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INDIANAPOLIS — IU Health Methodist Hospital celebrated their 300th successful discharge of a COVID-19 patient on Wednesday with a bit of a party. James Seekie, 64, was first admitted to Methodist Hospital in critical condition on April 24. Less than two weeks later, his medical staff lined the halls to cheer him on with an […]

Starting on Wednesday, Starbuck says it will offer free coffee to frontline responders through May 3. Starbucks says any customer who identifies as a frontline responder to the COVID-19 pandemic will receive a tall brewed coffee (hot or iced) at no charge. The offer is for police officers, firefighters, paramedics, doctors, nurses, hospital and medical […]

Shauna Williams owns Once Upon a Party, an event business where she provides face painting, glitter tattoos, art parties, balloon twisting and balloon decorations for kids birthday parties and corporate events. All of Williams events have been canceled or postponed in March and April. She had 15 scheduled events and usually gets about the same […]

Another day, another gang of officers overstepping their authority.

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.

Bennett said she's tried hard to convince her son that the baby on the package is not him, but he's not having it. He even cuddles with it at night, she told Buzzfeed.

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.

If you ask anyone the first thing that comes to mind when they think of lemonade lately, it's Beyonce's visual album.

The families of the two boys, now teenagers attending high school in Gilbert, Arizona, say they believe it was a miracle they ended up in the same town.