There’s no resting on laurels or slowing down for Oakland Technical High School graduate and this year’s valedictorian, Ahmed Muhammad, as the teen has spent his summer dedicated to his mission to give back to the community he loves.
T.J. and Stephanie Norman thought they were only having one child until they went in for an eight-week ultrasound. It was then that they knew they needed a bigger stroller.
As an Alameda County firefighter-paramedic for Alameda County Fire, Eddie Pastora has saved people's lives countless times. But his heroic efforts last Thursday were unlike any he's faced before.
Newborns in Missouri wore Olympic-themed outfits hand-knitted by the nurse on staff in a mini opening ceremony.
An airplane-loving 6-year-old was delighted by the Southwest Airlines birthday party his mom put together.
Martha Mae Ophelia Moon Tucker finally got the chance to wear a wedding dress nearly 70 years after getting married.
After 24 years of searching for their kidnapped son, a Chinese family was reunited with their abducted son.
After meeting Wonder Woman, young Hailey Radtke would tell nurses that she was Wonder Woman too. Her family thinks the superhero motivation helped the little girl successfully battle through chemo.
She thought she was stopping at a gas station for a potty break, turns out she gave birth instead.
A Northern California woman, who began a journey to find the woman who gave her up for adoption almost 48 years ago, is shocked to learn that she has an identical twin, so a new journey begins to locate the sister she lost at birth.
Richard Weisgal said it all began last Friday at a 24 Hour Fitness in downtown Walnut Creek. Weisgal had finished his workout and went to his locker and saw that someone had broken the lock.
Getting to 110 years old had nothing to do with luck, Bonita Gibson said this weekend. Two pandemics, two world wars, and a whole lot in between wasn't enough to keep this Canton resident going.
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary on Wednesday.
Nearly eight decades later, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter are still together in the same tiny town where they were born, grew up and had that first outing.
Anna Harp, Abrielle Clausing tell Fox News they got tattoos of their father’s last words to remember his positive outlook on life
"My house almost went down to Disney music," the father told FOX 35 News.
The 4 ½ month-old cutie now takes the honorary role as Gerber's Chief Growing Officer for the year.
Eliot Middleton is an auto mechanic who started a foundation where he receives used cars, repairs them and gives them to families without transportation.
“I wish she were here today. Not just because we all miss her. But so that she could see the impact she has made, almost six months later she is still changing lives.”
A kitten rescued recently from a freeway overpass near San Francisco International Airport is now up for adoption.