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Teen Trumpeter Plays Touching Taps Tribute For Fallen Dallas Officers (WATCH)

A 14-year-old boy identified only as “James” showed up at the Omaha, Nebraska Police Department with a trumpet, and without fanfare, honored police officers...

Opposing Dallas Protest Groups Find They Want Same Thing; Black & White Hug it Out (WATCH)

Another heartwarming story out of Dallas over the weekend occurred when a Black Lives Matter rally met up with white counter protestors wearing cowboy...

Girl, 9, Uses Birthday Money To Buy Lunch For Detroit Cops After Dallas Shooting

In thanking @detroitpolice, 9yr old buys 11th precinct lunch. In her words "all lives matter." My reports @WWJ950 pic.twitter.com/GHfc5jbQKo— Jason Scott (@JasonScottWWJ) July 9,...

Crowds Line Up to Hug Police Officers in Dallas (WATCH)

At a midday prayer service in Dallas, hundreds of citizens packed Thanks-Giving Square Park to show support for the police department that is grieving...

People Respond with Texas-Sized Generosity to Dallas Tornados

“Everything’s bigger in Texas,” the old saying goes, and Texans are demonstrating their hearts are bigger than any storm. Since December 26 when the Dallas...

Remodel Gives Dallas Army Veteran A Home Fit For A Hero

Trista Hopkins, a U.S. Army veteran in Dallas who was raising two daughters in a dilapidated home with holes in the roof and no...

Dallas Café Cooks Up Second Chances for Young Offenders

Chad Houser is about to open a restaurant that takes kids released from jail and teaches them to play with knives and fire, sparking a...

64-Mile Bike ‘Superhighway’ Will Connect Fort Worth To Dallas

Dallas and Fort Worth may not be in the bottom of lists for cycling-friendly cities for long. On Thursday, transportation planners took a $7 million...
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Dallas Mosque Feeds the Hungry on a ‘Day of Dignity’

Through its Beacon of Light community center, a mosque in southeast Dallas serves more than 15,000 free meals per year, mostly to non-Muslims. On...
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Dallas Cowboy Football Star Battles Domestic Violence

Jason Witten, the Cowboy tight end superstar, is seeking to break the cycle of family violence by encouraging male mentors to volunteer in domestic...
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Dallas Festival-goers Challenged to do 100 Kind Deeds in 100 Minutes

Well over 200,000 people attending the Dallas Fort-Worth area Arts and Jazz Festival this weekend may be in for a 'kindness surprise.' Taking a page...
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Summer Vacation for Kids Includes Helping Neediest Communities in Dallas

As most teenagers spent their summer break at the beach, pool or working at summer jobs, some 240 junior high and high school-age kids...
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Dallas Accelerating Production of Trash to Gas

"City officials in Dallas plan to have the state's first landfill that captures methane gas for conversion into natural gas to be used in...

Ex-Teammate Donates Kidney to Dallas Cowboy

Two NFL football players became the first U.S. professional athletes involved in an organ donation between teammates. Ron Springs calls it "brotherly love" when...

Good News in History, January 14

On this day 380 years ago, colonists residing in the Connecticut River towns (including Hartford), adopted what some consider to be the first written constitution...

Major League Baseball Pitcher Donates $9.4 Million Estate So It Can Bring Joy to Special Needs Kids

The World Series MVP's donation includes 100 acres of land and a 32,000-square-foot lakeside mansion.

Good News in History, January 3

On this day 80 years ago, The March of Dimes charity to fight polio was started by President Franklin Roosevelt, who was afflicted with the disease himself. After funding Jonas Salk's polio vaccine, the group, whose genius was in collecting small contributions of spare change, went on to spend $233 million on polio patient care, Today, they still improve the health of mothers and babies by preventing birth defects and premature birth. To honor the achievement, Roosevelt’s image was imprinted on the U.S. dime. (1938)

Bus Driver Saves Money From Every Paycheck to Buy Christmas Presents for All 70 of His Students

This compassionate elementary school bus driver made sure that every single one of his young students got what they wanted for Christmas.

New Peanut Allergy Drug Shows Life-Saving Potential – and It Could Be Available as Soon as 2019

In what is being hailed as a historic new breakthrough in allergy treatment, this new study shows the “life-saving” efficacy of a peanut allergy drug.

‘City of the Future’ is First Solar-Powered Town in America – and It Was Created by a Former NFL Player

It’s being hailed as the city of the future. Babcock Ranch is a town in Florida that is being hailed as America's first ever city...