A 24-year-old woman with heart failure who has been denied a third transplant is asking for help in completing a bucket list as her family prepares for the worst.
Two Polk County students have paid tribute to the victims of the Sept. 11 terror attacks by walking up over 100 flights of stairs in their memory.
The young University of Tennessee fan that was bullied last week for a homemade shirt he wore to his school’s collegiate day was shown an outpouring of support that has since inspired the university to make his design into an official piece of apparel.
A heartwarming moment went viral on social media when a high school freshman’s older sister tweeted out a call to action hoping to make her younger brother feel more welcomed — which is when a group of upperclassmen stepped in.
As Hurricane Dorian loomed closer to Florida's east coast, some Publix cake decorators decided to lighten the mood with hurricane-themed cakes — and the responses are mixed.
"Brother of the year" award goes to a very creative teen in Louisiana dubbed ‘Bus Stop Brother.’
Patrick Patterson, also known as Mr. Fatherhood, talks about the new surge or movement involving dads.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and that’s especially the case for one family whose photo of their three sons on an outing went viral after the youngest was shown with a fish stuck in his mouth.
A violent brawl broke out between guests at the "happiest place on earth" over the weekend, and it was all caught on camera.
Good Day Charlotte's Jason Harper and Page Fehling talks with Ginny and Scott Jenkins, who went viral after putting on the right moves at a Myer Parks High School assembly.
The "cone weed," the viral sensation responsible for inspiring others to raise thousands for charity, is back after it was removed by road crews.
Providence Day Coach, Braxton Winston, became a viral sensation last year when a video of him confronting a CMPD officer was posted to the web. Now one year later, he has been elected to Charlotte City Council. Good Day Anchor, Jason Harper, sits down with Mr. Winston to discuss what he's seen in Charlotte in the year since the riots and what he still thinks needs to change.
Video of a woman confronting a man in Mount Holly about a Nazi flag that was seen flying outside his home has gone viral.
Abby Kingston's family has passed down a wedding dress for 120 years. Now, she's the eleventh person to wear the dress, but she's giving it a new look before she walks down the aisle. She tells Page Crawford about her viral story on Good Day Charlotte.