Like all good barbers, Courtney Holmes is a good listener.
The matinee crowd was anything but typical, as the New York Yankees paid a visit to The Prospector Theater to recognize one theater's incredible off-screen mission.
A fly-fishing retreat in the wilds of Wyoming hosts a group of women who are looking to improve their quality of life after surviving cancer.
One couple decided to walk down the aisle just a year after they first said "I do" all because the bride doesn't remember a single thing about it.
If elected, James Tufts, 3, will be the tiny town's youngest mayor, beating his older brother, who was also elected at 3, by two days.
Zion knows he may have been cursed with an infection that led to the amputation of his hands-- and feet-- but was blessed with a great mom.
Dr. Walter Palmer remains out of sight, but the outrage over the beloved lion's killing has triggered a worldwide petition calling for Zimbabwe to put an end to trophy hunting.
Matthew Flores had no books at home and no money for bus fare to the library, so he turned to his mailman for junk mail to read - what happened next went viral.
For Little League pitching phenom Mo'ne Davis and the rest of the Anderson Monarchs, America's favorite pastime is about more than just baseball.
The man who helped turn Trader Joe's into a phenomenon has a new retail concept that could bridge two pressing issues - food waste and hunger.
America's "favorite pastime" is establishing a level of trust between the youths of Englewood, Chicago
and the police -- who want a positive image.
Ask 8-year-old Zeke Ortiz what he wants to be when he grows up, and he'll answer without hesitation — a pro basketball player.
Days after a crime that was intended to pit neighbor against neighbor, thousands in Charleston showed they would not be divided.
When 6-year-old Ryan McGuire lost his friend Danny Nickerson to brain cancer, he wanted to find a way to honor him and fight the disease.
Instead of going to landfills, Southwest's airplane seats are being repurposed into products that are creating opportunities for thousands.
Dozens of girls being raised without fathers weren't left out when the Chicago Police Department held it's first-ever "Daddy Daughter Dance."