A Little Positivity

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

Since 2010, every single Urban Prep graduate has been accepted to a four-year college or university.

With some quick thinking, the officers helped deliver a healthy baby right inside the vehicle. A thankful mom and dad named the baby boy Messiah Tindley.

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

Tontrevion Campbell and his mother were victims of a burglary over Thanksgiving weekend. While the family attended church on Sunday, many of the mother's items were taken, in addition to Tontrevion's hand-me-down Xbox console and every game he owned.

While dancing may not be answer in all cases, we wish more officers would make efforts to defuse situations instead of drawing their weapons or escalating tensions.

LeBron James has introduced a program that will help parents obtain their General Education Development degree (GED) for free.

About 100 Black men gathered at a Hartford, Conn. school to dole out high fives to students on their first day of school.

Ready to hear some good stories? This summer was filled with moments that touched our hearts – whether they involved celebrities or everyday people going…

https://instagram.com/p/6vtpwTIg8m/ A 25-year-old Black woman is making history by becoming the youngest judge in the history of Easley, South Carolina. According to ForHarriet.com, Jasmine Twitty — a graduate of the College of Charleston — has long been recognized for her dedication to developing young people into professionals. Now, the young woman is solidifying her place […]

Tyrese Gibson has offered to pay a young man's Morehouse College tuition; an act that was graciously accepted by 21-year-old Lorenzo Murphy

A Barber took part in Dubuque's Back to School Bash in Comiskey Park on Saturday to give free haircuts to children who read books to him