Philadelphia firefighters are used to saving lives, but on a Friday night in late June, a different kind of rescue mission was taking place as a severely injured pit bull was in dire need of help.
Three New Jersey state troopers have been credited for saving the life of a driver who was pulled from his vehicle after a crash.
New Jersey police officers are being hailed for going above and beyond to help a woman in need.
A St. Pete bartender is being called a hero for saving a woman from a 'creepy' guy, using a receipt clipboard to pass her a note, asking if she wanted help.
Fourteen-year-old Nathan Adams lost his grandfather, Fred, to cancer. Nathan channeled his grief into action, cutting grass for veterans in Fred’s honor.
A rookie officer in Pottsville, Arkansas used his training and dad instincts to save a baby who was choking.
An Indiana family purchased their Chevy Suburban back in September, but it was only recently that 9-year-old Landon Melvin was cleaning the SUV and found an envelope containing $5,000 under a floor mat.
A Philadelphia man was heartbroken to discover his bike stolen, but was determined to get it back from the person who stole it. He devised a plan to get the bike with the help of Philadelphia police.
"He challenged me (at sentencing), and he said Mr. Martell, I dare you to be a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, instead of out here selling drugs," Martell said. He took that challenge head-on.
Randy Brown, a Henry County 13-year-old, saved a 2-year-old boy whose body was spotted by the child's mother at the bottom of a pool.
Despite feeling the baby go limp in his arms, deputy Joshua Kelly refused to give up on the unresponsive 10-day-old girl. The family of the baby calls Kelly their "angel."
FOX 29 Sports Director Tom Sredenschek and his daughter Lauren share a family legacy as third and fourth generation Penn State graduates.
After giving away more than 860,000 free pairs of shoes last year, Crocs is once again offering healthcare workers a free pair of shoes through May 14.
The city removed a homeless encampment at a Center City PATCO station Wednesday. The encampment, which had been there for six months, once gave shelter to between 30 and 100 people.
Sweet 16! A high school student in Westminster got accepted to more than a dozen universities -- including her dream school, Harvard University!
The new initiative will allow for a police officer in a police vehicle ice cream bus to go into the community giving away free ice cream to the youth.
It took the larger dog about 34 minutes to pull the smaller dog from the pool.
Kelsey Koelzer can’t wait to get Arcadia University’s women’s ice hockey team out on the ice. She is the team’s first coach and she broke the color barrier becoming the first African American head coach in the NCAA.
A Portland man has been reunited with his dog after a planned visit to a national park went awry and left him in the hospital and without his canine companion.
The first person to receive a COVID-related lung transplant in Michigan is recovering after catching the virus while pregnant.