The pandemic isn't getting in the way of a Sauk Rapids couple celebrating their 75th wedding anniversary.
A grandma in Scotland celebrated being out of the house after months in quarantine by riding on her mobility scooter at a skate park.
A husband set up a "date" night with his expectant wife through a hospital window as she isolates during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vana Ebrahimi graduated from law school and her brother graduated from medical school in 2020.
A two-faced kitten named Biscuits and Gravy passed away after living for nearly four days.
With traditional graduation ceremonies canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Brainerd International Raceway opened up its track to the Class of 2020 for a special sendoff.
In a musical tribute to the graduating seniors, Chisago Lakes High School band director Joe DeLisi played 24 different parts to “Pomp and Circumstance.”
Tom Moore, who is lauded for raising millions for the NHS in the U.K., will be knighted for his selfless service.
The therapy horse peeked through bedroom windows and nuzzled masked residents outside in the courtyard.
Chelsea, who said she was bullied in school, turned to art when she lost her swim coach to gun violence a few years ago.
For anyone, getting released from the hospital is cause for celebration, but when you are recovering from COVID-19, it can feel like a medical miracle.
The pandemic has forced many families on the brink to choose whether they pay the rent or put food on the table.
Speaking from what looks to be a makeshift cardboard news station, Freya Beggs delivered the advice in a video.
In a courtyard at Woodbury Senior Living, the sound of music fills the air, but this impromptu performance is more than just a mini-concert.
Sunday night, FOX 9 and MPR hosted a night of entertainment for a great cause. Over the course of the night, "Shine On MN," raised more than $90,000 with more than 1,000 Minnesotans donating to help local artists, food banks, and kitchens.
Once a week, Nick Ryan stops by Marlene Simonson’s house to drop off groceries at her front door. Even though they live about a mile apart, the two had never met before the COVID-19 pandemic.
A seven-year-old English girl celebrated the end of her leukemia treatments with her family in quarantine on May 4, ringing an ‘End of Treatment’ bell in her home – instead of at the hospital – to mark the occasion.
When COVID-19 took away prom, the Down Syndrome Association made a switch to turn the dance into a virtual event.
Over the past few weeks, homemade signs have popped up all over New Prague. They offer support amidst the COVID-19 crisis but the real purpose hopes to help keep local businesses afloat.
A western Wisconsin community is coming together to honor its high school seniors amid the coronavirus pandemic.