7-Year-Old Boy Throws A Prom For His Nanny: 'One Of The Best People I've Known'A teenage girl in North Carolina who couldn't attend her high school prom because of the coronavirus outbreak still got a special bash thrown just for her -- by a seven-year-old boy that she babysits.
Teens Raise $11,000 For Supplies To Help Navajo Nation During Coronavirus PandemicA group of teenagers in Phoenix raised more than $11,000 in three weeks for supplies to aid the Navajo Nation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police Chief: Officers Who 'Don’t Have An Issue' With Floyd Arrest Should Turn In BadgesChattanooga Police Chief David Roddy is taking a strong stand on the death of an African-American man at the hands of law enforcement officers in Minneapolis.
'It Sounded Like A Bomb': Turtle Smashes Through Driver's Windshield On HighwayA woman in Georgia was "literally in shock" after a turtle went flying across the highway and through her windshield, nearly striking her brother in the face.
'Biggest I've Ever Seen': Massive Alligator Trapped At Mini-Golf Course Is EuthanizedAn alligator believed to be the largest ever captured on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, was euthanized after it was trapped Tuesday evening at a miniature golf course.
Wedding Videography Company Denies Man Refund After Fiancée Dies In Crash: 'Life's A B***h, Justin'A wedding photography company is denying a refund to a man who lost his fiancee in a car crash before their wedding.
Police: Hammer-Wielding Woman Arrested After Out-Of-Town Visitors Targeted In Alleged Racist RantA couple visiting Houston over the Memorial Day holiday say they were victims of a racially-motivated public tirade by a woman carrying a hammer.
Purple Jellyfish 'Bigger Than All Three Of Our Kids' Washes Up On BeachWhen word got around on Peaks Island, Maine, over the weekend that a big purple jelly fish had washed up at Centennial Beach, the Ivers family had to check it out.
Grocery Store Chain Fills Community Salad Bar With Booze, Cereal, Candy Because Of CoronavirusThe experts say some things will never be the same following the coronavirus pandemic. This may be an example of what they're talking about.
Storm Unearths Shipwreck Buried By Sand For 100 YearsA recent storm that unearthed a capsized boat in Utah’s Great Salt Lake had likely been buried in the sand for more than 100 years, officials said.
Two-Faced Kitten Named Biscuits And Gravy Dies Four Days After BirthBiscuits and Gravy, a two-faced kitten that captured national attention after being born in Oregon last week, has died.
'No Mask, No Service' Signs Pop Up As Businesses Begin To Slowly Reopen"No mask, No service" signs are popping up at all kinds of businesses as the country begins to slowly reopen after the coronavirus pandemic shutdown that began in March.
Survey: One In Three People Admit To Showering Less During Coronavirus QuarantineWe are brushing our teeth less often, taking fewer showers and doing less laundry during the cornonavirus quarantine, according to a recent study.
Couple Says Nanny Abused Their Toddler, Alleges Website Missed Red Flags: 'She Just Throws Him Into The Garage'A couple in Arizona says the nanny they hired through a "nanny finder" website abused their toddler on the first day she was left alone with their children.
'He Is At Peace': Siblings Thank Nurses Who Offered Condolences With Signs In Hospital Window After Father Died Of COVID-19When a father of five died from COVID-19, nurses posted heartfelt notes in a hospital window to notify his family waiting outside. Now, the family is displaying their gratitude to those healthcare workers.