This college football player received a surprise of a lifetime––and his reaction will warm your heart 🍕❤️
Pizza delivery becomes a life-changing scholarship
This college football player received a surprise of a lifetime––and his reaction will warm your heart 🍕❤️
Man with Down syndrome gives inspirational speech
Clemson Tiger’s equipment manager David Saville just made an inspirational speech to his high school football team
Students demand action on climate change
Students across the world blew off school to fight for their future. The student-led climate strike brought out thousands of teens in their own cities to get lawmakers to act on this urgent issue. Some cities, like New York, gave students permission to skip class to take part in the strike. Their demands were echoed in places like Australia, Kenya, the Czech Republic, and more countries and cities. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
This 77-year-old with Down syndrome beat the odds
George Wildgust, 77, has Down syndrome and is defying the odds. Doctors initially told his family he wouldn't live past the age of 10. Now he's among the world's oldest people with Down syndrome. He was born in 1942 as the middle child of three siblings. His niece, Nikki Wright, credits his long life to his network of strong family and friends, and being independent. Wildgust enjoys going out for dinner and dancing. InsideEdition.com has more.
International doctors use drone to deliver insulin
An international team of health care workers completed the world's first drone insulin delivery dropping off the medicine to a remote island in Ireland.
This inclusive hockey league is for blind people
New York Metro Blind Hockey allows people with visual impairment to play the sport they love
Buckingham Palace sent this little girl a surprise
Harriet the toy monkey has been around the world three times. With adventures taking her to places like Africa, Thailand, and America, her biggest one yet would be when she landed in Europe. Harriet, who belongs to 5-year-old Savannah Hart, got lost during her visit to Buckingham Palace. “She was taken out of daddy's bag to get some photos. The next day, we were on a tour bus and I just had the thought and said, 'Where is Harriet?'" Savannah’s mom told APTN. InsideEdition.com’s Stephanie Officer finds out how Savannah’s idea got them reunited.
1-lb preemie who spent 100 days in NICU heads home
Finn James Hill, lovingly nicknamed "Fighting Finn," was released from Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando Florida, Sept. 10.
Penguin’s life saved after incredible journey
This penguin was rescued and nursed back to health after an extremely long journey from New Zealand to Australia
Masked hero hands out $100 bills to strangers
Need a boost? If you're lucky enough to meet "Dr. MooMoo," a masked man who hands out a weekly $100 bill on the streets of Kansas City, Missouri, you might find yourself smiling.
Writer behind #mybestselfie talks cyberbullying
Melissa Blake, writer for the blog "So About What I Said," discusses why she posted three selfies on Twitter in response to online bullies calling her ugly.
The classroom with mandatory mental health lessons
With too many kids struggling with stress, anxiety and depression, some states are mandating that educators incorporate mental health into their lessons. NBC’s Kate Snow goes inside one fifth grade class in New York to see how these classes are transforming an entire generation.
Texas firefighters save two cats from fire
These firefighters in Texas administered oxygen to two cats who they just rescued from a structure fire
11-year-old amputee dances with her idol
A young dancer from Arizona was shocked to meet a man she calls her inspiration. Abri Bentley, 11, lost her leg to cancer recently but is determined not to give up her passion for dance. She caught the attention of Evan Ruggiero on social media. Ruggiero, also known as Lord PegLeg, is an amputee and an acclaimed tap dancer. He surprised Abri with private dance classes at a studio in her hometown. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
Legless kid dreams of being Olympic skateboarder
Maxim Abramov, 10, from St. Petersburg, Russia, has gained thousands of followers after a shoutout from skateboard legend Tony Hawk.
Bikers come support girl's lemonade stand
The Milwaukee Iron motorcycle group bought Bryanne's lemonade after her mom Daryn Sturch, a nurse, helped them after a crash.
Tear-jerking reunion between homeless man, his dog
Meet Anthony Rogers, who feels whole again after reuniting with his lost dog, Bobo
Dolphins trapped in canal are saved by human chain
Four dolphins, including two calves, are saved after being stranded in a canal in Florida, US.
School janitor comforts young student with autism
A viral photo shows a janitor in Texas making one elementary student’s difficult day a whole lot better. Fourth grader Kenlee Bellew-Shaw has autism, and custodian Esther McCool helped her during an overwhelming moment. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports for TODAY.
Orcas stranded on beach rescued by beachgoers
A group of good Samaritans and rescuers worked together to save six orcas that were found stranded on a beach in Argentina. One of the whales didn’t survive. Local officials say they’re not sure why the animals beached themselves.
