Memphis police say Catherine Mardesich was charged with felony possession after she ran out of gas and abandoned her SUV on a bridge
U.S. Postal Service employee Kayla Berridge noticed her customer’s mail was piling up. Officers later found the elderly woman trapped inside her home for at least three days.
Consider spreading Valentine’s Day cheer to children’s hospitals, nursing home and shelter residents.
Donating blood is usually voluntary. But it landed one Wisconsin donor a free car.
Caitlin Cullen and The Tandem gave away meals during the coronavirus pandemic, and now, she's giving away her restaurant to Rosetta Bond, a recent culinary graduate currently operating 1700 Pull Up out of her home.
University of Wisconsin System leaders on Friday chose a business attorney with no experience administrating higher education as the next system president.
After the evacuation of the Horizon West condo building in Waukesha due to the threat of collapse, FOX6 News did a story about a woman who lost her home in the middle of her battle with cancer. Someone saw that story and thought she deserved a random act of kindness.
Aaron Kern, who was assigned to Operation Allies Welcome at Camp Atterbury, broke down with emotion after reuniting with his daughter at an NBA game.
Sydney Raley didn’t think twice about jumping through a McDonald’s drive-through window to render first-aid to a choking customer.
A Florida Army veteran who once spent a Christmas without electricity is continuing to pay it forward for his neighbors in need for the holidays. This is the third year he's paid off all of the past-due utility bills in his city ahead of Christmas.
From small acts of kindness to awe-inspiring events, there were a lot of feel-good moments in 2021.
President Joe Biden, who has been open about having a speech impediment his whole life, was seen giving words of encouragement to a young girl in Massachusetts who has a stutter, even inviting her to the White House.
Six-year-old Naomi Pascal lost a teddy bear she had since leaving an Ethiopian orphanage. Thanks to a sharp-eyed, compassionate park ranger, she has been reunited with the irreplaceable stuffed animal a year later.
A restaurant group in Arkansas is allowing student employees to do homework for an hour while on the clock, an initiative that is raising grades and also recruiting more employees amid the country’s labor shortage.
Having walked in their shoes, a once-struggling Milwaukee woman is paving the way for others to succeed.
The need is great, and people across the Milwaukee area are stepping up to help. The Islamic Society of Milwaukee (ISM) is making sure the Afghan refugees living in Wisconsin are clothed.
They asked for help, and you answered. FOX6 News told you about a family forced to live without natural gas after severe weather devastated their home in August.
A diner at a Gainesville restaurant gathered the staff of 10 together to thank them for their hard work during the pandemic before leaving them a $10,000 tip to share.
The first big concert in Milwaukee since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Foo Fighters performed at the newly-renovated American Family Insurance Amphitheater on Friday, July 30.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers from New York helped a woman locate the diamond that fell off her engagement ring.