This older cardiac patient was shocked to see her best friend disguised as her nurse at the hospital💕👯♀️
Cardiac Patient Gets the Surprise of a Lifetime
This older cardiac patient was shocked to see her best friend disguised as her nurse at the hospital💕👯♀️
Ohio Construction Company Saves Baby Falcons
The Snavely Group in Cleveland, Ohio, found a rare baby falcon nest on their construction site and halted the $11 million project to protect it. A webcam has been set up so people can tune in to see when the falcons take off.
Coach Helps Teens After 2 Players Died by Suicide
NBC’s Kate Snow meets Juan Gaytan, a high school lacrosse coach at Box Elder High School in Utah who is providing support to his players when two teammates died by suicide. Later, Dr. Harold Koplewicz, president of the Child Mind Institute, joins TODAY to talk about children and mental health.
An Incredible CPR Survival Story
Kevin Hutchinson suffered cardiac arrest, but he survived thanks to his friends Macy Orrick, Taylor Karey, Sam Bates and a quick-thinking 911 telecommunicator Ed Wilson.
This Special Ski-Seat is Made for Limited Mobility
Watch this man hit the slopes in a special ski-seat for folks with little mobility 🎿
Morehouse Speaker Will Pay Off Class of 2019 Loans
Robert F. Smith, keynote speaker for Morehouse College’s commencement ceremony, said he would pay off the college debt of the class of 2019, approximately $40 million. PHOTO: STEVE SCHAEFER/ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION VIA AP
Child with Hydrocephalus Graduated Pre-School
Almost completely confined to a wheelchair, Blake Mompher walked on stage to a loud applause as he accepted his diploma.
Baby Giraffe Gets New Shoes to Mend Foot Condition
A baby giraffe has a new pair of custom-made shoes, thanks to a couple of veterinarians. Hasani the giraffe lives at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo and is just a couple of weeks old. Shortly after his birth, zoo officials noticed he had a condition called hyperextended fetlocks, which means his rear feet were not in alignment. As InsideEdition.com’s Stephanie Officer finds out, thanks to some extra help from a team in Kentucky, Hasani is stepping into recovery in his new shoes.
Former homeless student graduates from Georgetown
Rashema Melson graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in justice and peace studies -- the first person in her family to graduate from college.
Woman Loses More Than 150 lbs in Transformation
This woman weighed nearly 300 pounds and knew she had to make a change.
Farmer Performs C-Section to Save Baby Foxes
Chis Rolfe was driving near his farm when the car in front of him hit a fox. He pulled over to see if he could help the animal, but she was already dead. That's when Rolfe saw her belly still moving and realized she was pregnant. He performed an emergency C-section and rescued her four cubs. Since then, Rolfe and his mom have raised them by hand, helping them become the bouncy, energetic cubs they are today. It is their hope that they will be released back into the wild when the time is right.
Weightlifter Overcomes His Cerebral Palsy
This weightlifter is one of the smallest people in the gym, but he has the biggest heart.
Lebron James & Walmart Team Up to Fight Hunger
One of the biggest sports stars in the world and one of the biggest companies in the world are teaming up to fight hunger. Veuer’s Nick Cardona has that story.
Little League Player Surprised by Marine Dad
One 8-year-old playing in a Little League game in New Jersey had an emotional reunion with his dad, Staff Sgt. Steve Batista, when he surprised his son on the pitcher’s mound.
This Retreat Celebrates Women of Color
This retreat in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica is solely for women of color to focus on spiritual healing
Campowerment Came Back Stronger After Woolsey Fire
Campowerment for years has helped women reach their full potential during its old-fashioned sleepaway retreat. Last November, its resilience was put to the test when the dangerous Woolsey Fire set California ablaze — but the camp came back stronger than ever.
First Woman Filmmaker Honored in New Documentary
Long before Spielberg, Scorcese and Lucas, someone else was revolutionizing the film industry and her name was Alice Guy-Blache. Now one film is out to make sure she gets the recognition she deserves. "Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache" shows how the first woman filmmaker got her start and made her mark on the budding industry at the end of the 19th century. It's a story that took first-time filmmaker Pamela Green 10 years to create. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
Teen Creates Stunning Gown for Big Sister's Prom
A high school senior made a grand entrance into her prom with a custom-made gown designed by her little sister. Mikayla Lewis, 18, says she had full confidence in her sister, 14-year-old Courtney, when it came to making her dress for the big night. That's because Courtney has some experience in fashion design and has made dresses for her sister in the past. The sisters worked on the dress together for two months leading up to prom night. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
DJ Khaled to Donate to Nipsey Hussle's Children
Khaled shared the news he would be donating all proceeds from his upcoming single featuring Nipsey to the late rapper's two children
Lupita Nyong'o Surprises All-Girls STEM School
"GMA" co-anchor Robin Roberts and actress Lupita Nyong'o surprised the Coretta Scott King Young Women's Leadership Academy with a check for $25,0000 from DonorsChoose.org.
Ex-Cop Gives Old Partner Her Kidney
They rode together as two cops on patrol, watching each other’s backs. Now, in retirement, they're still looking out for each other. Last December, Stanley Barsch’s kidneys started failing and were only functioning at 10 percent. He was in dire need of a transplant. That's when his former partner Megan Ambrose did what she had to do, getting tested to see if she could be a match. She was. Stanley was overcome with emotion when she gave him the great news.
Siblings Have a Sweet Reunion at Graduation
A young woman who hadn’t seen her brothers in more than a year decided to surprise him by coming to his college graduation. The brother could hardly get over his shock!
