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Chris Bentley and Carlos Miller, Florida natives, began a non-profit called, "Live Fresh Palm Beach County." Bentley and Miller converted a 29.5-foot trailer into an air-conditioned mobile shower and personal hygiene facility. The trailer has a total of six private wash rooms, and makes three weekly stops in the Palm Beach area.

Bennett said she's tried hard to convince her son that the baby on the package is not him, but he's not having it. He even cuddles with it at night, she told Buzzfeed.

Chauncy Jones Black received $100,000 in donations after offering to help a shopper carry his grocery bags in exchange for doughnuts.

The Okmulgee High School senior suffers from cerebral palsy and is wheelchair-bound, but months ago, he made the decision that he wanted to walk across the stage to accept his diploma.

Four brothers are now able to grow up together after two neighbors made the decision to adopt the boys to avoid splitting them apart.

Google announced the release of free internet for residents in the West Bluff neighborhood of Kansas City - the first area wired for Google Fiber.

NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal paid a visit to Gainesville, Florida after video of a police officer playing basketball with a group of teens went viral.

A choir comprised of men from Atlanta's Central Night Shelter are making their way to the nation's capital in December to perform at the White House Open House Holiday Celebration.