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College grad redeems teacher’s Disney promise 18 years later

FORT WASHAKIE, Wyo. – George Abeyta taught in his Wyoming middle school classroom for over 20 years, getting to know hundreds of students along the way.

Homeless Man Offers Money to Pay Lady’s Bus Fare – Interesting News Now

A women was ready to catch the bus to go home at night,but then she realized she couldn’t go anywhere, except on foot.

Autism Documentary To Premiere On A&E

Roger Ross Williams’ feature-length documentary “Life, Animated,” will have its television premiere at 8 p.m.

Non-verbal 6-year-old boy and deaf dog are a “match made in heaven”

Six-year-old Connor Guillet, who only uses sign language to communicate, has finally found the perfect companion: a 3-year-old deaf dog named Ellie.

Surfing dog raised half a million dollars for charity

WASHINGTON, Jan. 4 (UPI) -- A surfing dog has raised half a million dollars for various charities since she started participating in fundraising events for six years.

Teachers Launch a Dog Treat Bakery to Create Jobs for Autistic Adults

The idea was first started by Angie Gamades back when she was a special education teacher at Chaska High School in Chaska, Minnesota.  She would often bake with her students on the autism spectrum, as the methodical and repetitive work is soothing to them.  Today, she’s turned the idea to the adults, and has brought them in to start up a dog treat bakery, because she believes adults with intellectual disabilities are often overlooked.

French cyclist Robert Marchand sets new record aged 105 – BBC News

He may not be the fastest cyclist round a velodrome, but he is easily one of the oldest.

She started college as a single mother at age 18. Now she has a...

After the graduation and before the marriage ceremony, Emerita Ayala’s family gathered one recent afternoon at a Mexican restaurant in Northern Virginia for a lunch to celebrate her big day.

Valedictorian has a 4.0 GPA, is headed to college, and is autistic

Montel Medley’s valedictory speech covered many standard themes: the Class of 2014’s transition from middle school to high school, the impact the graduates’ teachers had on their lives, and the future as many head to college and the beginnings of careers.

Teenagers volunteer as pallbearers at funeral of Navy veteran with no family

When 70-year-old Navy veteran without a family died, six Mississippi teenagers took time out of their holiday to serve as pallbearers at his funeral.