90-Year-Old Mother Meets Daughter for the 1st Time
One little gift and one little joke reunited a 90-year-old mother with the daughter she gave up for adoption 70 years ago. Elizabeth Pullen had never seen Lynne Wray, but had always held out hope they'd meet. After submitting a DNA test kit Pullen's granddaughter received for Christmas, they'd come to find out the bigger present would be meeting their long-lost family member. As InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer finds out, Wray fits right in.
Young Hockey Fan Surprised with Tickets to Game
Watch this amazing video of a 10-year-old Blues fan find out she’s going to Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs
Pope Francis Welcomes Migrant Children
A group of children who migrated from Libya to Italy received an unforgettable welcome when Pope Francis gave them a ride in his popemobile. In other headlines, Washington is the best state in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
17-Year-Old Walks for 1st Time in 9 Years at Prom
This is the first time Tamesha Simmons has walked in nearly a decade. She was recently given two prosthetic legs after a blood flow issue that resulted in a double amputation. Tamesha is one of many teens who got all glammed up for the dance at the Child Life Zone at the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. That night, teens forgot they were at the hospital and instead got to have fun. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps has more.
Woman's Foster Dog Learns to Sniff Out Cancer
The dog, Ivey, is training at the Penn Vet Working Dog Center.
92-Year-Old's Special Bike Keeps Her Outdoors
An Idaho woman says that, at 92, she got a new lease on life from a special bicycle. Rosemary Sorce can be seen cruising around Boise and Meridian on her Blessing Bike, pedaled by her daughter. Jill Houser says she retired from work to take care of her mom, and she wanted to come up with a way for them both to stay active as Rosemary's health started to decline. Jill found an old cargo bike and her husband turned it into Rosemary's new wheels. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
Boy with Spina Bifida Walks for First Time
Blake Mompher, 5, was born with spina bifida and surprised his family and friends when he walked across the stage at his preschool graduation ceremony.
Largest Class of Black Women to Graduate from WP
Thirty-two black women are set to walk across the stage this year, making them the largest class of black women in the military academy's history.
Russell Wilson Surprises Mom With a House
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who recently became the highest-paid player in the NFL, treated his mom to something extra special for Mother’s Day this year. He bought her a new house!
Free Therapy Sessions to 40 Cities Worldwide
Traci Ruble, Sidewalk Talk founder and executive director, discusses her organization's commitment to helping people manage stress and anxiety.
Police Chief's New Tattoo Honors Cancer Patient
A Texas police chief was moved to tears when he learned that 6-year-old Abigail Arias was battling a rare form of terminal cancer. To help give her the power to fight it, Chief Ray Garivey swore her into the Freeport Police Department as an honorary officer. Abigail says the uniform "keeps me brave." Now the chief is Abigail's sidekick as she fights for her life, joining the community rallying around her. As InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer explains, Garivey made good on a promise to forever honor his new buddy.
Woman Reunites with Purse Lost at H.S. Years Ago
Martha “Marty” Everett tells the 3rd hour of TODAY that she’d forgotten about her misplaced purse until construction crews rebuilding her high school tracked it down – 65 years later. When returned, Marty was surprised to find all its contents still intact.
Living in Perfect Harmony with Seniors
The 3rd hour of TODAY spotlights Melissa Morales and Ria Yang, two musicians and graduate students residing at Collington, a senior retirement community outside Washington, D.C. There, they share their time and talents with fellow residents.
Football Player's Reaction to Prom Makeover
Cheyanne from the Bronx, NY doesn't normally wear makeup or dresses — she's busy with school, homework and sports practice, after all.
WWII veteran Accepts College Diploma Years Later
Elizabeth Barker Johnson, a 99-year-old World War II veteran, finally accepted her college diploma 70 years after graduating from college. NBC’s Tammy Leitner reports for TODAY.
Bikers Pick Up Boy Being Bullied at School
Occurred on May 3, 2019 / Irwin, Pennsylvania, USA Info from Licensor: "I moved here with my two children Bella and Zeke from New York 11 months ago for a new beginning and to be closer to my father. My son Zeke had been getting bullied in school all year for being 'different' without me knowing. On April 26, 2019, the school had called me with the most horrific news I had ever heard. They told me my son had tried to choke himself in the classroom and that he stated he wanted to die. I rushed to the school to find out what was going on and when I spoke with my son he told me he has no friends and he doesn't want to live anymore. I then scheduled a meeting with the principal and teachers and later that evening after much hesitation, I decided to create a post on Facebook in a group that I am in for the area in which I live hoping to reach the parents of the children in my son's class. I had indicated that my son attempted to harm himself due to the lack of friends he has made since moving here and that as parents we need to teach our children kindness. I was then contacted by Justin Fitz a member of K-Dogs Kidz whose mission is to stop bullying, who offered to organize a group of bikers to arrive at my son's school to pick him up in front of his peers to show them how 'cool' he really is. I agreed because I too thought this would be a really wonderful experience for him and just maybe it will make a difference. That day changed my son's life. Not only did he have the time of his life but he hasn't been bullied since."
Teen with Big Feet Gets Shoes from Shaq
Shaquille O'Neal knows what it's like to have big feet. The retired basketball star wears a size 22 shoe, and his parents once struggled to outfit him. So when he heard about what 13-year-old Zach Keith and his mom, Brittany, were going through to find size 18 shoes, he stepped in to help. Shaql treated Zach to 10 pairs of shoes at Friedman's Shoes in Atlanta, where the star is a long-time customer.
Canadian artist uses pen and ink to draw illustrations inspired by the macabre
This 87-year-old ballerina has dedicated her entire career to raising the bar for Philadelphia’s young black dancers
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