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Max is Back Home

A family is celebrating after being reunited with their dog, Max, two years after he went missing. Yesenia Madrigal and Richard Figueroa said their pup, Max escaped from their El Paso home through an open gate in 2019. The couple said they never gave up hope for finding Max, so they updated their information in American Kennel Club© before they moved from Texas to Nebraska.

An Angel to Kids for 11 Years

Charlie Borowczak of Dallas used his own money to adopt two kids from the Salvation Army angel tree when he was six. He’s still at it 11 years and 1,100 kids later. (photo credit:

A Lesson in Compassion

After 7-year-old girl in Mesquite left her favorite doll on a fallen police officer's memorial, the community stepped in to get her a new one. On Saturday, Jayda Cobb went shopping at the "American Girl Doll Store" to pick out her favorite doll. (photo credit: FOX4 News)

Atlanta Sisters Raise Thousands

Atlanta Sisters Raise Thousands To Gift Refugee Children With School Supplies. August 11, 2021. Two sisters have made it their mission to help local refugee families who are unable to afford backpacks and school supplies as students begin the new school year.

Congrats Tauren Wells

Congratulations to KLTY artist, Tauren Wells! His wife just gave birth to their fourth baby. It’s a boy! They named him Banner Paul Wells. What a cutie! ~ Starlene Stringer

Contagious Smile

This adorable 2-year-old with Down syndrome, Eleanor Manton, has become an Instagram star. You have to see the modeling campaign she stars in. Her smile is contagious! ~ Starlene Stringer

Father Saves Daughter

Dad to the rescue! When Andrew Grande saw an alligator heading towards his 4-year-old girl, he became the big time hero his little girl always knew he was! Starlene Stringer

Woman With A Heart Of Gold

It seemed that life was finally giving her a break. A single mom down to her last $7 found a $1 bill in a grocery store parking lot. So she walked back into the store, bought a lottery ticket, and won $100…

Madelyn Can Run Freely Again

Madelyn underwent knee replacement surgery, she's also Maryrose's niece, "She’s autistic and was never able to run without her knees popping out until she was 18... she’s 19 now and can finally run freely again!"

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