Judge gives Lawrence County custody of Nosey the elephant

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ala. - An African elephant at the center of animal cruelty charges will now remain in a Tennessee sanctuary, following the ruling of Lawrence County District Judge Angela Terry.

Montana governor signs executive order to keep net neutrality in the state

Montana’s governor signed an executive order today that would force internet service providers with state contracts to abide by net neutrality rules, even while the FCC has repealed those rules nationally.

Chaska man bakes bread to share happiness and sustenance

What Chris Boles wants people — especially kids — to understand is that you can do amazing things with your own two hands.

Listen: Mom frantically calls 911 after 5-year-old girl stops breathing

CLIFTON — It may take a village to raise a child, but sometimes it takes a city to save a family.

Lifeguard drone in Australia saves two boys on its first day of service

In a little over a minute, a lifeguard supervisor had launched the drone, spotted the boys, flew it over to them, and remotely dropped the flotation device.

After Denver hired homeless people to shovel mulch and perform other day labor, more...

Jeffrey Maes didn’t expect to live on the streets in his 50s.

Donations pour in for Chinese cancer-stricken girl after her touching letter goes public

JIAMUSI, China: Netizens have rallied around a seven-year-old Chinese girl diagnosed with leukaemia, donating 600,000 yuan (US$93,700) to help with her treatment after a poignant letter she wrote to her father went public, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported on Monday (Jan 22).

Chicago will give hotel workers panic buttons to prevent sexual assault | Apolitical

Throughout the #MeToo movement, the voices heard the loudest have so far been those of actresses, politicians and journalists.

Poll found 0% of Icelanders under 25 believe Bible creation story

Reykjav - A new poll suggests that Iceland is becoming more secular.

Patriots fan invited onto field Sunday to get new wheelchair from team

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - A Patriots fan whose wheelchair disappeared after last weekend’s playoff game in Foxborough received a new one from Robert Kraft before the start of Sunday’s AFC Championship Game.