School Community Helps Beloved Crossing Guard Afford Prosthetic Leg Repair

The Harvard Elementary School community in Houston, Texas, has come together to help a beloved crossing guard afford repairs to his prosthetic leg.

Cybersecurity must be open, replaceable

Late last month the Internet was brought to a grinding halt due to a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack launched from millions of infected web-attached devices.

The man who spent his fortune on a park

BBC - Travel - The man who spent his fortune on a park

A blind love for cricket

The year was 1991 and I was just another self-conscious teenager.

Stepping up: Calgary repairer helps little girl get back on her feet

Calgary, Alberta -- November 18, 2016 -- A little girl with cerebral palsy will soon be able to walk for the first time in her life, thanks to a donation from a shop in Calgary.

Virtual reality to aid Auschwitz war trials of concentration camp guards – BBC News

On 20 November, 1945 the Nuremberg trials began - the military tribunals called to prosecute Nazi war criminals closely involved in the Holocaust.

Stolen teacup Chihuahua back in the arms of World War II vet, 93

A stolen teacup Chihuahua on Saturday was back in the arms of a 93-year-old World War II veteran who thought he would never see her again, Fox 11 Los Angeles reports.

Friends swap hard-working man’s clunker with brand new car

A good news story in Southwest Georgia is spreading joy all over the internet.

How Esther the Wonder Pig Helped Save the Lives of 10 Pigs from North...

We all know and love Esther the Wonder Pig, the “micro pig” who fell into the arms of Canadian couple Derek Walter and Steve Jenkins and then kept growing, and growing, and growing.

British farmland bird bounces back from brink of extinction

One of Britain’s most threatened farmland birds has reached a major milestone in its recovery from the brink of extinction, figures show.

Joe Thomas Sr., 55, makes history as oldest player in Division I football

Thomas at the age of 55 is believed to be the oldest player to participate in a Division I football game.

This Nigerian man cannot stop giving: food, money, cars, shops, even houses

In a narrow dirt lane where children scamper and play, Garba Buzu’s rubber sandals slap the ground as he walks.

A 55-year-old just carried the ball in an actual Division I game

The story of Joe Thomas Sr. is one of resilience and overcoming the odds.

Conquering the Appalachian Trail with paralyzed legs and iron will

They were about 4,000 feet high, standing in a rockslide roughly three-quarters of the way up Mount Katahdin, the tallest peak in Maine, when they said goodbye.

Mystery suitcase owner found

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — When Robert McKinney moved from Terrace Heights to Missouri in 2006, he packed a blue suitcase with some of his most precious possessions — framed portraits of his children, their families and his wife of 49 years, Joyce.

Letter carrier catches, delivers suspect to police

MILWAUKEE, WI (WITI/CNN) - A Milwaukee letter carrier tackled a suspect who grabbed a package from him and delivered the teen to police.

Critically endangered honeyeater population discovered

The regent honeyeater used to be one of the most abundant birds in south-eastern Australia but there are now fewer than 400 in the wild.

World’s smallest penguins get their own underpass so they can travel home safely

A town in New Zealand has created the first penguin underpass in the country to help a colony of the birds cross a busy road that lies between the sea and their nests.