A widow's plight moved a Utah police officer to put together a little miracle.
These Notre Dame students gave their beloved dining hall worker a sweet surprise on her 70th birthday originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.comA dining hall worker was moved to tears after a group of students threw her a surprise 70th birthday party.Pam Jobin of Mishawaka, Indiana, walked into Notre Dame's dining hall on Nov. 11 to a crowd of young residents from O'Neill Family Hall singing "Happy Birthday."The guys even brought in Jobin's daughter and granddaughter to be part of the special day."It was beyond words," Jobin told "Good Morning America. ...
The day after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, then-46-year-old Carolyn Blashek tried to enlist in the military. "I just thought, 'We’re at war,'" Blashek recalled, telling ABC Radio she was thinking about her teenagers at the time.
One hockey fan's homemade sign ultimately saved her life after she used it to ask strangers for a kidney donation. Kelly Sowatsky, 31, was desperately in need of a kidney. "I thought this was my last chance to get the attention of somebody in a really big way," Sowatsky told "Good Morning America" on Tuesday.
BOSILEGRAD, Serbia (AP) — As a little girl in a wheelchair in Iran, Mahana Jami used to watch children playing on a slide and wonder why she couldn't do the same. She made a promise to herself — to always dream big and never let her disability stand in the way.
A public transit worker in Milwaukee has been recognized for being an example this holiday season of Thanksgiving, after she was captured on bus surveillance helping a regular passenger who'd recently fallen on hard times. Natalie Barnes was driving a public transit bus on a chilly Oct. 13 evening when a rider with whom she was familiar named Richard boarded, according to the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS).
“Kinsley is the biggest daddy’s girl and needs him to be here as often as he can, so she would be so thankful for any donated days so she can spend time with her Daddy," the post reads.
A pair of plasma donation centers is headed to the Orlando area with dozens of new jobs. Bannockburn, Illinois-based BioLife Plasma Services LP, a subsidiary of Japanese drug company Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., will open its first Orlando location March 23 at 867 Good Homes Road in Orlando. "As the demand for plasma-derived therapies increases, BioLife is expanding throughout the United States to help meet that demand," Melissa Richter, a U.S. field marketing representative for BioLife Plasma Services, told Orlando Business Journal.
The comic also talked to Seth Meyers about her 'tough' pregnancy, which she said has been 'such a bummer.'