dame after fire ravaged the Paris cathedral earlier this month.
Antoinette Love has a difficult decision ahead of her.
The lead-up to the NFL Draft is incredibly exciting for hundreds of players hoping for life-changing news and millions of fans praying that their team will snag the next Tom Brady or Julio Jones, but it's hard to imagine anyone looking forward to it more than 13-year-old Mo Gaba.
Jamario Howard was sitting with his friends Jamychol and Tae at a barbecue joint in Oxford, Alabama, waiting for food, when he noticed an elderly woman sitting alone.
The friends first met a year ago when 4-year-old Cooper Baltzell was driving a toy car down the hospital corridor, handing out candy to the staff.
A Kentucky third grader has started a project to ensure children have birthday parties when their families can't afford it.
These teachers care for their students inside and outside of the classroom.
Beginning a new road usually requires massive equipment such as bulldozers and excavators, but for 45-year-old Nicholas Muchami, all it takes is a spade, a hoe and an axe.
He is a 62-year-old superior court judge. They are former addicts and felons. Some of them have completed prison sentences; others have lived under bridges.
A North Carolina man and his wife are about to embark on a trip of a lifetime thanks to winning big on a scratch-off lottery ticket.
Custodian Haze Mabry has been working at a Georgia elementary school for 13 years -- longer than the children he cleans up after have been alive.
A civic-minded 12-year-old boy took it upon himself to fill the many potholes plaguing his street.