NFL rookie Deshaun Watson donates first game check to Harvey victims

Houston Texans rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson made the most heartwarming handoff of his career to help a trio of cafeteria workers recover from Hurricane Harvey. Watson surprised the unsuspecting employees at Houston’s NRG Stadium by handing over his first NFL game check, worth $27,353, to help them get back on their feet after sustaining substantial damage…

Hikers Rescue A Dog That Was Trapped On A Mountain For 6 Weeks

After several attempts over the span of two days, a dog that was missing for six weeks has finally been reunited with her family. Photo credit: Sean Nichols The 13-year-old dog ran off from her home with another younger dog about six weeks ago, according to her owners. They live on the east side of…

Former MMA fighter befriends teen with Down syndrome

Standing on top of a walkway bridge, 13-year-old Parker Seward looked up at his personal trainer in the mid-afternoon light. With a conniving grin, Parker shouted, “Look, a squirrel!” And he took off running down the hill in a North Naples residential community. “You cheater,” Sammy Callari, 27, playfully snapped back. © Photo: Dorothy Edwards/Naples…

Iowa football crowd stands to wave at children in neighboring hospital

It’s the newest tradition in college football, and it’s already one of the best. The University of Iowa unveiled a heartwarming scene in its season-opening win on Saturday when fans stood and waved to the children watching from the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital across the street from the stadium. Best new tradition…

J.J. Watt Has Raised $10 Million For Hurricane Harvey Victims

J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans started a Hurricane Harvey relief fun that has exceeded 10 million dollars. Credit: Getty Images Watt began his efforts after posting this video on Twitter which has now persuaded over 100,000 people to pitch in. He has continues to post video updates on the donations daily, pleading for the…

Football Reunites Friends in Chance Meeting After 40 Years

When Don Adams, from East London, retired after spending most of his working life at the British Museum, he was really looking forward to the new chapter in his life. Don thought he had been enjoying his retirement on the whole, until one day his wife and daughter commented that he hadn’t left the house…

One-armed player claims basketball saved his life

Troy Druppal, 26, had only been playing for a year when he was diagnosed with bone cancer in his left arm in September 2004. After successfully undergoing chemotherapy, the cancer returned almost a year later and in February 2006 doctors amputated his arm. However, the cancer spread to his lungs and his head, and in…