A Wisconsin girl was a part of history on Jan. 20, joining the nation's leaders during the inauguration of Joe Biden as the nation's 46th president.
A Capitol police officer hailed as a hero for his actions during the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol is accompanying Vice President-elect Kamala Harris at the inauguration of Harris and President-elect Joe Biden.
If there’s an emergency in Sheboygan County, dispatcher Chris Damkot might take the call.
A North Carolina nurse who works in the COVID unit won a $1 million prize in the state’s lottery.
DigiCOPY is now supplying complimentary cards and envelopes in their two Milwaukee store locations, 222 E. Erie Street and 1681 N. Van Buren Street, to help communities show compassion in action and “Be the Light".
VISIT Milwaukee announced the first-ever virtual Giving Fest with events that celebrate and support Milwaukee’s hospitality community
A South Carolina man who spent 63 days in the hospital after contracting COVID-19 credits his wife’s voice for pulling him out of a potentially fatal coma.
Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee recently reached a milestone -- performing its 1,000th heart transplant over the holidays.
Christine Wheeler’s daily routine got a lot easier after she was gifted a free van for the holidays by sheriff’s deputies who saw her walking miles to work to support her family.
UPS driver Anthony Gaskins was moved to tears after members of a community banded together to thank him for his record number of daily deliveries during the coronavirus crisis.
It was a holiday present that Monica Cabrera would treasure forever.
Malcolm Manning was about to break away from photography when he captured his biggest client: Oprah Winfrey.
"To see the families and the kids' faces light up and wave...is totally worth working on Christmas."
The Schadrie family started a toy drive effort a year ago, inspired to give back after the hospital became a second home to them.
A Delta flight attendant hopes to reunite a wayward stuffed cat with its owner with the public’s help and a dash of holiday magic.
A North Carolina couple married for more than six decades held hands in their final moments before passing away from COVID-19.
Thanks to a local organization, seniors are being wrapped with love and support as Elder Elves are jingling around town, getting them in the spirit.
The goal was to give him $50 as a holiday bonus, but the community blew that out of the water, raising over $6,000.
Every night, families are invited to park in front of the Ausman's Whitefish Bay home, tune into the music and watch the spectacular show.
Teaching Toys business owner Marie Liburdi donates to The Bottomless Toy Chest after losing her business to COVID-19