The Waseca police officer who was shot in the head in the line of duty is returning to his home in Minnesota where he will continue to recover. Organizers are asking people to line the streets in his hometown to show their support and welcome this hero home.
On August 27th, Superior police officer Christopher Woolery responded to a call about a man that appeared to be ready to jump of the Blatnik Bridge. The man did in fact fling himself over the side of the bridge and officer Woolery without hesitation dove for the man and caught him by his clothing...
Marine Cpl. Mark Litynksi served two tours in Afghanistan for his country. During his second tour, he volunteered to take point on foot patrol. Sadly, he stepped on an IED that day, losing both legs, and his left arm. He also suffered a broken pelvis. After two months, he was already up and walking on his first set of prosthetics. Now Cpl. Litynksi will have a custom Smart Home built for him
Earlier this week an EF4 tornado ripped throw Pilger, Nebraska. Gene Willers, a Midwest Bank President rushed his staff of eight into the bank vault to take shelter, but there was a problem. Someone would have to remain outside to lock it. Gene took that responsibility himself.
Action Movie Kid is the newest sensation, and has gone viral. The kid is filmed in different situations and the clips were put into one movie, his Dad works at Dreamworks and adds special effects to home video. It's really something to watch, because they look real.
A bizarre story comes from New York, where a bus driver was able to save the life of a 7 year old girl who fell from a 3 story window. She was dancing and jumping on a window air conditioning unit when she inevitably fell. The bus driver was able to catch her. Sources say she was a child with special needs.
When Jim Hopkins realized his house was engulfed in a serious blaze early one morning, he instinctively jumped out of his second story window.
But when the 81-year old Sibly, MO man hit the ground, he realized he had two big problems. First, he had broken his leg in the fall. And, more importantly, his wife was still in the home.
A social worker in a group home for the disabled almost lost his life trying to save residents when a tornado decimated much of Joplin, Missouri this spring. Now, his company’s insurance provider is denying him workman’s compensation.