VIDEO: The Neill family recently received a diagnosis for their five-year-old daughter Avery that changed the course of their lives. Avery's twin sister Rebekah and their little brother James struggle to understand the 'boo boo' in Avery's head. Parents Emily and Andy try to make the right decisions and show 'Bravery for Avery'.
VIDEO: See photos from the life of evangelist Rev. Billy Graham and listen to excerpts from a sermon he preached about death at Duke University in 1973. Graham died Wednesday morning, Feb. 21, 2018 at his home in North Carolina.
Chad Olds, an animal service officer with Vance County plays his guitar to a very eager crowd at the Vance County Animal Shelter. The shelter says the adoption room had never been so quiet and at peace and they plan to continue this program.
VIDEO: Rabbi Lucy Dinner and Imam Mohamed AbuTaleb know there are outliers among their congregations who don't trust Muslims or Jews, but the two faith leaders say the only way to combat stereotypes is through personal relationships.
The Southwick Fire Department in Massachusetts shared a homeowner's security camera footage of a pancake-loving dog igniting a house fire while its owners were away. The video shows one of the family's dogs jumping up to reach a plate of leftover pancakes and hitting the ignition button on the gas stove. The fire department rescued the family's dogs and the home was spared serious damage thanks to a monitored alarm system that brought emergency responders to the house.
Washington-based reporter Hayle Byrd has shared a series of videos to Twitter, the latest on January 25, showing how Skippy enjoys riding along in her father Billy’s car, all the way down in Florida, while singing to orchestral versions of songs from the Irish rock legends. All while sitting inside Billy’s hoody.
Watch as a Pasco (Florida) Sheriff's deputy tries politeness to stop a horse on the run in his community. Deputies successfully corralled the horse into safety by directing it to take a left into a subdivision, away from the dangers of the rushing traffic.
William Winters now opens his barber shop, Mr. GroomRoom Barber Shop, on Sundays from 12-3pm for homeless to receive free haircuts, which he knows is important to “give you a little bit more confidence in yourself to actually go to apply for a job.” Winters left behind a life of drugs and alcohol, sleeping under a tree at the ABC Store right across the street from his shop, and hopes to provide strength and hope to those in need.