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Chris Bentley and Carlos Miller, Florida natives, began a non-profit called, "Live Fresh Palm Beach County." Bentley and Miller converted a 29.5-foot trailer into an air-conditioned mobile shower and personal hygiene facility. The trailer has a total of six private wash rooms, and makes three weekly stops in the Palm Beach area.

Chauncy Jones Black received $100,000 in donations after offering to help a shopper carry his grocery bags in exchange for doughnuts.

The Okmulgee High School senior suffers from cerebral palsy and is wheelchair-bound, but months ago, he made the decision that he wanted to walk across the stage to accept his diploma.

Four brothers are now able to grow up together after two neighbors made the decision to adopt the boys to avoid splitting them apart.

For the second straight year, a student from Long Island, New York's Elmont Memorial High School has been accepted at all eight Ivy League schools, according to NBC 4 New York. The student, Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna, 17, who is the class valedictorian, has until May 1 to decide whether she'll attend one of the prestigious northeastern schools

When Stefun Darts was just a kid, he promised his grandparents he would help pay off their mortgage after watching them hold down multiple jobs to make ends meet.

​​ The city of Baltimore just got a little brighter after a photo of a teen praying over a homeless man went viral. Eric Gaines, a University of Maryland police officer, captured the moment last Tuesday while patrolling. After posting the image on Facebook, thousands praised the young man for the sweet gesture. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10204917531772261&set=a.1572392763949.65963.1659444155&type=3&theater Speaking to […]

terminally ill Pennsylvania boy with just over a year left to live was granted a final wish over the weekend. Kaleb Holder, 8, was sworn in as an honorary sheriff last Friday at the Lehigh County Sheriff's Office in the city of Allentown, Good Morning America reports.