Chad Pfeifer, a retired United States Army Corporal, had his left leg amputated above the knee in 2007 after an explosion hit his patrol vehicle. He was serving in Iraq at the time. On Thursday, Pfei
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More than 10 years ago, a young Indonesian boy named Martunis lost his mother and two siblings in a devastating Indian Ocean tsunami. The Dec. 26, 2004, earthquake that triggered the tsunami killed r
A group of middle school students from Kenosha, Wisc. walked off the court during a game this week to confront several bullies who were poking fun at a member of their cheerleading squad.
Lauren Hill, a freshman basketball player at Mount St. Joseph, made her collegiate debut on Sunday. Hill has an inoperable brain tumor. She lives every day fully understanding the harsh reality of he
Iliana Delgado is one of 27 girls on the Downey High School (Calif.) junior varsity cheerleading squad. Unlike the other 26, Delgado can’t hear the fans that she is encouraging to cheer.
The most important touchdown in a recent high school game between Rhinelander (Wisc.) High and rival Mosinee was scored by an 8-year-old. Gabe White, a young boy with Down Syndrome who is Rhinelander
Former NFL linebacker Terry Tautolo had a lot of success early in life. After winning a Rose Bowl with UCLA in 1976, Tautolo was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers. He won a Super Bowl with the Niner
If you pay attention to the NFL 365 days a year, you will probably hear the phrase “football is a business” anywhere between 50 to 10,000 times. Teams are constantly making cold-hearted d
Craig Sager Jr. sure represents a lot of what being a great American is all about.
On July 4, Sager Jr. ran in the AJC Peachtree Road Race — a 10K race — less than a day after donating 1.
Brandon Belt hit one of the most important home runs of his career on Friday night. Believe it or not, the San Francisco Giants first baseman’s blast to right field came during a rehab assignmen