Two Detroit police officers offered to pay an elderly woman's phone bill after she was unable to call 911 for help.
A dog was rescued by firefighters after it jumped into a pond at Oakview Cemetery in Royal Oak.
Elderly animals typically have a harder time getting adopted, but when 101-year-old Penny decided to adopt a new cat, she found a "purr-fect" companion in Gus, a 19-year-old feline who had recently been surrendered to the animal shelter.
The Detroit Police Department honored officers who helped save an unresponsive baby girl who was brought to their precinct.
A 13-year-old who once spent 77 days in the NICU uses his Eagle Scout project as a fundraiser to bring joy to the nursing staff at St. John hospital.
The Destined for Greatness mentoring program at Detroit's Denby High School helps young women succeed.
A mid-Michigan man was reunited with photos he took 40 years ago after they ended up in a Detroit nonprofit's mailbox last year
With the Detroit Fire Department's help and the kindness of one Detroit resident, a vacant lot is transformed into a homemade ice rink.
Angel Otero gifted a PlayStation 5 to a neighbor who has been battling cancer and then managed to turn that act of kindness into gifts for more children in need.
More than 25 years ago, someone took a vintage Christmas wreath right off of Beverlee Porada's front porch. Years of searching later, her children tracked down a replacement.
Two New York men started a charity to give away thousands of free backpacks to the homeless, filled with hygiene and health items.
In this time of social change, young people in southeastern Michigan are getting the opportunity of a lifetime to learn how to write their own lyrics and create their own music with the help of some Motown legends.
A trio of Detroit organizations is blown away after a fundraiser to help black farmers buy land in the city has raised much more than expected in just a few days.
Taking things day-by-day, an EMT who survived COVID-19 is rebuilding his home after the Edenville Dam failure.
Though the pandemic hit hard, a Detroit bookstore owner that specializes in African American culture and literature has been flooded with businesses as people look to learn more about race and social injustice.
Due to the pandemic, many students have found themselves without a summer internship. The Virtual Intern Experience offers a chance for students to connect with industry leaders throughout Metro Detroit.
A family is searching for the man who stepped up and took Kyle Hoffman to the hospital after a horrible crash.
Though he still doesn't know when he can open, one small business owner is keeping his spirits up.
“She just kept telling herself - I can do this.
A team started the #Covid19CleanUpChallenge to encourage their community to do their part, especially amidst all the new COVID-19 related litter like masks and gloves.