Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still received good news on Wednesday. His 4-year-old daughter Leah’s cancer is in remission, he said in a post on Instragram.
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Two boys, Dakotah Zimmer, 13, and Isaac Nolting, 12, became quick friends after meeting through a mutual friend at the city pool. As they are horse-playing in the pool, their friend says they are fighting like brothers. That’s when things changed.
A mother dog reacted to a Chilean forest fire by burying her nine puppies to protect them — and it worked.
A little girl with a big heart is sharing an even bigger message with the world — she believes a simple act of kindness can go a long, long way.
Maya Cortes, a 4-year-old kidney cancer patient, learned she and her family are headed to Walt Disney World courtesy of Make-A-Wish of Southern Nevada at Maya’s very own “Cinderella” ball Wednesday at Aria on the Strip.
Defensive tackle Devon Still and 4-year-old daughter Leah, who has been battling Stage 4 pediatric cancer, received some great news. Still, a free agent who hopes to re-sign with the Cincinnati Bengals, said after nine months of treatment, his daughter may be free of cancer.
A 1-year-old cocker spaniel was rescued from a northwest apartment fire on Thursday afternoon.
Six-year-old Matthew Parker needed a new kidney. His elementary school teacher, Lindsey Painter, gave him one.
A Coronado photographer captured a couple getting engaged under a rainbow by chance, and is now trying to track them down.
After four open-heart surgeries, Abigail Faul was given a couple months to live. Instead, she’s given her family two more years with her and counting, and valentines are pouring in from around the nation.
One person was killed in a high-speed, fiery, head-on car crash in South Phoenix and a woman was saved when bystanders pulled her from one of the vehicles moments before it burst into flames.
A North Carolina teen who went to Target to look for a clip-on tie for a job interview became the subject of a touching moment and a viral photo.
Realty One Group Realtors Susan Brock, David Morris, Mark Sivek and Chad Roberts and his wife, Sarah, are passionate about the housing industry. Between closing deals in the valley, the real estate gurus financed and built a home in Esteli, Nicaragua, in December through Giveback Homes, a network of real estate professionals who contribute physically or financially to construct homes for families in need.
Most teenagers dread being called to the principal’s office, but for 14-year-old Daniel Duncan, it brought a surprise he won’t soon forget. Daniel got a special phone call from Bobby Wagner, a linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks and one of his favorite players.
When it came to choosing how to fulfill her school’s Pay It Forward project, Goolsby Elementary fifth-grader Juliana Puppel knew just what she wanted to do: make life better for shelter dogs. She readily admits to having an ulterior motive: If she could prove herself responsible, her parents had agreed to get her a puppy.
An 81-year-old Grand Rapids man has found out that he has a son. The man had tried having kids all his life but thought it was a life goal he never accomplished.
New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork helped rescue a woman from her car after it had rolled over near Gillette Stadium following the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, Massachusetts State Police said.
A Florida teenager being booked on a probation violation and other felony charges helped save the life of the officer doing his paperwork when the officer fell over and grabbed his chest.
An 11-year-old Bismarck boy is gathering donations to help fill backpacks with items like water bottles and hand warmers to give to the homeless.
A tiny rural town in Utah put on its first-ever Christmas light parade this week in the latest gesture aimed at making the holidays special for a dying little girl.
A police officer in Mesquite, Nevada is being heralded as a hero after he helped a 3-year-old boy who was choking. The boy’s mother said if not for the quick action of the officer, her son would have died.
A group of so-called “Layaway Santas” paid off random layaway accounts at a southern New Jersey Wal-Mart last week.
As part of a project to earn a merit badge on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout, 13-year-old Phillip Bouchard raised over $1,400 dollars in gift cards and cash donations for the Las Vegas charity that helps families with critically ill children.
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