Hydraulic vessel collects plastic from waterways
Waterways could regain their beauty with this plastic cleaning solution
In Rome, plastic bottles pay for public transit
Rome will give you a discount on public transportation if you pay with plastic bottles
Photographer shows lack of plus size Asian models
Michelle Elman, a body confidence coach in the U.K., pushes to include plus-size Asian women in fashion
Yoga class at US-Mexico border sparks unity
It was an act of peaceful calming at a place of international tension. Dozens of people from Juarez, Mexico, woke up to salute the sun with a yoga class at the Rio Bravo, which is on the U.S.-Mexico border. Participants say they envision a future that includes a united border, without walls. Yoga is an ancient practice from India that aims to unite the human spirit with the divine. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
Fisherman rescues sea lion pup trapped in nets
This is the moment a Canadian fisherman and his friends saved a sea lion pup who was trapped in a large ball of fishing nets.
13-year-old creates clothes closet for classmates
Eighth grader Chase Neyland-Square is helping students in need with his PAM's Pantry.
Stranger grabs coffee, leaves ready to save a life
When Catherine Pearlman stopped into Starbucks one day, she came across an usual plea that touched her. A wife named Monica Valdez posted a flyer searching for a kidney that would save the life of her husband, Eli. The group share their incredible story with TODAY.
Emma Grede: We need more plus-size women in retail
Emma Grede, founder & CEO of Good American, the inclusive denim line she launched with Khloe Kardashian, talks about the most important thing she learned when launching and evolving her business.
Dogs with special needs celebrate for good
Dogs with special needs and their humans came together in New York City to celebrate their pets' big personalities and even bigger hearts. The event, called WagAware Wheels on Wall Street, lets differently abled pets meet up and play for a good cause. The event helped WagAware fund rescues like LoveyLoaves Special Needs Rescue and Sanctuary, which is dedicated to finding forever homes for differently abled, senior and medically complex dogs.
Celebrities helping fight childhood cancer
In honor of childhood cancer awareness month, the ABC host & more stars are doing what they can to help organizations like L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade. Watch!
5th graders create a community playing with Legos
"GMA" sponsor Lego challenged one group of students, asking them to use imagination to build their vision of a community that would bring all kinds of people together. Here's what they created.
Kids get red carpet treatment for back-to-school
Back-to-school day was met with a big production at Philadelphia's Stearne Elementary School. Officials there literally rolled out the red carpet for students. But it was one community organizer's idea to have parents line it to cheer children on. Crying because he was scared to enter, Ian, a new sixth grader, needed a little extra boost. The tiny gesture of encouragement and hugs gave the student just what he needed to take a step into his future. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer explains.
Baby born 9/11 at 9:11pm weighing 9 lb, 11 ounces
The stars may have aligned for the birth of Christina Malone-Brown, who came into the world on Sept. 11 at 9:11 p.m. The baby girl also weighed in at 9 pounds, 11 ounces.
Man gives kids their first bikes
Robert Charland is known as "Bob the Bike Guy." His organization Pedal Thru Youth has repaired and donated more than 1,200 bicycles to kids in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He started 14 years ago when he was asked to fix a few bikes for homeless children. He's been doing it ever since, and after receiving a devastating diagnosis, making kids smiles has become his life's mission. He partners with law enforcement agencies to get the bikes riding-ready and out to schools.
6-year-old gets toymaker to create female army figurines
When a 6-year-old girl noticed her army figurines were all men, she wrote a letter to the toymaker asking for more options. NBC’s Sarah Harman reports for Weekend TODAY.
Teen gives away shoes to help heal PTSD
Kyler Nipper is healing himself by helping others. When he was 11, the Las Vegas teen was stabbed at school and critically injured. In the aftermath of the incident, Kyler wrestled with PTSD. He realized that one thing would help him feel better: giving to people in need. He started the charity Kyler's Kicks, which collects and donates footwear. Kyler recently gave away his 25,000th pair of shoes, and InsideEdition.com was there for the special moment. "We're spreading positivity and kindness along the way," he said.
Raising Puppies Behind Bars Is Helping Inmates Find Purpose
One organization is using puppies to help people in prison and first responders. Puppies Behind Bars teachers people who are incarcerated to train service dogs for veterans and first responders, some of whom are living with PTSD. The dogs help both their raisers and owners live better lives. "It's more than just women or men in prison raising dogs," a puppy raiser at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility said. "We are human beings as well and we are capable of changing and capable of giving back."
Orphaned baby sea otter learns to swim
Cinder the baby sea otter was just 5 weeks old when she was found stranded by strong currents near Homer, Alaska. The orphaned pup was dehydrated and underweight when rescuers at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward began caring for her. But Cinder's health quickly improved, and now the cute little pup is settling in to her new home at SeaWorld in San Diego, California. With the help of her human caregivers, Cinder is learning how to swim and groom herself in SeaWorld's sea otter nursery.
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