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An airplane-loving 6-year-old was delighted by the Southwest Airlines birthday party his mom put together.
Help has arrived for a family in Port Huron and a 9-year-old boy with cerebral palsy - thanks to a police officer and the community.
Another 4x100 relay and another victory - this one at the national championships in Eugene, Oregon - the site of the Olympic trials. The Renaissance High School women set a new Hayward Field record with a time of 45.92 seconds.
The Lyon Township veteran had a leaky roof and skylights in need of repairs but no way to pay for it. Today, he got a helping hand.
After 24 years of searching for their kidnapped son, a Chinese family was reunited with their abducted son.
The team is taking donations to support the cause. If you give any amount, you get a green ribbon and in the middle of the 5th inning, everyone gets together and ties them onto the left-field fence. They remember those who are fighting cancer or have lost a loved one to the disease.
"I have been crying literally for the last two days - I can't stop crying because there are tears of joy," she said.
Bill Wellborne, 88, served in Korea and Vietnam. He's pleased to see the men and women of the greatest generation honored in this way. "A lot of these guys here - they came before me - they paved the way for me - white or Black, I don't care who they are," he said.
Officer Pauly says the man was moving inside and trying to get out, but appeared to be fading in and out of consciousness. So he moved into action without a second thought, dragging the man to safety.
But Payton learned Malia's family, like so many others, have fallen on hard times. She says Malia's family may have to move back to France if they don't have the money to stay in the US.
The young men - about 50 of them - are also getting some guidance on making a good first impression. But picking out that free suit, shirt, and tie - with the help of professional haberdashers from Tom James Clothier is pretty special.
Breanna Caban was chosen to receive the first Skylar Herbert Memorial Scholarship named after the 5-year-old who was the first child in our area to die from COVID-19.
Maggie's Wigs 4 Kids was started by Maggie Varney in 2003 based in St. Clair Shores. It's mission is to provide wigs and support to kids ranging in age from 3 years old to 18 who experience hair loss.
When a St. Clair Shores mother of two told her father she was going to join the Air Force, he admitted he was thrown for a loop. But on Thursday Chelsea Field came home from basic training and was met with open arms.
The organization offers grants and no-interest loans to city businesses and non-profits to help them break down those barriers, to make a social impact, and to help them succeed.
Kennedy Russell, the 16-year-old owner of "Kennedys Confections," says she is making around 7 cakes a week for her customers.
Dante Herrera has Batten disease, a deadly disorder that attacks the brain and nervous system. But that didn’t stop him from graduating high school.
Verda Tetteh received a $40,000 scholarship from her high school to attend Harvard University. She donated it back 10 minutes later during her graduation, hoping it would help other students in need.
5-year-old Rosie White was crowned Miss Juneteenth 2021 at the 11th annually Juneteenth celebration held at Maheras Gentry Park